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There are a lot of words here.  If you have a mortgage you might ever refinance (and especially if you think Sunday’s emergency Fed news means you can now get a lower rate), read every last one of them. Background: Fed’s Emergency Rate Cut and QE It’s extremely important for the sound functioning of the mortgage

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The VA home loan offers some great benefits for the veterans still in the military who have their certificate of eligibility or those just coming out of service, either from deployment or once they completed their active duty. Many of these veterans have no idea that they can qualify for a new home or even

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Veteran’s Administration or VA loans offer military veterans advantages in the mortgage process. The first opportunity is that the VA allows a cash-out refinance, meaning they can pull up to 100% of the home’s value. The veteran can use the cash for whatever purpose they choose, whether it’s to combine a 1st and 2nd mortgage,

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A Veteran’s Administration or VA jumbo loan is used when a veteran needs a mortgage above $453,150, the current limit for conventional mortgages. For veterans looking to purchase a home, the best reason to consider a VA jumbo loan is that the interest rate today is in the mid 4% range on a 30 year

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Preapproval is necessary for the home-buying process. In fact, it’s so necessary that realtors in the Colorado Springs area are hesitant to show a home to a potential home-buyer unless the borrower has already been pre-approved for a mortgage. Similarly, the pre-approval is involved in a mortgage application. You will provide detailed information on your

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Many mortgage lenders make offers for first-time home owner loan programs or first responder programs. However, they embellish what those mortgage loans really are. For example, one mortgage lender promotes that nurses, first responders or veterans can get loans with zero fees. The reality is, the lender charges a higher interest rate to compensate for