Everything keeps on changing in the mortgage-verse (that’s a thing right?- like mortgage + universe = mortgageverse?). One major change that will effect our market is the recent/pending REDUCTION of the maximum allowed FHA mortgage loan amount. These loan amounts
Its happening again. Rates are tumbling and tumbling more. I read recently that avoiding closing costs in a declining rate environment is a wise approach and I completely agree. By avoiding closing costs two things happen: 1. The net benefit
***SPOILER ALERT*** I’m not an economist, or statistician. I’m a Portland area mortgage lender, and Portland area home owner, as well as a Portland area landlord. So I feel I’m writing this as an interested bystander with a ring side
A realtor colleague of mine was recently relating his shock to me about how often he is talking to renters who aren’t considering buying real estate because they are under the impression that a purchase requires a 20% down payment.
It’s that time of year again! Late October in Oregon. Time for all the non-Multnomah county residents to pat themselves on the back and temporarily feel superior, and bask in the glow of their money savings for a couple weeks.
Quick memo here about how the 2013 “partial Government shutdown” will affect those trying to get a mortgage right now. The short answer is – government shutdown = mortgage shutdown. I have a few clients who have their loan files
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