Monthly Archives: February 2015

Las Vegas sees $120 million in commercial loans go into default

Las Vegas saw more than $120 million in commercial loans go into default in November, including the Rainbow Promenade shopping center at 2051 N. Rainbow Blvd., according to a report from Nevada Title Co. JP Morgan is the original beneficiary … Continue reading

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Steps To Qualify For A Mortgage If You’re Self-Employed

If you are among the thousands of Americans who turned the dark cloud of the recession into the silver lining of becoming self-employed, you may feel you are now in a position to refinance your mortgage or to buy a home. Even with good credit and … Continue reading

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Mortgage Rates

Mortgage rates may have been feeling the love yesterday, but that now seems to have been a coincidental blip in the longer-term trend.  Rates actually started the day in OK shape.  Most lenders were the same or slightly better than … Continue reading

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Should you refinance?

How do you know if you are a good candidate for a home refinance? You might assume that the only reason to refinance is to reduce your monthly mortgage payment. Though that’s a compelling reason, there are actually many possible … Continue reading

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How to Get Your Mortgage Loan Paperwork Ready

Mortgage lending qualifications have tightened in a post-recession world—meaning whether you’re applying for a government-backed loan, a qualified mortgage loan or even a jumbo loan, you’ll face more paperwork than ever before. Fail to turn in some of the required documents, … Continue reading

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Borrower-Friendly Loan Options On The Market

The VA Home Loan program is among the most borrower-friendly loan options on the market. For almost 70 years, these loans have helped level the playing field for American service members. Today, the VA loan program is more important than … Continue reading

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Stabilization Is a Welcome Change for Las Vegas Real Estate Market

Seven years after the bubble burst, stability may be the new normal for Las Vegas — a long-awaited respite after several months of tremendous growth. According to the Heidi Kasama, the president of the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors, … Continue reading

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FHA Applications Skyrocket as Expected Following MIP Change

Mortgage activity showed no signs of settling down from its rather wild and wooly behavior since the first of the year.  Data from the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) was all over the place during the week ended January 30, apparently … Continue reading

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