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Assessing Your ‘Debt-to-Income Ratio’ and Why This Number Matters When Getting a Mortgage

renotahoemortgage.com If you are looking to buy a home, you may want to consider shopping for a loan first. Having your financing squared away ahead of time can make it easier to be taken seriously by buyers and help move along the closing process. For those who are looking to get a mortgage soon, keep in mind that the…

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Seeking the Perfect Summer Home Improvement Project? It’s Time for an Inground Pool

renotahoemortgage.com The warmer summer months provide homeowners with the ideal conditions for making improvements to their property. One of the more popular options for summer time improvement ideas is installing an in-ground swimming pool. While a swimming pool may seem like a pure luxury to some, there are actually…

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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – July 20, 2015

renotahoemortgage.com Last week’s economic news included an encouraging report from the National Association of Home Builders, whose housing market index held steady with a reading of 60 in July. This was the 13th consecutive month for readings over 50, which indicate that more builders are confident about housing…

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NAHB: Home Builder Confidence Holds Steady

renotahoemortgage.com Home builder confidence remained steady at the highest reading in almost ten years according to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Wells Fargo Housing Market Index for July. The latest reading of 60 for the index was identical to expectations and June’s reading, which was revised to…

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House Hunting? Watch for These 5 Red Flags when Viewing Potential New Homes

renotahoemortgage.com From the sales price to the general layout of the building, there are numerous factors that buyers will consider when touring homes. While there are specific factors that buyers may be searching for in a new house, there are also a few warning signs that home buyers should keep their eyes open for.…

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Mortgage 101: 3 Reasons to Avoid Giving Wrong Information on Your Mortgage Application

renotahoemortgage.com A mortgage application is typically several pages in length, and it requires you to provide a considerable amount of information about your personal, professional and financial life. Some mortgage applicants may not have access to all of the information when completing the application, and others…

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3 Reasons Why Your Closing Costs Will Vary Depending on the Type of Home You Buy

renotahoemortgage.com Savvy home buyers who are preparing to make a real estate purchase should do their research and understand that they need to save money for not only the down payment, but the closing costs as well. The closing costs can account for as much as three to five percent of the sales price in some cases,…

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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – July 13, 2015

renotahoemortgage.com Last week’s scheduled economic events were few due to the Independence Day holiday. Freddie Mac’s weekly survey of mortgage rates brought good news as mortgage rates fell across the board. The Federal Reserve released the minutes of its most recent Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting and…

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Dealing with the Summer Heat? How to Keep Your Home Cool Without Using a Ton of Energy

renotahoemortgage.com Many people look forward to the long, relaxed, sunny days of summer, but they also dread opening up their energy bills throughout the summer months. Cooling a home can be costly, and many are searching for convenient ways to lower cooling costs without sacrificing on comfort inside the home on the…

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The Pros and Cons of Paying Your Mortgage Bi-weekly Vs. Monthly

renotahoemortgage.com When applying for a new mortgage or after closing, many may have the option to choose between a single monthly mortgage payment or smaller bi-weekly payments. There are benefits and drawbacks associated with both options, and some personal financial considerations may need to be reviewed in order…

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Let’s Talk Hardwood: Why Converting Your Home to Hardwood Flooring Will Boost Its Value

renotahoemortgage.com When a homeowner makes the decision to upgrade flooring in one area of the home or throughout the entire space, there are numerous materials that may be considered. While each material option has its unique benefits and advantages, many are drawn to hardwood flooring as an option. This is a…

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Start with the Basics: How to Create a Budget to Determine How Much Mortgage You Can Afford

renotahoemortgage.com A mortgage is typically one of the biggest monthly payments and financial responsibilities that a person is responsible for. Mortgage payments usually impact the person’s budget significantly for several decades or longer. While there are mortgage calculators online that can be used to estimate an…

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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – July 6, 2015

renotahoemortgage.com Last week’s housing-related economic events included the Case-Shiller Home Price Index reports for April, the Commerce Department’s Pending Home Sales report and a report on Construction Spending. In other economic news, Non-Farm Payrolls, the ADP Employment report and Consumer Confidence reports…

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Case-Shiller: Home Price Growth Slower in April

renotahoemortgage.com According to the Case-Shiller 20-City Home Price Index for April, home prices slowed from the March reading of 4.30 percent year-over-year to 4.20 percent year-over-year. David M Blitzer, Chairman of S&P Index Committee, said that home prices are not accelerating and characterized slower home price…

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Buying a New Home? 3 Tips for Being Approved for a Second Mortgage – and How to Manage It

renotahoemortgage.com Applying for a second mortgage is a great way to keep your down payment amount to a minimum and to keep more of your cash in your bank account. It can also help you to avoid making PMI payments, and some lenders may even waive escrows for taxes and insurance if you use a second mortgage instead of…

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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – June 29, 2015

renotahoemortgage.com Last week’s economic news was largely positive as both new and existing home sales beat expectations. FHFA reported that home price growth held steady in May, while weekly jobless claims edged up, but were lower than expected. New and Existing Home Sales Exceed Expectations According to the…

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Safety Tips: 5 Ways to Prepare for a House Fire – and What to Do if One Breaks Out

renotahoemortgage.com House fires can break out for a wide range of reasons, and these include everything from grease fires while cooking in the kitchen to lightning striking the home. They can cause a significant amount of property damage as well as personal injury or even loss of life, so preventing them and knowing…

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Summer’s Coming! Boost Your Home’s Curb Appeal and Get a Quick Sale with These 3 Tips

renotahoemortgage.com Curb appeal is important in the home sales process, and this is because it will impact the overall first impression that potential home buyers have about the property. Some homeowners can easily spend a small fortune and a considerable amount of time improving curb appeal, but others may be looking…

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Moving to the City? How to Downsize from a Large House to a Smaller Condo or Apartment

renotahoemortgage.com Many people make the decision to move from the country or the suburbs into the heart of the downtown area for a number of reasons, such as to enjoy proximity to work or to enjoy the urban lifestyle. With the higher cost of real estate in central urban areas and with real estate space at a premium,…

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Four Surefire Ways to Ensure That You Get the Best Possible Deal on Your Mortgage

renotahoemortgage.com Taking time to set up your home mortgage is one of the best steps that you can take to promote financial health and security. The best home mortgage is one with an affordable payment, that does not empty your bank accounts of necessary financial reserves and that will help you to establish equity…

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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – June 22, 2015

renotahoemortgage.com Last week’s economic news included National Association of Home Builders / Wells Fargo (NAHB) Housing Market Index and Commerce Department reports on Housing Starts and Building Permits, the post-meeting statement of the Fed’s Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), and Fed Chair Janet Yellen’s…

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Family Matters: How to Choose the Perfect Home for a Large or Growing Family

renotahoemortgage.com Selecting the right home to purchase for a family is a monumental task, and this process can seem even more challenging for those with a large or growing family. A common goal may be to give everyone ample space to stretch out and feel relaxed, but some home buyers may also be focused on other…

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Federal Reserve: No Change on Target Fed Funds Rate

renotahoemortgage.com The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) of the Federal Reserve did not move to increase the Fed’s target federal funds rate, which is currently 0.00 to 0.250 percent. Although the committee acknowledged further progress toward achieving the Federal Reserve’s dual goal of maximum employment and an…

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Suffering from Credit Problems? Three Ways You Can Patch Up Your Credit to Get a Mortgage Approved

renotahoemortgage.com Credit problems are unfortunately common, and they can make it difficult for you to obtain a mortgage. Even if you are able to obtain a mortgage with your credit issues, the rate may be rather high in comparison to what you may qualify for if you obtain a mortgage without fixing your credit…

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An Insider’s Look at Mortgage Closing Costs and How to Minimize the Amount You’ll Pay

renotahoemortgage.com When buying a new home, you may be focused on finding a mortgage program that has a down payment requirement that is manageable for you. However, some home buyers will overlook the costs that they are responsible for at closing. These costs can vary, but it is common for home buyers to pay between…

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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – June 15, 2015

renotahoemortgage.com Retail Sales, Consumer Confidence Up Retail sales rose for the third consecutive month. May sales increased at a seasonally adjusted rate of 1.20 percent according to Commerce Department data. Auto and gasoline sales led the charge to higher retail sales, but analysts said that most retail sectors…

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Hunting for the Best Local Schools? Here Are 5 Checklist Items You’ll Want to Look For

renotahoemortgage.com There are numerous factors that you may review when choosing a new place to live. If you have children, the quality of the schools and the level of education that your kids will receive in the schools is important. However, you may not be certain how to determine if a school is good or not. When…

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The Pros and Cons of Using Spare Funds to Pay Your Mortgage Down Faster

renotahoemortgage.com A home mortgage payment can be a large or even the largest expense in a person’s budget, and not having this payment any longer can be a life changing experience. Because of this, you may be dreaming about the day when you no longer have to make this payment. Some people may even actively make…

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Buying a Home This Summer? Our Guide to Finding the Perfect New Neighborhood

renotahoemortgage.com Finding the perfect home to purchase is easier said than done, and savvy home buyers understand the importance of researching the neighborhood as well as the home. All home buyers have unique things that they are looking for in an ideal neighborhood, and these factors will play a major role in how…

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First-time Mortgage Borrowers: Avoid These “Rookie Mistakes”

renotahoemortgage.com Many home buyers who are applying for their first mortgage will go to great lengths to research the options, learn more about loan terms and generally educate themselves about a process that they are unfamiliar with. Despite these common steps that rookie mortgage applicants make, they often make…

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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – June 8, 2015

renotahoemortgage.com Last week’s economic news included reports on construction spending, Freddie Mac’s mortgage rates survey and several employment related reports. The details: Construction Spending Jumps The Commerce Department reported that construction spending reached its fastest annual pace since November 2008.…

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Four Handy Tips for Managing Your Lawn Now That the Spring Rains Have Arrived

renotahoemortgage.com In many areas, the spring months mean warmer temperatures, more sunshine and plenty of beneficial rainfall that your yard may thrive with. These are prime growing conditions for your lawn, but they can also make lawn maintenance a challenge. By following these helpful tips, you can take better care…

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Which is Better: Bi-weekly or Monthly Mortgage Payments? Let’s Take a Look

renotahoemortgage.com When you apply for a new mortgage, your lender may ask if you want to set up monthly payments or bi-weekly payments. At one time, monthly payments were common, but bi-weekly payments are increasing in popularity. This is because they break a large expense up into two smaller and seemingly more…

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Buying a Home? What to Do if Problems Are Found During the Final Home Inspection

renotahoemortgage.com As a home buyer, you may go through a number of different steps to ensure that the property that you purchase is in great condition. For example, you may complete an initial walk-through or even several home tours before you make an offer. You may also order a property inspection and even negotiate…

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An Insider’s Guide to Fannie Mae’s HomePath Program and Closing Cost Assistance

renotahoemortgage.com Home buyers today may be concerned about finding the perfect home to purchase, but they are also often concerned with the process of applying for a mortgage. The loan application process itself may seem daunting, but many are concerned about finding a great deal on their mortgage. This may include…

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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – June 1, 2015

renotahoemortgage.com Last week’s economic reports included the Case-Shiller Home Price Indexes, FHFA’s House Price Index and Pending Home Sales from the Commerce Department. The details: Home Prices Dip in March, Pending Home Sales Up According to the Case-Shiller 20-City Housing Market Index, the national reading for…

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Real Estate Roundup: The Top 5 Apps to Use When Buying or Selling a Home

renotahoemortgage.com Whether you are buying property, selling property or both, the process can be challenging, stressful and even overwhelming at times. Just as you may use various mobile apps to streamline and simplify other aspects of your life, you can also use some well-designed apps to improve your overall…

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Did You Know: Reverse Mortgage Requirements Are Changing – Here’s How

renotahoemortgage.com Many seniors have taken advantage of reverse mortgages in recent years. These unique mortgages allow seniors who are existing homeowners to tap into their home equity without taking on a mortgage payment. This can be a true benefit to seniors who are on a tight budget or who want to take advantage…

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What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – May 26, 2015

renotahoemortgage.com Last week’s economic reports included several readings related to housing The Wells Fargo/National Association of Home Builders Housing Market Index, the Commerce Department’s releases on Housing Starts and Building Permits, and the National Association of Realtors® report on Existing Home Sales…

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