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Feb
15
2017
Borrowing Against 401(k) to Purchase a Home: Financial “Do”, or “Don’t”?
   Many first time homebuyers are ready to take on the expense and responsibility of homeownership but lack the significant down payment that is generally required as part of a mortgage loan, or that is required in order to avoid the additional purchase of private...
Feb
09
2017
How to Calculate Your Debt-to-Income Ratio
How Much Home Can You Afford?  When you apply for a mortgage, your prospective lender will check several factors, including calculating your debt-to-income ratio in order to determine the amount of mortgage to extend to you. You can get a jump start on the home buying process by...
Feb
01
2017
USDA Loans: The No Down Payment Loan Program That May Work for You!
Are you hoping to buy a home in 2017 but worried about the down payment? Looking to live outside of a big city – whether that be in a small city, town or out in the country with plenty of space? Many Americans can afford the monthly mortgage payment on a home for their family, but have...
Jan
18
2017
Will I Qualify for a Mortgage on Part-Time Income Alone?
I only work part time but want to buy a home – will I qualify for a mortgage on part time income alone? In today’s economy, many people make their income by working one or more part-time jobs versus a traditional full-time 9-5 job. While there are some assumptions made that...
Dec
28
2016
Can You Use Your VA Entitlement While On Active Duty?
VA mortgage loans are loans which are offered by the US Department of Veterans Affairs and backed by the United States federal government. They offer an array of benefits and mortgage options to veterans, active duty service members and a select group of other individuals connected to...
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