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Prequalify For A Home Loan - Know The Important Steps That You Should Follow Prequalify For A Home Loan - Know The Important Steps That You Should Follow

By Shane Gibbs

While planning to buy your dream house, it has been found that most of the people do not have the required amount of cash ready with them and as such, they decide to take out a home loan. Before taking out a home mortgage loan, you need to shop around very carefully and look for the right mortgage lender.

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What does Home Owner's Insurance cover? What does Home Owner's Insurance cover?

A common term that homebuyers will find in their mortgage loan contract is the requirement to purchase a homeowner's insurance policy. Here is an overview of what homeowner's insurance entails, and why is it essential to virtually every home purchase involving a mortgage.

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How to Become a Real Estate Agent How to Become a Real Estate Agent

By Gerard Marino

While the requirements for becoming a Real Estate professional varies from state to state, the requirements in Massachusetts are relatively easy to achieve, and can ultimately lead to a rich and fulfilling career. Here is an overview of how to become a licensed real estate agent or broker in Massachusetts.

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How Much Should My Mortgage Cost? How Much Should My Mortgage Cost?

By Adam Pavidis

How much home can you afford? Unless you are in the minority of homebuyers paying in cash, you will need to be approved for a mortgage. Here are a few things you need to know.

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Two Strategies for Debt Reduction Two Strategies for Debt Reduction

By Kathy Dwyer-Hydorn

Whether you're planning to start a family, buy a house, or make any other large investment in the near future, yet have a significant amount of debt, you'll need to take a look at strategies for debt deduction. Here are two of the most popular strategies for debt reduction that you can do on your own.

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Credit Scores Credit Scores

Your Credit Score can range from 300-850, and is used by lenders to estimate how risky lending to you is likely to be. The better your Credit Score, the better your access to lower interest rates and larger loans.

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Homeowner's Insurance Homeowner's Insurance

A common term that homebuyers will find in their mortgage loan contract is the requirement to purchase a homeowner's insurance policy. Here is an overview of what homeowner's insurance entails, and why is it essential to virtually every home purchase involving a mortgage.

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What is the Difference Between a Fixed Rate vs ARM What is the Difference Between a Fixed Rate vs ARM

By Dee Collard

There are a number of different mortgage packages available to buyers, but it's important to note that they are all variations of two kinds: Fixed Rate Mortgages (FRMs) or Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARMs)

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What is a Mortgage Broker? What is a Mortgage Broker?

By Blanche Thomas

To get approved for a mortgage you will often need to hire a mortgage broker to act as an intermediary between yourself and the bank. Here is some advice on what he can do for you and how best to approach the process.

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How to avoid Foreclosure Rescue and Mortgage Modification Scams How to avoid Foreclosure Rescue and Mortgage Modification Scams

By Matt Schwartz

Scams often promise to save you from foreclosure. Con artists often know who is falling behind on their mortgages, since mortgage lenders are required to publish notices before foreclosing on homes and private firms compile and sell lists of foreclosed properties to distressed borrowers.

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