Many real estate professionals, lenders, and tax payers fear that the proposed income tax plans could drastically affect the housing market in a negative way. These fears include more Americans choosing to rent instead of own, interest rates going up, and owners ... Read More
TRID changes mortgage disclosures along with the process of disclosing, documenting, and closing a mortgage loan and everyone needs to know the new rules. If you are a Real Estate Professional, hopefully by now you are very familiar with the new regulation rules c... Read More
What Realtors, attorneys, buyers, & sellers need to know about how TRID will change a purchase closing For most real estate professionals, TRID is the least understood big regulation in history probably and it starts October 3, 2015! Can a lender, settlement a... Read More
What Realtors, attorneys, buyers, & sellers need to know about how TRID will change a purchase closing TRID: Get familiar with the new forms taking the place of current ones (No more HUD, GFE, TIL, & others) and the totally new process. Make sure that you... Read More
What Realtors, attorneys, buyers, & sellers need to know about how TRID will change a purchase closing Whether everyone likes it or not, the TILA RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule or TRID, is going to happen on October 1, 2015. TRID which is mandated as part of ... Read More
FHA Flipping Rules Explained There are two main categories of real estate investors. The first is a long term hold strategy. Secondly, there is flip which is a short term sell for profit strategy. A property flip is when investors purchase a home, renovate it,... Read More
Abandoned UST Issues Explained UST sounds like a disease, doesn’t it? Although, it can cause major issues on a purchase. Therefore if a buyer uses a VA or USDA loan and the property has an abandoned UST, read closely. Usually, the appraisal or the purcha... Read More
Lenders cannot discriminate based on a borrowers age. A retired even at an advanced age can get a 30 year term We are surprised when we occasionally hear someone say something like “Well I am 65 years old, so I can only get a 10 or 15 year mortgage, right?... Read More
Social Security disability income protects individuals no longer able to work at the same prior level. In the past lenders had difficulty in meeting a mortgage loan approval. This requirement included proof that the income “should” continue for at lea... Read More
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- 2018 FHA Loan Limits Increases Homeownership Opportunities for BuyersDecember 8, 2017 - 11:37 am
After the recent announcement of the conforming loan limits increase, FHA has now announced their own increase. Housing prices have continued to climb which is a good thing to owners, but can be a struggle for home buyers. As a buyer sits on the sidelines as a renter or living with family, prices are rising. […]
- 6 Reasons to Get Your Certificate of Eligibility Before BuyingDecember 8, 2017 - 6:30 am
In order to get a VA loan, it is important to make sure that the Veteran is first eligible for VA. Often, we are able to get the VA Certificate of Eligibility for the Veteran within a couple minutes online. But, there are times that this information is not available online. Therefore a Veteran has a […]
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