Let’s be honest here: those ‘personal loans’ we keep hearing about get a nasty bad rep in the financial arena, for obvious reasons. Either you can’t ever get approved for one, or they get you into more trouble than you’re already in. So generally speaking, many frown on the American institution known as the personal loan. […]
Ever tried to build a fire and it got a little out of hand? Sure, you have. As we exit the heat of summer and prepare for the slowly coming Fall season, you can be sure to continue the quiet nights in front of the fire as the falling leaves grace your presence with peace and the warm colors of Autumn as we see the real estate market seem to make its gradual climb into prosperity, particularly for one aspect of the mortgage loan industry of 2015 –
Fannie Mae – Looks Like Things Are Looking Up for Mortgage Rates
In particular, it’s been reported that the mortgage delinquency rate saw a decline in July from 1.66% to 1.63%. And that’s not even the most impressive metric so far for this real estate market. Fannie Mae’s feelin’ it as this is the lowest level for mortgage delinquency since – wait for it – 2008!
However, It’ll Be a While Before Fannie Mae Sees the Fire Go Out Completely
It’s still good news that Fannie Mae’s mortgage delinquency rate’s going down, but here’s the thing: the “norm” for the mortgage delinquency rate is traditionally under 1%. So Fannie Mae’s getting there, albeit a bit slower and more gradual. The statistics and predictions show that by 2017 Fannie Mae’s delinquency rate will hit the under-1% mark.
So keep fanning away, Fannie Mae. You’ll get there.
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One check of these reviews and the ever-growing social fan base on pages like Facebook and Google+, and you begin to wonder: maybe this H.O.P.E. Program knows what they’re talking about! However, we can understand the skepticism: the real estate market’s cutthroat, what with the growing mortgage trends and the insane home prices skyrocketing like Elon Musk and the SpaceX Program. Perhaps we can get this real estate rocket to land on the barge like they’re planning to do, but make no mistake — H.O.P.E. to Own’s not far from that. Here’s why:
The Fact Is the HOPE Program Doesn’t Have to Claim Anything: the Mortgage Industry Has the Answer:
It’s called the USDA home mortgage. A plan many don’t know about, but many should. To get a home zero down may just be as easy as applying for a USDA home mortgage precisely because this is one of two particular plans where you don’t have to make a down payment — and with down payment averages rising in areas around the nation, that’s great news.
The only other plan out there that allows borrowers to get a home zero down is the VA. Not even the FHA program allows it — typically a 3.5% down payment is customary, and that’s pretty low compared to some of the averages we see. You can imagine that as you discuss your plans with your rent-to-own consultant about the time coming for you to buy the property you’re living in, if you want to save on that down payment, chances are you might want to go with a USDA.
Contrary to what many may think, it just so happens that there are some home mortgage programs out there that’ll except a bad credit stain or two. If you haven’t signed up with Independent Credit Solutions or Lexington Law, you might still have a chance in getting a home loan approval provided you know what your […]
Ah, yes — the USDA mortgage, a term some real estate moguls tend to glance over as a supposed myth in the real estate industry without any real opportunity for prospective homeowners, largely because many agents look for the “good” deals, nail them, and move on. But contrary to what many believe, the USDA mortgage loan is the market’s “best kept secret,” often pursued by military vets and misconstrued due to the simple fact that this is a loan offered by…. the U.S. Department of Agriculture? Yes. You got it.
That’s Actually a Big Reason Why the USDA Mortgage Is Often Overlooked
Because, yes, this is a weird truth of the matter, the USDA mortgage coming from the nation’s Department of Agriculture, of all organizations. And you still have to qualify for it, obviously; but once you’re qualified, just know you’re in for a true triumph with benefits unheard of in this mortgage industry, even with the trends we’re seeing today.
First off, it’s quite astonishing on this news alert that we should be aware of, given the fact that the Federal Reserve hasn’t upped the interest rate in nine straight years…. Until now. And to make it even more interesting, the Federal Reserve plans on increasing that rate four more times in the future. What does […]
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