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Effective October 1st, 2016, USDA Rural Development has lowered the upfront and monthly fee. The below video shows how this will affect a mortgage of $200,000.
Dealing with assets and Gifts when it comes to FHA loans can be tricky. Learn how to give or accept gift funds for real estate deposit, down payment, closing costs, taxes and insurance. Watch the below short video: If you … Continue reading
Watch this short video on which documents are necessary for obtaining a valid mortgage pre-approval to purchase a home or refinance and existing mortgage.
Here is the quick reference sheet for Plymouth County 2013 USDA eligible and ineligible towns effective October 1, 2014. Plymouth County USDA Ineligible Towns Abington, Bridgewater, Brockton, Carver, Duxbury, E. Bridgewater, Hingham, Hanover, Hull, Kingston, Lakeville, Marshfield, Middleborough, Norwell, Pembroke, … Continue reading
Effective October 1, 2014 many towns in Massachusetts are becoming ineligible for USDA financing. There has been some confusion among real estate agents and borrowers over the newly added USDA ineligible towns. Hopefully this post will clear things up a … Continue reading
Check out my interview on the Michael Graham show live from the Home Show in Foxboro, MA.
On March 22nd, I had an opportunity to sponsor the Michael Graham show Live at the Foxboro Home Show. It was a blast and Michael Graham is not just a great guy, he completely exceeded any expectations I had for … Continue reading
USDA Home Loan Update: The USDA has revised Form 1980-21 Request for Single Family Housing Loan Guarantee, the revised version of which must be included in the file when submitting loans for review. Consumers interested in applying for a USDA … Continue reading
The USDA up-front and annual fee structure will be changing on October 1st with the arrival of the new fiscal year. For purchase and refinance transactions, the Up-Front Guarantee fee will be 2% (an increase from the previous 1.5% for … Continue reading
The S&P Case-Shiller Home Price index shows the fifth straight monthly gain in home prices, and puts the index .5 percent above last year’s levels. This marks the first positive reading in almost two years. Home Prices are forecasted to … Continue reading