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What is Cash-Out Refinancing and When is it a Good Option?

Part of Money Matters

What would you do with some extra cash in your pocket? Wipe out your credit card debt once and for all? Update your kitchen? Finally finish your basement? Pay off high-interest student loans or personal loans? Refinancing your mortgage with…

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The Morty Report: What the rate hike means for mortgages

Some mortgage rates crept above 6% this week, as the market reacted to higher-than-expected inflation data and sought to price in anticipated rate hikes coming out of this week’s Federal Reserve meeting.

What is an FHA Loan? Everything You Need to Know

Part of Homebuying 101

As you read through our homebuyer’s guide, you may wonder which home loans could work best for you.  A conventional loan, the most common type of non-government backed loan, requires you to have a minimum credit score of 620. Your…

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Get HomeReady: An Affordable Mortgage Program You Might Have Missed

It’s not easy being a homebuyer in today’s market. If low inventory and high home prices weren’t enough, once record-low mortgage rates have risen to levels not seen since 2008. It’s enough to inspire anyone to consider all sorts of...