Category Archives: Mortgage Market Guide

Jul

31

2014

The real estate industry has been marching to the same ominous drumbeat since the economic downturn took hold: the housing market is facing collapse. Although many have taken this idea as fact and surrendered to wondering about the when versus the how, Housing Wire reports that Altos Research is releasing new data that claims all

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Mar

01

2014

After the housing market crash, FHA loans took some extreme measures to ensure that it didn’t happen again. If you’re thinking of using an FHA loan to get your next house, you need to be aware of those changes and how they might impact your ability to get approved. You Don’t Need Perfect Credit The

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Jan

15

2014

If you’re looking to buy a home, you know that your credit score is important. But, what you might not realize is that the three-digit credit score isn’t the only factor that determines whether or not you get approved for a loan. In fact, your debt-to-income ratio can hold more weight than your credit score.

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Sep

07

2013

“Work, work, work, it’s a labor of love.” The words to Sammy Kershaw’s country song may sound sweeter than the latest employment numbers that were released last week. Read on for details. The Jobs Report for August didn’t show much love for workers as the Labor Force Participation Rate, which measures the number of people

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