Wikipedia defines mortgage as: "While a mortgage in itself is not a debt, it is the lender's security for a debt." However it is considered good debt for consumers. When handled correctly, it can be and usually is your livelihood.


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Refinancing Your House: Is it a Help or Hindrance in the Long Run?

Thursday, July 30, 2015, AM | Leave Comment

According to CNN Money, millions of homeowners in America are paying far too much for their mortgage and would be better off if they refinanced. For the average person, trying to decide if right now is the best time to refinance your mortgage can be a confusing decision. You want to cut your bills, but … Continue Reading »



Tips for Paying Off a Mortgage in Less Than Five Years

Wednesday, July 29, 2015, AM | Leave Comment

The biggest monthly bill most people will have to make out each month is related to housing. Whether renting or buying, this expense will be several hundred to several thousand dollars each month. Imagine not having this bill, and the impact it would make on the average family’s budget. Most people will take out a … Continue Reading »



6 Home Mortgage Tips for the First-Time Buyer

Monday, July 27, 2015, AM | Leave Comment

Shopping for a home can be a long and taxing experience. By paying heed to the following six tips, the average first-time buyer can save significant amounts of money, time and distress throughout the entire home buying process. Beware of Online Scams Today, the Internet is replete with fraudulent “lowest mortgage rate” offers. The perpetrators … Continue Reading »



First timers guide to buying a house cheap and selling it for a killing

Friday, January 16, 2015, AM | Leave Comment

For a first timer, buying a house can be intimidating especially when you realize that it can be a big commitment on your finances and your time. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be. Learn from other people’s experiences and leverage on the skills you have and the resources around you and … Continue Reading »



Five Financial Tips to Afford Your First House

Saturday, December 6, 2014, AM | 1 Comment

Buying a home is an excellent way to build financial stability if you can afford the mortgage payments, taxes, and other costs that make owning a home more expensive than renting. The following can help you break the cycle of renting, without breaking your bank account. Meet with a Mortgage Lender Before Looking at Houses Often you … Continue Reading »



Want a Better Interest Rate? 5 Things To Remember When Refinancing Your Home

Wednesday, May 28, 2014, PM | 1 Comment

Many homeowners do not realize the difference between a good rate and a great rate over the long run. Most homeowners settle for the interest rate offered by the lender, provided the new monthly payment appears to be an attractive one. However, a slight change in the interest could save you thousands of dollars over … Continue Reading »



The Grown-Up Guide to Mortgages: Essentials to Know Before Getting Started

Saturday, May 24, 2014, PM | Leave Comment

Buying your first home is a big step, and it requires a lot of research and learning throughout the process. If you’ve never dealt with getting your finances in order when buying real estate, you have a lot to learn. Buying your first home might seem like a right of passage into adulthood, but you … Continue Reading »



Mortgage Slump Hits Home Decor Industry

Wednesday, May 21, 2014, PM | 2 Comments

A few decades ago, buying a home was a dream for many people as only some people had enough cash to buy a large house. Today, buyers are provided with a bank loan that is specifically designed to buy home, and is known by the term mortgage. The bank or lenders give large amount of … Continue Reading »



Home Buying Tips for Self Employed Workers

Wednesday, May 7, 2014, AM | Leave Comment

Many perspective home owners who are currently looking to obtain a mortgage loan sometimes find that the process can be a rather large headache. For those who are self-employed, getting a mortgage can be even more of an issue. Today’s mortgage standards are stricter than in the past, and the need more documentation showing that … Continue Reading »



5 Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make When it Comes to Financing Your Home

Tuesday, April 22, 2014, AM | 1 Comment

Whether you have plans to purchase a new home or to refinance your existing mortgage, you understandably want to set up the right financing to achieve your goals. However, there are some common pitfalls that many loan applicants stumble upon, and these can ultimately result in financial loss or other challenges. By understanding what these … Continue Reading »



5 Ways to Save Money on Your Mortgage

Friday, March 21, 2014, AM | 3 Comments

With the housing market the way it is, more and more home owners are looking for ways they can save money on their mortgages. Although home ownership is costly, being able to save money is rather easy if done right. Many home owners want to save money on their mortgages, and are unsure about how … Continue Reading »



4 Steps to Lowering Your Mortgage Rate

Monday, March 17, 2014, AM | Leave Comment

If you are like many people in the area, you might be struggling to pay your mortgage. This certainly isn’t uncommon, and many homeowners will face this problem at some point in their lives. Fortunately, there are some things that you can do in order to lower your payment. In fact, here are four steps … Continue Reading »



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