Posts tagged ‘mortgage’

  • Waiving Your Financing Condition

    Last Updated on November 10th, 2017

    If you waive your financing condition without a fully qualified commitment from your lender, you are taking a substantial financial risk. That said, most people still do this as a matter of course. Today’s post explains why this happens and gives you some tips on how to minimize your exposure if you decide to waive financing without a firm lender commitment in place.

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  • Fall Mortgage Market Update (2010)

    Last Updated on December 12th, 2018

    Today’s post is my quarterly update on the state of the mortgage market. It focuses on deleveraging, a necessary but painful process that is acting as a drag on economic growth (particularly in the US), and explains why I don’t think rates aren’t going anywhere fast.

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  • Budgeting for a Mortgage

    Last Updated on November 10th, 2017

    Budgeting is a lot like exercise. Everyone knows it’s good for you but most people procrastinate actually doing it. Today’s post outlines two ways to get on top of your finances: The Easy Way and The Hard Way.

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  • The Mortgage Deal of the Week

    Last Updated on November 10th, 2017

    Today’s post introduces a new feature on our website called “The Deal of the Week”, which highlights the best mortgage deal currently available. Our inaugural offer is one of the best to come along in a very long time.

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  • Eight Ways to Improve Your Credit Score

    Last Updated on November 10th, 2017

    When it comes to mortgage borrowing, your credit score can save you thousands of dollars. Check out today’s post to learn how to improve your score without having to turn your life upside-down in the process.

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