The VA Cast Out Refinance allows a Veteran to go up to 90% of your home's appraised value with no private mortgage insurance. There is literally no other product on the market place that will allow a homeowner to do such a thing.
Rent payments are not typically reported to the credit bureaus automatically. You need to take a few steps to make it happen.
Most people begin to explore the possibility of refinancing when mortgage rates start to fall. You may also decide to refinance if your income or credit score changes.
VA loan privileges come with a few caveats. Communicate changes or special needs to stay in compliance with the occupancy certification.
Being asked to be a co-signer is both an honor and a potential concern. Figuring out whether it is safe to co-sign a mortgage loan is easier when you ask yourself these questions.
Using your military status and experience to get the best interest rates on a home loan already puts you one step ahead. Making plans to pay off the loan early is another smart move.
There is no doubt that we are currently living in the golden age of technology. New software and electronic devices have made it possible to automate many aspects of our lives and home maintenance plans.
Moves are known for being stressful, but yours doesn’t have to be too challenging. Over the years, we’ve watched and learned from the experiences of countless numbers of homebuyers.
Choosing the right time to buy a house helps you maximize the returns on your purchase. Many people also find that timing is everything for finding a house that is in their preferred neighborhood, or that meets other needs.
The year 2020 is looking up for active duty service members and veterans ready to buy a home.
New changes to the VA loan program include benefits that help people overcome increases in housing prices.