Florida Mortgage Rates update It's finally here! We have been waiting ever so patiently for the interest rates to fall but prior to today they had been stubbornly high. Everyone in the mortgage … [Read more...] about 5.25% Florida Mortgage Rates 11/26/2008
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The final quarter of 2009 puts us right at the bottom of a 2 year financial meltdown. The financial crisis started with the default increase on sub prime lending but has spread into every aspect of … [Read more...] about Florida Mortgage
Anyone who has ever bought a home knows that the process involves mountains of paperwork. There are applications, disclosures, bank statements, pay stubs, and a never ending supply of other forms that … [Read more...] about Mortgage Company Goes Green
Finally the effects of the $700B bailout as well as other world factors have brought some confidence back to the market! For over a month we have been hovering with par rates ranging from 6.25% to … [Read more...] about Mortgage rates finally begin their fall!
The effective of the global credit crisis has hit particularly hard on the financial sector and in particular with mortgage jobs. It has been estimated that as of September of 2008 we have lost a … [Read more...] about The Future of Mortgage Jobs in Florida
The house passed the bailout legislation today. The vote for passage of the Senate-amended bill was 263 to 171. Remember that the Dow dropped over 700 points the last time they couldn … [Read more...] about Bailout Bill Passes!
The $7,500 tax credit for first time homebuyers was signed into law as part of the 2008 American Housing Rescue and Foreclosure Act. To qualify for this tax credit, you must close on your new house … [Read more...] about In Depth Look at the $7,500 tax credit
So the inevitable has finally happened. A few months back the government authorized themselves the power to take over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac "should the need arise". Yesterday the government … [Read more...] about Fed takeover means lower rates
There are many factors that you should consider before doing a cash out refinance. Overall one typically cashes out to pay off other debts and consolidate them for monthly savings. Some people just … [Read more...] about Florida Cash out Refinance
This is no bailout of Wall Street that we are dealing with. This is a bailout of our entire economy and possibly even the global economy. This credit crisis has reached critical mass in record time. … [Read more...] about $700B Bailout? NO? stimulus package