Others are saving college tuition for children, for their own retirement, or untold other worthy financial goals. One that is often over looked is accelerating the payoff of their number one asset
Buying a no closing cost mortgage isn’t necessarily a bad thing – as long as you understand how you’ll be paying those costs. To start with, a no closing cost mortgage doesn’t mean you won’t pay the costs associated with taking out the loan. When you take out a mortgage, there are costs that need to be paid
A just released survey of 200 mortgage lending professionals found the vast majority of lenders (94 percent, up from 62 percent last year) expect an increase in mortgage purchase production.
Even though a mortgage payment is more affordable than a rent payment on a monthly basis, renters say they can’t buy a home due to the pricey down payment.
When you secure a mortgage for a new home or for one that you already own in order to make improvements or to cover an emergency, you might think that you can afford the rate that is offered. After a few years of paying the same rate,
Nationally, families can expect to spend $447 extra a month moving to a three-bedroom home from one with two bedrooms, according to Zillow’s Cost of Moving Up Analysis
It looks as if the Federal Reserve is finally going to do something about raising short term interest rates
As of January 1, 2018 consumer loan companies originating and servicing residential mortgage loans and non-residential loans in Washington will need to comply with new surety bond requirements.
The 30-year fixed mortgage rate on Zillow Mortgages is currently 4.10 percent, up 13 percentage points from this time last week.