Willow II by Highland Homes
Willow II by Highland Homes
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Willow II by Highland Homes
Willow II by Highland Homes
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Tag: Shelter Mortgage

  1. Home Buying 101: Do’s and Don’ts After Applying for a Mortgage

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    Congratulations; you are purchasing a new home! Between the times you receive mortgage pre-approval and your new home closing, keeping your finances in order is an important task. Your mortgage pre-approval is based on many factors including your credit score, current debts, income and even household size for some loan types. Something that may seem Read more…

  2. The 5 Initial Steps to Homeownership

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    Shopping for a new home? What should you expect when applying for a residential mortgage? Understanding what to expect can make simplify the process.  Sometimes surprises just aren’t fun, especially when they involve last minute paperwork. To help you understand, we worked with our preferred lender, Shelter Mortgage to develop these 5 initial steps to Read more…

  3. Changes to FHA Insurance Premiums

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    Changes to FHA Insurance Premiums went into effective with FHA Case Numbers assigned on or after October 4, 2010.  Why? FHA loans are originated by residential lenders but insured against borrower default by the government.  In the past, when FHA loans were a small share of the market, its capital reserves for loan losses was Read more…

  4. What You Don’t Know About Your Credit Report Could Hurt You!

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    When you are applying to buy a new home, how does your potential mortgage lender know if you are a good risk? They need to determine your ability to repay your debt and make payments on time. In order to make this decision, your lender will look at your credit report. They will typically purchase Read more…

  5. How Low Can They Go?

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    No, I’m not talking about the limbo! Mortgage rates just keep falling. Experts have stated that rates may fall as low as 4.5% in the next few months versus climbing back up to 6% as once predicted. This is great new for home buyers because they could qualify for a slightly larger loan or even Read more…

  6. How Much Do You Know About Your Credit Score?

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    What’s Highland Homes up to now? Our company, located in Central Florida, is always looking for innovative ways to obtain more sales. Highland Homes is holding a seminar on credit repair to educate buyers on what they need to know about their credit report in order to buy a home. Bill Lavender, credit restoration specialist Read more…