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Mortgage Rates vs. Fed Announcements

Credit Card Guide, Credit Card News, Mortgage Rates, Refinance
File this one under “no correlation,” despite a flood of news articles claiming the Fed’s rate cut directly impacts mortgage rates. Today, the Fed cut the federal funds rate by half a percentage point to a range of 1-1.25% due to the uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus, this despite a strong U.S. economy. That sent mortgage [&hellip The post Mortgage Rates vs. Fed Announcements first appeared on The Truth About Mortgage.Source: thetruthaboutmortgage.com

An Alternative to Paying Mortgage Points

Credit Card News, Estate Planning, Mortgage Rates, Mortgage Tips, Refinance
If and when you take out a mortgage, you’ll be faced with an important choice. To pay or not pay mortgage points. In short, those who pay points should hypothetically secure a lower interest rate than those who do not pay points, all else being equal. That’s because mortgage points, at least the ones that [&hellip The post An Alternative to Paying Mortgage Points first appeared on The Truth About Mortgage.Source: thetruthaboutmortgage.com

What Is a No-Fee Mortgage?

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Witthaya Prasongsin/Getty ImagesWhen you apply for a mortgage or refinance an existing mortgage, you want to secure the lowest interest rate possible. Any opportunity a borrower can exploit to shave dollars off the cost is a big win. This explains the allure of no-fee mortgages. These home loans and their promise of doing away with pesky fees always sound appealing—a lack of lender fees or closing costs is sweet music to a borrower’s ears. However, they come with their own set of pros and cons. No-fee mortgages have experienced a renaissance given the current economic climate, according to Ralph DiBugnara, president of Home Qualified. “No-fee programs are popular among those looking to refinance … [and] first-time home buyers [have] also increased as far as interest...

I Was Denied an Auto Loan. Now What?

Auto Loans, Non QM Loans
You’re in the market for a new car but you’ve been denied an auto loan. Now what? Here’s what you need to know about why you may have been denied and what to do to make sure it doesn’t happen again. Why Do I Keep Getting Denied for Auto Loans? Unfortunately, there are many reasons a bank might reject your application for a car loan. If your loan application has recently been denied or you keep getting denied, it might be due to one of these common reasons: Application errors. Sometimes, the application could be rejected because of an error you made when filling it out. A missed section, some incorrect information, a missing form or another mistake can mean your loan is ultimately denied. Bad credit. Bad credit is a common reason for auto loan denial. A score below 670 is usually ...

How Long Does It Take To Buy A House?

Grand Prairie, Loans, Mortgage, Personal Finance
How long does it take to buy a house? The answer is: it depends. You can buy a house in a matter of weeks or it can take you anywhere from 4 to 6 months. The question is how ready are you? It can take a long time, and that’s just learning about various mortgage options or improving your credit score. So understanding the various factors involved in buying a house can give you an estimate of how long it will take you to buy the house Check out now: 5 Signs You Are Not Ready To Buy A House How long does it take to buy a house? A step-by-step guide. It can take a homebuyer a few weeks to several months to complete the home buying process. But when determining how long it will take you to buy a house, you first have to find out if you will be pre-approved for a mortgage. There is no se...

What Are the Best Car Loans When You Have Bad Credit?

Arlington, Debt
If you have bad credit and need a car loan, there are some challenges when compared to obtaining a standard car loan. However, pick your head up because there are a handful of great lenders that specifically tailor their programs to people with bad credit. We researched the landscape of lenders that can help you get a car loan even if you have a below-average credit score. Based on our study, OneMain Financial and LightStream are two of the top lenders offering bad credit card loans. This is due to factors including loan options, requirements to qualify, and interest rates offered. Of course, we offer in-depth reviews of all the top lenders who offer bad credit car loans further down in this piece. Apply now with our top pick: OneMain Financial In this guide we also help you understand the...

What Is a Streamline Refinance?

Credit Card News, Estate Planning, Mortgage Tips, Refinance
Mortgage Q&A: “What is a streamline refinance?” While qualifying for a mortgage refinance is generally a lot harder than it has been in the past (now that lenders actually care how your home loan performs), there are less cumbersome options available. In fact, many lenders offer “streamlined” alternatives to existing homeowners to lower costs and [&hellip The post What Is a Streamline Refinance? first appeared on The Truth About Mortgage.Source: thetruthaboutmortgage.com

Don’t Freak Out About the Recent Mortgage Rate ‘Spike’

Credit Card News, Mortgage News, Mortgage Rates, Refinance
Queue the panic. Mortgage rates have officially spiked and the media is all over it. Yep, the average rate on a 30-year fixed mortgage increased from 2.65% to 2.79% this week, per Freddie Mac’s weekly survey. Freddie Mac Chief Economist Sam Khater noted in the weekly news release that mortgage rates have been under pressure [&hellip The post Don’t Freak Out About the Recent Mortgage Rate ‘Spike’ first appeared on The Truth About Mortgage.Source: thetruthaboutmortgage.com

5 Steps for Getting a Car Loan

Auto Loans, Non QM Loans
This Article was Updated July 5, 2018 When you are looking to buy a vehicle, the first thing you should do is apply for a preapproved loan. The loan process can seem daunting, but it’s easier than you think and getting preapproval prior to going to the car dealer may help alleviate a lot of frustration along the way. Here are five steps for getting a car loan. Check Your CreditKnow Your BudgetDetermine How Much You Can AffordGet PreapprovedGo Shopping Looking to Refinance or Buy a New Car? Find the lowest rate when you compare rates from multiple lenders, even if your credit isn't perfect. Get Started Now Privacy Policy 1. Check Your Credit Before you shop for a loan, check your credit report. The better your credit, the cheaper it is to borrow money and secure auto financing. With a ...