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How to Buy a House With No Money Down in 2022

Part of Money Matters

Not parting with a chunk of change in the form of a down payment to buy a house — sounds like a dream, right? If you get the chance to put no money down for a home, you might feel…

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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.

Debt-to-Income Ratio: What is it and How is it Used by Lenders?

Part of Money Matters

When you are thinking about buying a house, you’re probably envisioning the memories you’ll make in your new home, the great family dinners and nights hanging out with friends. Your thoughts may not initially stray into terms like “debt-to-income (DTI)…

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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 Appraisal? Everything You Need to Know

Part of Homebuying 101

You may find it challenging to add “buying a home” to your to-do list — there’s a lot to think about, from juggling purchase prices to picking the right neighborhood for you.  We’ll help you streamline the process.  To start,…

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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...

What is a PUD and How Does it Differ from Other Types of Housing?

Part of Homebuying 101

What is a PUD? At first glance, you know it has to be an acronym because “PUD” doesn’t give you a clear idea of any specific real estate term. “PUD” stands for “planned unit development.”  A planned unit development (PUD)…

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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...

How to Calculate Debt-to-Income Ratio (DTI) Yourself

Part of Homebuying 101

When you first thought about purchasing a home, you probably jumped online to do some basic research. You may have wondered about what information you need to share with a lender or mortgage broker to buy a home. Here’s one…

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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...