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5 Reasons to Consider Refinancing Investment Properties

5 Reasons to Consider Refinancing Your Investment Properties Interest rates are at an all time low. While refinancing is often looked at as something to avoid, this may be great for owners of investment properties. Taking advantage of the comeback of the housing…

How to Determine Your Home Loan Eligibility

Buying a home is exciting, but important factors could be the barrier between walking into your new home and signing another lease on your apartment. A home loan is a perfect example. When mortgage lenders determine your home loan eligibility,…

Understanding Your Credit Scores

Taking the Mystery Out of Credit Scores Credit scores play an important role in today’s lending environment. Credit scores can be complicated to understand and can be a mystery to most people. With access to a variety of new resources,…

Understanding IRRRL Refinancing For Veterans

Every homeowner would love simple financing options for their home. Every reputable mortgage broker would equally love to assist their clients ( i.e. homeowners) too with the burden of purchasing a house or at least favorably refinancing one. Veterans Affairs…

Service Members and VA Interest Rate Reduction Loans (IRRL)

If you are someone looking for mortgage options, there are a variety you can choose from, depending on your profession. USDA loans, FHA, and many others exist to provide options to those who need it. This includes veterans who have…

How to Cancel Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI)

How to Cancel Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) on Conventional Loans  To cancel Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) that you pay on your Conventional mortgage loan, you must be up to date with your monthly payments. And you have to reach the date…

What’s the Difference Between Interest Rate and APR?

Many home buyers have heard both terms, yet few are aware that Kansas City mortgage rates and APR correspond to two different home loan costs. Understanding the difference between interest rate and APR, or annual percentage rate saves home buyers…

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