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Mortgage Crisis

Mortgage Refinancing – Five Common Mistakes

The mortgage industry is undergoing the worst crisis lenders have ever faced; if you’re considering refinancing your mortgage it’s more important than ever do your homework and choose an honest lender. Here five common mortgage refinancing mistakes you need to avoid in order avoiding paying too much for your next loan. Mistake Number One: Going […]

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Mortgage Crisis Update

You’ve probably been hearing about the credit crisis in the mortgage industry recently and a number of people have been asking me what’s really happening. While it’s true the meltdown of the sub-prime or bad credit mortgage industry is affecting conventional mortgage lenders, the impact is not as bad as the gloom and doom you’re […]

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The Sky Is Not Falling…Yet

Unless you’ve been living under a rock you’ve probably heard about the recent credit crisis in the United States. Spurned by the collapse of the sub-prime or bad credit mortgage industry, and depending on which news channel you’ve been watching, you might have heard that there is no money for mortgage loans, that credit card […]

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How to Find the Perfect Loan When Refinancing Your Mortgage

If you’re in a pinch to find a new mortgage you can save yourself many future headaches and thousands of dollars by doing your homework and researching loan offers. Many homeowners with Adjustable Rate Mortgages are feeling the pinch as lenders raise their payments in line with current interest rates. If you used one of […]

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Mortgage Crisis Catches Homeowners Off Guard

You may have seen in the news that the stock market has taken a plunge due to a report showing that the number of homeowners falling behind on their payments has skyrocketed. The homeowners this report is referring to are those with “Sub-Prime” loans, mortgage loans made to homeowners with poor credit that could not […]

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