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Just because you could get a lower interest rate doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a good time to refinance your mortgage. Often borrowers call us at Indigo Mortgage and ask, “Does it make sense for us to refinance?” We take this question very seriously. Borrowers really just need someone, to be honest with them and help

Many mortgage borrowers in the Colorado market have heeded our call to shop their mortgage around for the best rates and lowest fees. That’s especially important when dealing with that “quick in pocket-sounding lender” or the VA lender that is supposed to “unite” veterans. Borrowers call us because they want to compare offers to see

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When you’re buying a home and applying for a mortgage, avoid any upfront application fees. Today, some mortgage lenders are charging borrowers an upfront application fee, often $500-$600, when they apply for a mortgage. The lender tells the borrower that this fee will be credited towards the appraisal of the property. Upfront application fees are

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Recently, an independent national survey was conducted that evaluated VA interest rates and compared closing costs. The survey looked at the top 10 national VA lenders and compared them to smaller VA lenders. The results showed that the big national VA lenders, names you’d recognize, are clearly charging veterans more than small lenders – the

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It’s important to know that there are many different parties involved in the home buying process. There’s usually a seller, a buyer, 2 realtors, a Title company, and the Lender. All of those people depend upon the lender to get the loan financed and closed on time. Ideally, they will all be in constant contact

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A VA Streamline loan, also known as a VA IRRL (for “interest rate reduction loan” is designed to allow a veteran to refinance his or her current VA loan into a loan with a lower interest rate and lower monthly payment. This type of refinance must be a VA to VA refinance. It’s called a

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Homeowners with a conventional mortgage who are working to refinance their loan to a lower interest rate have a new fee that will be added. We’ve advised for the last few months that this fee was coming and it’s here. The fee is known as the Adverse Market Fee and it adds a .5% fee

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As a mortgage broker, Indigo Mortgage Colorado has access to the largest wholesale lender in the country and they have approved our company to offer a VA Purchase loan and a VA Streamline Loan with the 30-year fixed rate as low as 2.25%. That’s right– a VA purchase rate or a VA Streamline refinance with

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At Indigo Mortgage Colorado, we get calls every day, asking “What’s your best interest rate?” We tell them it’s impossible to accurately answer that until we can get some basic answers from you first. One real piece of advice we suggest, is when you’re ready to make an inquiry about a refi or new home

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As you’ve noticed if you’re in the market for a mortgage or a refi, mortgage interest rates have declined to the lowest in history and there are way more borrowers than there are lenders. Because of this, many of the large national companies that promise easy, online applications and funding are actually taking advantage of

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