Mortgage

  1. Top 6 Mortgage Mistakes

    These common errors could end in foreclosure.
  2. 3 Reasons Why Jumbo Mortgages Are for High Earners

    Find out what a jumbo mortgage is, and learn the primary reasons why jumbo mortgages ...
  3. Is Your Mortgage Robbing Your Retirement?

    If you picked the mortgage with the lowest possible monthly payment, you may be blowing ...
  4. Bank of America Mortgage Reviews: What You Need ...

    Learn about Bank of America, the mortgage products it offers, the rates it provides ...
  5. CDOs and the Mortgage Market

    These structured products contribute to keeping borrowing rates low.
  6. NVR Mortgage Reviews: What You Need to Know (NVR)

    Explore NVR Mortgage, and learn why a combination lender-builder mortgage company ...
  1. Bank of America Mortgage Reviews: What You Need ...

    Learn about Bank of America, the mortgage products it offers, the rates it provides ...
  2. Wells Fargo 3% Down Payment Mortgage (WFC)

    Wells Fargo has a new mortgage product—a 3% down payment mortgage called yourFirstMortgage.
  3. NVR Mortgage Reviews: What You Need to Know (NVR)

    Explore NVR Mortgage, and learn why a combination lender-builder mortgage company ...
  4. Cash Call Mortgage Reviews: What You Need to ...

    Discover what you need to know about Orange County-based CashCall Mortgage and its ...
  5. SunTrust Mortgage Reviews: What You Need to Know ...

    Discover which mortgages SunTrust offers and how the average person obtaining a loan ...
  6. BB&T Mortgage Reviews: What You Need to Know ...

    Learn about the operations of BB&T Corporation. Discover what mortgage products and ...
  1. Homebuyers' Walkthrough

    Everything you need to know about purchasing a home.
  2. How To Buy Your First Home: A Step-By-Step Tutorial

    Find out everything you need to know to tackle this major purchase without fear. ...
  3. Mortgage Basics

    Learn how to navigate what may be your biggest and most important loan.
  1. What is an assumable mortgage?

    The purchase of a home is a very expensive undertaking and usually requires some form of financing to make the purchase possible. ...
  2. Why would a homebuyer need to take out PMI (private mortgage insurance)?

    Learn why some home buyers are required to take out private mortgage insurance (PMI), and how it affects the total monthly ...
  3. Why does the majority of my mortgage payment start out as interest and gradually ...

    When you make a mortgage payment, the amount paid is a combination of an interest charge and principal repayment. Over the ...
  4. I've come into a large amount of money. Should I invest it or pay off my mortgage?

    There is no simple answer to this question as it depends on a number of key factors, namely the aspects or criteria of your ...
  1. 5 Risky Mortgages to Avoid

    There are plenty of ways to end up with a bad mortgage. The risks of these five should ...
  2. 6 Questions To Ask Before Refinancing Your Mortgage

    Refinancing can improve your short-term cash flow while also increasing your long-term ...
  3. 5 Real Estate Fears That Keep You From Buying

    Don't let these concerns stop you from owning your own home. Learn how to overcome ...
  4. 5 Steps To Attaining A Mortgage

    If you're serious about buying a home, cleaning up your credit should be the first ...
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