Monthly Archives: October 2015

Should I Refinance?

Many homeowners who wanted to refinance had opportunities to do so in recent years. But plenty still stand to benefit. At least 7.4 million homeowners with 30-year, fixed-rate loans can be refinanced, according to a report from mortgage analytics firm … Continue reading

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Don’t Lose Deals By Being Afraid To Think Outside the Box

By now, brokers and borrowers alike are very familiar with the benefits of a 30 year fixed mortgage.  Most of us cling to this structure because we perceive it as safe. It’s what our borrowers have heard about their entire … Continue reading

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REALTOR® Magazine live webcast to help real estate professionals understand the changes to the closing process

https://youtu.be/lKTcG4MFrFE REALTOR® Magazine presented a live webcast on July 16, 2015, to help real estate professionals understand the changes to the closing process that are scheduled to go into effect later this year. The program featured attorney Phil Schulman, a … Continue reading

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Tips and FAQs Regarding TRID

When TRID was originally announced it seemed like it would take forever to arrive at the launch date. I felt like I blinked and forever turned into just a few short days! After attending several trainings, meetings and webinars, Superior … Continue reading

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Mortgages for Canadian Citizens

One of the more popular retirement plans for many people who live in Canada is to buy a winter home in one of the “sand states” like Florida, Nevada, Arizona or California.  As a result of the real estate crash, … Continue reading

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Refinance Mortgage Loans To Its Highest Level

Refinance application volume grew 17% to its highest level since April of this year. Purchase apps increased 4% on a seasonally adjusted basis; 2% on an unadjusted basis. It was 25% higher than the same week a year ago. Refinancings … Continue reading

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