“How’s the market?”
Yesterday, the Federal Reserve raised short-term interest rates. So what’s it mean for home buyers in the New River Valley?
This post was originally written April 13, 2011 …
You’re getting a mortgage … what kind of paperwork do you need?
When you’re shopping for a mortgage, the two most common fixed-rate mortgage terms you’ll come across are thirty years, and fifteen years. There are other options, sure, but those are the most common.
The loans, they are a’ changing.
Dan Green at The Mortgage Reports wrote a post this morning that talks about the new USDA guidelines for 100% mortgage loans, and I want to repost it here, because (a) I have two USDA loans going with Dan right now and his team is fantastic, and also because (b) he references Blacksburg VA and that’s kind of cool. Oh, and (c) because 100% loans are still available in some areas of the New River Valley.
Budgets. Aren’t they great?