Real Cost For First Time Buyers [Infographic]

Let’s be honest: the recession that hit the U.S economy only a few years ago hit us all pretty hard. This truth is especially evident for the generation of young adults who recently graduated from colleges across the country-many of whom left their schools with unimaginable amounts of debt and few jobs available to them […]

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Mortgage Rates Spike On Janet Yellen’s Testimony

After trending lower for most part of 2014, mortgage rates have started edging up. Janet Yellen’s first testimony to the Congress as the new Fed Chairperson was the trigger behind the mortgage backed securities (MBS) rout. When MBS go down in price, mortgage rates go up. Yellen made it clear that she would continue the […]

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6 Silicon Valley Schools Rank In The Top 25 High Schools In the Country

There is a reason why Silicon Valley is one of the hottest real estate markets in the country. Home to top tech companies, coolest start-ups, thriving job market, and 300 days of sunshine each year – its not hard to think why! But there is one other reason too – top schools. Silicon Valley boasts […]

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7 Reasons Why You Should Refinance Now, Even If You Think You Can’t

If your rates are below the current market rate and you thought you couldn’t refinance – think again. There are several reasons to refinance. In some cases, even if you get rates higher than your current rates you could still end up saving a ton of cash. Stay with me and you will find out […]

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[Infographic] How To Spot The Best Rental Market

Unlike the real lottery, hitting the rental property jackpot requires experience, knowledge, and skill. You need to know exactly what to look for and where to look for it. Without both of these factors you can easily find yourself buying a rental property sinkhole. We’ve put together a collection of facts and tips to help […]

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Qualifying for a Mortgage On EAD and H1B, L or O Work Visas

If you are a non-permanent resident on a valid work permit like H1B, L1A, L1B or O Visa or an Employment Authorization Document (EAD), you need to be aware of few mortgage guidelines to qualify for Conventional or FHA loan. The following base qualification is required: 2 years of employment history in the US (In […]

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FAQs About Getting A Mortgage Pre-Approval

Whether you are a first time home buyer, looking to buy a second home or an investment property, the first step in the process is to get pre-approved. What is a pre-approval? A pre-approval is a process where a lender reviews your income, employment, credit and assets. After reviewing the credit qualifications, the lender will […]

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2014 FHA Loan Limits For All California Counties

FHA recently announced the 2014 loan limits for all counties in California and rest of the country. In a significant move, the FHA maximum loan limits for 1-unit properties have been reduced from the current $729,750 to $625,500. California will see the biggest impact of this reduction, more so San Francisco Bay Area counties like […]

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4 Things That Will Make Home Financing More Difficult in 2014

If you thought lending environment in 2013 was tough, think again. 2014 promises to get worse. Whether you are buying a new home or refinancing your current one, getting a mortgage will be stricter and more expensive. Lets take a look at top 4 changes taking place in 2014 that promises to make life more […]

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12 Ways to Secure a Down Payment for Your Mortgage

If you are a first time home buyer in California (or anywhere else in the country) one of the biggest challenges could be to accumulate the necessary down payment. I have put together the most comprehensive list of possible down payment sources. Below are listed 12 different ways to secure a down payment for your […]

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