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Mortgage Loans are Your Key to Owning the House of Your Dreams

If you’re looking to buy a home, be it for the first time or the fourth, you’ve most likely already thought about what many consumers find to be the most daunting aspect of the buying process: where, how, and from whom to get your mortgage loan. In reality, there’s no need to be intimidated by this critical step, for although there are many options out there, armed with a little knowledge you’ll be prepared to select the right one for your needs, preferences, and budget. Submit the form above to acquire your own mortgage consultant to help you get started with the mortgage process and explain which type of loan is best. We’re always here to help.

Be Prepared to Face the Mortgage Loans Market

Boiled down to basics, there are two kinds of mortgage loans. Fixed rate mortgages are repaid at a set monthly amount over a set period of time – say 15 or 30 years. Alternatively, monthly payments on adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs) vary depending on changes in the interest rate over time. If the interest rate is low, your payment will decrease, but when it is high, your payment will increase. When helping you consider which type of mortgage loan is best for your, your consultant will take into account your current financial situation, how long you plan on keeping your house, your expectations of financial change, and whether you would be comfortable with payments that varied from month to month. Other considerations will include your credit score and whether you qualify for any special mortgage loan programs such as Federal Housing Administration (FHA) or VA loans.

The price of your monthly payment depends on several factors, including the amount of your original loan (your principal), interest rates and loan origination fees charged by the mortgage lender. In many cases, it is possible to “roll” these additional fees into your monthly plan, leaving you with more disposable income at the beginning of the process, but increasing your rates over time. On the Internet, you’ll find many mortgage calculators that will help you project your monthly costs based on financial and geographical information. An educated consumer is a prepared consumer, so take some time to familiarize yourself with these terms before approaching a mortgage lender.

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