Archives for the ‘Mortgage’ Category

Smart Credit: Don’t Wreck Your Chances Of Getting A Mortgage

By • Feb 18th, 2013 • Category: Mortgage

Over the last decade, credit has tightened considerably. In the past, people could walk into a bank, state how much they earned and secure a mortgage. These days, underwriting a mortgage commonly takes a month or more. Blemishes on your credit follow you for years. Because interest rates are extremely low, keeping your credit clean [...]

All About Fast Remortgaging

By • Jul 21st, 2009 • Category: Mortgage

There was a time when once you took out a credit you paid it back publication and if you moved house you then took out an additional credit perhaps with the same lender. A remortgage wasn’t that all the rage as lenders were not that keen on the multinational butover modern years many lenders have [...]

Little Known Information About Home Mortgage Refinance

By • May 22nd, 2009 • Category: Mortgage

Do not refinance your mortgage without knowing for sure whether you will record actual savings. To achieve this, it means you will need to demand for loan quotes and compare the interest cost to your present mortgage. If you are thinking this will be difficult, you can always take advantage of the various mortgage calculators [...]

Refinance second mortgage

By • Apr 29th, 2009 • Category: Mortgage

Second mortgage If you are a person who has taken a loan against a property that you owned and is in debt now, refinancing gives the chance of replacing the current mortgage with a new loan that provide mortgage rates which are more favourable. The new loan is usually offered at a lower interest rate [...]

Your House as Security with a Mortgage

By • Mar 9th, 2009 • Category: Mortgage

A mortgage is probably the most expensive transfer of money that you will ever be involved in, but there are lingering misconceptions about what one actually is. What is it, what is it used for, and how does one successfully end one? Picking one out can take weeks or months as you make some difficult [...]

Finance – Types of Home Mortgages

By • Mar 1st, 2009 • Category: Mortgage

There are more new home mortgage packages today than in previous years. The ability to find new and creative ways to finance homes is what makes it possible for more people to own their homes. Adjustable rate mortgage As lenders became more concerned about increasing upward trends in home mortgage rates, they searched for a [...]

Home Mortgage Approval: Factors Taken Into Account To Finalize The Process

By • Feb 23rd, 2009 • Category: Mortgage

The first step you take in order to get a home mortgage is filling out the application at your lender of choice and the process of funding the acquisition of the home you have ever dreamed of can be long. There are many methods to answer the formal written request including in the office of [...]

Uncovering The Hidden Extras In Your Future Mortgage

By • Feb 22nd, 2009 • Category: Mortgage

When you are considering a new mortgage, there are a number of fees that building societies might not spell out as much as borrowers might like them to. They are always mentioned at some point and can eventually add up to quite a lot of cash. But mortgage tables in their basic form won’t spell [...]

The Four Elements That Result In Your Home Mortgage Approval

By • Feb 20th, 2009 • Category: Mortgage

Being accepted for a home mortgage may be an overwhelming, even terrifying process for people seeking house proprietorship. It may take weeks of solicitations, expecting and speaking with loan and finance professionals to give correct information which will lead to the approvement or disapproval. What will it be: home mortgage approval or refusal? Image by [...]

An Unusual Remortgage Confession From The Bank Clerk

By • Feb 14th, 2009 • Category: Mortgage

Standing in the queue of my local bank last week when I overheard a frank and honest confession from the clerk serving the customer in front of me. Aside from carrying out what he needed for that day’s transactions, he told her that his fixed rate mortgage was coming to an end and he was [...]