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  • 1). Mortgage Refinancing Below 500 FICO  By : Tristan Hunt
    If you have been turned down for a mortgage refinance, especially a cash out or debt consolidation refinance, because your lender says your credit score is under 500, there are a variety of new options and strategies available which can help you get the cash you need now to pay off your credit card debts, collection accounts, and other derogatory or poor credit accounts and improve your FICO credit score to the point where you can qualify for a low interest, fixed rate loan.
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  • 7). Mortgage Terms and Definitions  By : Dan Lewis
    The mortgage process can be a little confusing if you aren't familiar with the terms used in the process. To help you out, here is a list of terms with corresponding mortgage definitions. Broker: An independent mortgage professional that oversees the entire home loan process. Lender: The business entity providing and funding the home loan. Processor: Prepares your loan for underwriting.
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  • 11). Mortgage Cycling Secrets Revealed  By : Steve Gillman
    Have you heard about mortgage cycling? Maybe you've seen the ads for books on this "secret technique" for paying off your mortgage sooner. Is there some useful information in them? Yes, especially if you are not familiar with the basic premise that you can pay extra principle every year and you'll pay off the loan sooner and save thousands on interest.
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  • 12). 100% Financing Or No Down Payment & Bad Credit Mortgage Loans  By : Carrie Reeder
    Sub-prime lenders now offer financing packages with zero down. Interest rates are higher on these types of loans, but they make purchasing a house easier. And unlike a conventional loan, there is no private mortgage insurance required. There are two types of zero-down mortgage packages, each with their own requirements. Types Of Zero-Down Loans 100% financing, as it names implies, offers complete financing of your property.
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  • 13). Become a Mortgage Broker  By : Joe Kocsis
    We all strive for success by studying for university degrees, attend courses and continuously look for a spark for direction in life and it's not until we see a professional person in front of us that we realise that it's a job that we would like to do. It seems easy watching that individual working at the height of their career without realising what price they have had to pay to achieve success.
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  • 14). Fixed Rate Mortgage Loans - Understanding The Basics  By : Carrie Reeder
    Fixed rate mortgages are the most common type of mortgage loan for home buyers. With predictable payments, long term homeowners can plan their budgets and guard against rising interest rates. But a fixed rate mortgage is not for everyone with its higher interest rates and a reduction in your buying power. Fixed Rate Mortgage Features A fixed rate mortgage features set rates, long term low monthly payments, and low risk.

  • 16). Fha Mortgage Loans - The Benefits Of An FHA Mortgage  By : Carrie Reeder
    The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) insures mortgages to allow low to moderate income families to purchase their own home. With government backing, families can buy a home at a lower initial cost. However, there are limitations with this program. Mortgage Insurance – Section 203(b) The FHA provides mortgage insurance, not mortgage loans to families.

  • 17). Mortgage Adviser Courses  By : Joe Kocsis
    If you are looking to start a career in Financial Services as a mortgage advisor but are finding it hard to get your foot in the door, let a dedicated team of industry-experienced CeMAP training professionals lead the way. People travel to mortgage adviser courses from all parts of the country including England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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  • 18). What Do The Terms APR, AER And EAR Mean?  By : Michael Challiner
    Mortgage lenders have a derogatory name for people who switch mortgage lenders to follow lower rates – they call them “Rate Tarts”. The author has a much more apt description – Shrewd Shoppers! After all, who spends more for exactly the same product, in this case money, when you can get it cheaper elsewhere? After all a £ from one lender as effective.
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  • 19). Basic Mortgage Terms  By : Joseph Kenny
    If it is your first time applying for a mortgage, there are a number of terms you should know. Educating yourself on the various mortgage terms you will run into will help you make better decisions when deciding which home you want to purchase. When you sign a mortgage contract, your home is used for collateral and it is your responsibility to make sure your payments are made on time each month.
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  • 20). Offset Mortgages. A dream for well off homeowners.  By : Michael Challiner
    Offset mortgages represent one of the biggest mortgage innovations seen in recent years. Six years ago there was hardly an offset mortgage to be seen. Now they and the current account mortgage, to which they are closely related, account for £10 out of every £100 of new lending. What's more, one of the UK 's large lenders believes that 25% of existing mortgage holders would be better off with an offset mortgage.
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  • 25). Remortgages - Worth The Switch?  By : Joseph Kenny
    It’s becoming more popular to remortgage your house these days – all this means is switching to a different mortgage and sometimes a different lender to take advantage of a better deal. If your circumstances have changed since you first took out your mortgage, you may find you want to switch to a new mortgage that better suits you. Likewise, if you chose a mortgage with a special rate for the first few years, once it reverts you’re paying more than other mortgages.
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