In mid-August 2021, we’ve seen two changes in mortgage loans. Recently Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac did away with their added fee for refinances. The fee was issued on all loans over the last few months in 2021 but they just dropped it. What this means for borrowers is that rates are even better for
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
Mortgage rates have indeed come off their recent record low, but they are still in a historically low range. So, the question we get daily from Colorado homebuyers and those looking to refinance is “When are the rates going up again?”. Last year, we said that the mortgage experts predicted the interest rates would go
Veteran Administration (VA) mortgage interest rates are the lowest in history, as veterans already know. They know this because they are being bombarded about refinancing with online ads, direct mail, and calls from their own mortgage company. Here are some easy guidelines about the “streamline” interest rate reduction refinance loan (IRRRL). A veteran is eligible
A VA refinance loan is called a “VA Cash Out” in several refi situations: when the veteran is refinancing more than their current payoff and getting cash in hand, when he or she is consolidating a first and second mortgage, or when they are paying off other liens or consolidating debts. These are all considered
The number of homes that have installed solar panels on or around people’s homes have really increased, especially in the west, and that’s a positive thing. However, one impact of solar panels that most homeowners don’t realize that when they finance or lease these panels, is the impact the panels have on their home’s title.
Mortgage rates are currently at all-time lows and many homeowners are taking advantage of that, refinancing to an even lower interest rate. But, we want to explain a new fee that lenders will be charging on conventional loans as of Oct. 1, 2020. Throughout 2019 and into the 1st quarter of 2020, mortgage rates were