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Should You Borrow the Maximum a Lender Will Approve?

When getting a mortgage, it's important to make sure you don't take on more debt than you can handle. When you apply for a mortgage, a lender will decide how much money it’s willing to give you to put...

Top 3 Reasons to Buy a Condo

It has advantages for some. Those considering purchasing a new home may want to consider becoming a condo owner. Popular with ev...

How Will Forbearance Impact My Credit? - Mortgage Broker & Loans in Ventura & Simi Valley Get a fast rate quote for a home loan in Ventura & Simi Valley. Learn more about FHA mortgage types and down payments, Consolidation Debt Refinance, and other loan and mortgage types.

Slashing Utility Bills Can Help Save the Planet

Looking to save on electric, gas and water bills while saving our planet at the same time? Here are seven savvy tips to help you get started. Utility bills seem to go up every year—and every year we hear the call to save our nation’s ...

How to Create More Bathroom Storage Space

Avoid bathroom clutter and hectic mornings using these simple storage strategies. If you have a small bathroom and/or a large family, storage space is at a premium. Without a solid o...

The housing market finds some footing for Spring and buyers continue to enter the market keeping demand alive. Potential buyers are taking advantage of the low rates as mortgage professionals and agents work hard using resources to complete transactions smoothly.

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4 Things You Shouldn't Do in A Seller's Market

Buying a home in a seller's market can be tough. Here are 4 mistakes you won't want to make. Purchasing a home can be an exhausting process as it can take a while to find the right fit. When yo...

7 Factors to Consider When Searching for the Perfect Neighborhood

What factors are at the top of your must-have list for your future neighborhood? Good restaurants aren’t the only amenities worth looking for in a neighborhood. You can remodel a ...

Suddenly, It's Harder Than Ever to Get a Mortgage Loan

Mortgage rates are at record lows, but borrowers hoping to take advantage are running into the toughest mortgage loan standards in years.

No Cash Out Refinances and Home Equity Lines of Credit Suspended

Wells Fargo is no longer letting borrowers refinance their mortgages while cashing out home equity, and both Wells and JPMorgan have suspended new home-equity lines of credit.

As a direct lender Alameda Mortgage has access to programs that go beyond whats available through local banks and national lenders. We're here to help

Tips for Veterans Buying a Home with VA Loan

Do you qualify for a VA loan? Here are the pros and cons. For veterans or service members looking to buy a home with a Veterans Affairs loan, there are some e...

5 Reasons Why Your Home Is Not Selling

If it's a seller's market, why is your home not selling? Some say it’s a seller’s market. In many areas, homes are being snapped up before the lawn sign ...

New Life for Simi Valley Real Estate Project After Local Opposition

Plans for the Tapo District Loft project in Simi Valley targets millennials who are either renting a bedroom in a house or maybe even living with their parents.

The Loft units would not only be an affordable option for young people, but also for seniors or the local workforce in Simi Valley. The construction project will offer approximately 60 modest size units of 400-430 sq feet.

The Simi Valley Planning Commission approved the project in October, but a nearby homeowners association appealed the decision, sending the project to the City Council on Monday.

Are You Really Ready to Live in a Tiny Home?

In love with tiny homes? Here's how to know if you love the idea more than the reality. Living in a tiny home of 500 square feet or so can be a way to pare belongings and expenses. But unl...

Are You Really Ready to Live in a Tiny Home?

In love with tiny homes? Here's how to know if you love the idea more than the reality. Living in a tiny home of 500 square feet or so can be a way to pare belongings and expenses. But unl...

Best Ways to Shop for a Mortgage

Shopping around for a mortgage lender? Here's what you should know. Shopping for a mortgage isn’t as fun as looking at homes to buy, but it’s an important step that...

Getting Your Garage Ready for a Sale

A garage full of clutter can do more harm than good when it comes time to sell. When you have a home on the market and start cleaning out the rooms and making everything presentabl...

The Difference Between Pre-Qualified and Pre-Approved

These don't mean the same thing so keep this in mind when you talk to a bank. Many lenders pre-qualify or pre-approve mortgage applicants, which can help considerably in the buyi...

House Hunting Mistakes to Avoid

Buying a home can be stressful enough. Don't make these mistakes! Buying a house is a serious thing and if you’re on the hunt for a new home, it’s importa...

4 Ways to Turn Your Bedroom into a Good-Night's-Sleep Enabler

Check out these four tried and true ways to create a bedroom haven. Just because bedrooms are not usually the first thing people see when walking into a home, it doesn

Home Values may Fall as Jumbo Loans Vanish -Home values may fall Jumbo loans are very hard to qualify for and rates have increased dramatically. Home values may fall - All it takes is one fire sale in your area

Title Insurance and Why You Need It

Buying a home requires all sorts of legal checks, and this is one your lender won't let you avoid. Title insurance can be one of those things that someone says you need when you buy a home, but you d...

How to Best Use Social Media to Explore Neighborhoods

Are you relocating to a new city? Get a feel for different neighborhoods with intel from your friends and followers. Choosing a city to live in can be easy, but it can be a little more difficult to narrow it down to a...

How to Prepare for a Home Loan Refi

Is a mortgage refi right for you? Here's what you should know. Just as you want to put your best financial foot forward when applying for a mortgage to buy your fi...

Quick DIY Upgrades That Can Boost Your Home's Value

Looking for a few quick and affordable home upgrades? Whether you’re getting ready to sell your home, or you simply want it to look its best, check out ...

The conditions were set for a very competitive housing market. Mortgage rates, housing inventory and unemployment rates were all at record lows. And then COVID-19 changed everything. The federal government implemented a moratorium on foreclosures and asked mortgage servicers to offer forbearance or reduced payments on any mortgage backed by Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, or the Federal Housing Administration (FHA). But what about subprime or non-QM home financing? Many specialty mortgage lenders have closed and people with less-than-perfect credit have fewer options for home financing. Read the article here:

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Paying Off Your Mortgage in 15 Years vs. 30

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Which Home Improvements Offer the Best Return on Investment?

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5 Tips for Selling Your Vacant Home

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While it’s clear that Coronavirus is having a dramatic impact on the real estate market right now, Zillow and housing economists don’t expect it to impact home prices in the long-term. In a study of the housing market during previous pandemics, they found that home sales dropped quickly during the outbreak but that home prices stayed about the same.

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5 Tips for Selling Your Home

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Counter Intelligence: Which Countertop Is Right for You?

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Is Adding a Deck a Good Investment?

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The Upsides of a Home Security System

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A Game Plan for Buying Home Insurance

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Hosting a Garage Sale Before Listing Your Home

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