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If you’ve ever applied for a loan (or wanted to apply), you’ll know that it can be an intimidating and confusing process. Often times you’re expected to hand over personal information, such as your social security number, without really understanding … Continue Reading
BWTDCC PART DVA (dva is 2 in Croatian — thank you Yale) I love it! Recently, you read “better ways to describe complicated crap” right here. Now, thank you, National Mortgage News for gifting us with “10 more abbreviations every … Continue Reading
Reverse mortgages can be a great way to finance your retirement. With lots of perks, such as no monthly mortgage payments and the ability to cash in on the equity of your home while you still live there, it’s easy … Continue Reading
If you are a veteran or the spouse of a veteran and are trying to purchase a house, you may have a resource available to you that you didn’t even know about: the VA Loan. If you are eligible for … Continue Reading
Is what you are about to read real or imagined? Is anything in life? Recently, the TV show “60 Minutes” ran a segment called, “What’s Fake News?” It was horrifyingly based on some inclusions such as this: “For Jestin Coler, … Continue Reading
You may have heard of a reverse mortgage, but do you actually know what it is? Let’s take a step back (or perhaps “shift into reverse” would be a more appropriate term) and take a closer look at this useful … Continue Reading
BWTDCC (better ways to describe complicated crap) The mortgage industry loves acronyms. But it was not until the last blog posting (scroll down to Wells after the click …) that I had the brilliant idea of creating NEW acronyms – … Continue Reading