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Force Placed Insurance

What Is Force-Placed Insurance Coverage – Why You Should Avoid It

The vast majority of home buyers use some type of mortgage loan to pay for their home. If you are one of them, then...
Refinancing Mortgage Retirement Options

Refinancing Your Mortgage Close to Retirement – Options & Cost

Record-low mortgage rates have been generating an avalanche of refinance applications, but if you're age 55 or older, you need to seriously consider refinancing in...
Mortage Interest Rate Matters

Tips to Get Approved for a Mortgage & Qualify for a...

A 2017 Experian survey found that younger people - millennials, broadly defined - are opting out of homeownership at alarming rates. More than one-third...
Use Cmps Home Mortgage Loan

How to Use a CMPS to Get a Better Home Mortgage...

Prospective homeowners today have many options when it comes to getting a home loan. Banks, credit unions, mortgage brokers, and many financial planners now...
Walk Away Home Mortgage

Should You Walk Away From Your Home Mortgage?

In the midst of the current housing market crisis, there are a percentage of people out there who have simply decided to walk away...
Home Equity Loan Vs Heloc

Home Equity Loan vs. Line of Credit (HELOC) – Which Is...

You have several options to pull equity from your home, the two most common being home equity loans (second mortgages) and home equity lines of credit (HELOCs). Like any other debt, each of these come with their own risks and advantages. Here’s what you need to know about home equity loans and HELOCs before signing on the dotted line for additional debt.