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  • These Grocers Could Offer Value to Your Home
    It turns out Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s can offer more than fuel for your family, they can boost the value of your home.   A recent Zillow analysis found that homes near high-end food stores, like Whole Foods and Traders Joe’s, are worth more and appreciate faster compared to the typical U.S. home.   Zillow examined a total of 2.7 million homes within 1 mile of […] The post These Grocers Could O...
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  • 8 Things to Avoid if You Are Trying to Buy a Home
    If you are in the market to buy a home, you want to ensure you are setting yourself up in the best position possible so you can seal the deal when the time is right. Here are 8 things to avoid if you plan on buying a home anytime soon! Sources: http://jensenandcompany.com/8-things-not-to-do-in-your-quest-to-buy-a-house-infographic/ The post 8 Things to Avoid if You Are Trying to Buy a Home appeare...
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  • 2017 Fall Trends for Revamping Your Home
    If you’re in the market for a new home or simply wanting to remodel for this upcoming season, we have the perfect trends to create that classic Fall home! Fall is a season for cinnamon candles, pumpkin spice and gathering with your loved ones. That’s why, we’ve compiled a list of ways to revamp your […] The post 2017 Fall Trends for Revamping Your Home appeared first on Eagle Home Mortgage - The F...
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  • The Equifax Data Breach: What to Do
    If you have a credit report, there’s a good chance that you’re one of the 143 million American consumers whose sensitive personal information was exposed in a data breach at Equifax, one of the nation’s three major credit reporting agencies. Here are the facts, according to Equifax. The breach lasted from mid-May through July. The […] The post The Equifax Data Breach: What to Do appeared first on ...
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  • 6 Simple Ways to Save Money Around Your Home
    Whether you are saving for your next big move, a new car, or simply want some extra cash on hand, there are countless ways to save around your home – without altering your lifestyle. Consider these 6 simple steps to start saving today.   1. Cook with a Conscience Groceries can become a big chunk of monthly expenses. The […] The post 6 Simple Ways to Save Money Around Your Home appeared first on Ea...
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  • Home Buying for Unmarried Couples: Factors to consider
    Serious young couples used to mark their commitment to each other with an engagement ring, but now they’re in the market for a bigger asset: a set of shiny new house keys. One in four couples between the ages of 18 and 34 bought a house together before they were married, according to a study […] The post Home Buying for Unmarried Couples: Factors to consider appeared first on Eagle Home Mortgage -...
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  • 4 Common Questions about Interest Rate & APR
    The mortgage process can get confusing. One aspect of the process that will come into conversation frequently is your interest rate and annual percentage rate. Before you consider locking in any rates, get the answers to the 4 most commonly asked questions about rates. Understanding the difference could save thousands.   1. What’s the difference between the mortgage […] The post 4 Common Questions...
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  • Why Millennials Should Invest in Homeownership
    Millennials today are eager to find success in their careers and grow a life they love. With such a bright future ahead, there is a lot to look forward to, and a heavy pressure to not fall behind. According to Fannie Mae’s National Housing Survey, 93 percent of young adults say they are likely to buy a home someday. Millennials desire to one day be homeowners, however, […] The post Why Millennials...
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  • 5 Ways to Know If a Neighborhood is Dog-Friendly
    Look for these puppy-friendly factors before making your move With more than 36% of U.S. households including a dog (according to a 2012 survey from the American Veterinary Medical Foundation), it’s no surprise that finding a pet-friendly neighborhood is an important consideration for many home buyers. But how can you tell which neighborhoods — even in […] The post 5 Ways to Know If a Neighborhood...
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  • What Does It Mean to Refinance Your Home?
    Mortgage Refinance: You Have Questions What does it mean to refinance your home? If you’ve never refinanced your home mortgage before, it might seem a little confusing or complicated. To refinance your home means you replace the mortgage you have with a new one, with better terms. The Refinance Decision People refinance for many reasons. The […] The post What Does It Mean to Refinance Your Home? a...
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  • 10 Ways to Decorate Your Home for a Labor Day Party
    As summer is coming to end, make sure you take this opportunity to throw a memorable last lawn party for Labor Day Weekend! What better way to celebrate this holiday than with a patriotic-themed party? Here are a few ways you can spruce up your home and impress your guest without burning a hole in […] The post 10 Ways to Decorate Your Home for a Labor Day Party appeared first on Eagle Home Mortgag...
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  • 8 Ways to Increase Your Home Value on a Budget
    Make a few strategic upgrades and add big value to your home 8 home upgrades under $1,000  Install a programmable thermostat Heating your home accounts for more than 40% of its total energy usage, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Programmable thermostats allow you to customize a temperature profile throughout the day. Reducing the temperature inside […] The post 8 Ways to Increase Your ...
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  • Tips to prepare for homeownership:
    -Decide how much home you can afford with the help of a UAMC loan officer. A pre-qualification will be helpful in determining how large of a mortgage you can afford. -Develop a wish list of what you’d like your home to have. Make a list of wants and needs. -Determine if you have enough saved to cover your down payment and closing costs. -Get your credit in order if needed. Our Home Buyer Solution...
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  • How are closing costs calculated?
    Closing costs cover the amount of money you pay to close a mortgage loan, aside from the down payment. The closing cost fees are generally placed into one of three categories: • Lender fees - costs associated with the lender •Title fees - costs the title or settlement agent will charge to handle the transaction •Escrows/Impounds - money collected upfront to pay your taxes and insurance
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  • What is the credit score range?
    Most people are familiar with the FICO score version of the credit score. Scores on the FICO scale range from 300 to 850. However, there isn’t just one credit score range to go by. There are different types of credit scores, and each of them has its own range. This is the main reason why when you look at a consumer credit report versus a mortgage or lender report, you notice a difference in the sc...
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  • Co-signing a Loan
    You should not co-sign a loan for anyone while your loan is being processed. Any changes to your credit report could negatively affect the closing of your loan. Co-signing any type of loan could result in inquiries and additional financial obligations that could hurt your credit score.
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  • What are inquiries and how do they affect my FICO score?
    As far as your FICO score is concerned, credit inquiries are classified as either “hard inquiries” or “soft inquiries,” and only hard inquiries have an effect on your FICO score. Soft inquiries are all credit inquiries where your credit is not being reviewed by a prospective lender. These include: credit checks made by businesses to offer you goods or services, inquiries made by businesses with wh...
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  • How to Save Money & Energy this Summer
    As summer rolls in and temperatures rise, so can your energy bill. It’s time to make sure you and your home are ready for the heat! Here are some strategies from energy.gov to help you save energy and still keep your family cool during the summer months. 1. Utilize Your Windows Natural ventilation is a great way to increase air flow in your house without moving your thermostat. On cool […] The pos...
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  • What is a good credit utilization ratio?
    Your credit utilization which is the amount of your credit card balance compared to the credit limit affects 30% of your credit score. Using less of your credit gives you a lower credit utilization and is best for your credit score. The best credit utilization is 0%. That means you are not using any of your available balance. A credit utilization ratio less than 30% is still good for your credit s...
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  • Calculated Credit
    Generally, here’s how credit scores are calculated: Issue: Late payment history Weighting: 35% Issue: Balances versus limits Weighting: 30% Issue: Length of credit history Weighting: 15% Issue: Type of credit Weighting: 10% Issue: Number of inquiries Weighting: 10%
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  • What is a USDA loan?
    A USDA loan is a mortgage loan helping to extend homeownership by offering 100% financing opportunities to individuals and families who buy a home in designated rural areas. This program assists in providing low to moderate income households the opportunity to own their own home in eligible rural areas.
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  • Home Owners Insurance
    You should research and choose a homeowners insurance company before closing. Make sure to obtain your homeowners insurance no less than 15 days prior to closing. Review your insurance documents to verify that your mailing address and property address are correct when purchasing/refinancing your primary residence.
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  • What information goes into calculating a credit score?
    Credit scores use information from 3 key areas of your credit report. Account information such as credit cards, auto loans, student loans, mortgages and rent. Public records such as tax liens or bankruptcies. And inquiries, these are requests by lenders to review your credit. Information such as race, gender, where you live and marital status are not used in credit scores.
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  • What is title insurance?
    Title insurance is insurance which protects the lender against any claims that may arise from arguments about ownership of the property; also available for homebuyers. It is an insurance policy which guarantees the accuracy of a title search protecting against errors.
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  • Who is an appraiser?
    An appraiser is a qualified individual who uses his or her experience and knowledge to prepare the appraisal estimate. Assessor: a government official who is responsible for determining the value of a property for the purpose of taxation.
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  • What is loan-to-value ratio (LTV)?
    Loan-to-value ratio, otherwise known as LTV, is a percentage calculated by dividing the amount borrowed by the price or appraised value of the home to be purchased.
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  • Maintain Credit Score Part 2
    Maintain your credit score by keeping a good payment history. Paying bills on time is one of the best ways to help maintain a good credit score. If your payments are late by 30, 60, 90 days or more, your score drops accordingly.

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