PHOENIX HOME BUYER FOUNDATION PROGRAM

PHOENIX HOME BUYER FOUNDATION PROGRAM
Posted Tuesday August 16, 2011 in Phoenix Mortgage Advice

PHOENIX HOME BUYER FOUNDATION PROGRAM Helping families rebuild the foundation after suffering from a foreclosure or short sale. What is Phoenix Home Buyer Foundation Program? Phoenix Home Buyer Foundation Program was founded on the idea to assist people in purchasing a home again and help stabilize home prices in the Phoenix community at the same…

What Happens After My Home Loan Is Approved?

What Happens After My Home Loan Is Approved?
Posted Thursday May 5, 2011 in Phoenix Mortgage Advice

Congratulations!  Your loan is approved.  The closing documents should be sent to the title company in the next 24 hours.  Once the title company receives them, they will prepare the final settlement statement or HUD-1.  The HUD-1 is then sent back to our funding department so we can approve the final figures and check for compliance.  Once…

Why A Lender Pre-Approval Would Be Worthless

Why A Lender Pre-Approval Would Be Worthless
Posted Friday January 14, 2011 in Phoenix Mortgage Advice

I received a phone call today from a real estate broker that I have worked with over the last few years.  I have some very loyal clients that I've done many loans for when they have purchased homes in Phoenix.  These clients actually found her after I had pre-approved them.  They have purchased a few…

Questions To Ask Your Phoenix Lender About Mortgage Rates

Questions To Ask Your Phoenix Lender About Mortgage Rates
Posted Saturday November 20, 2010 in Phoenix Mortgage Advice

As consumers, we've all been taught that shopping around for a mortgage to get the best deal is critical. When shopping for your Phoenix home mortgage, it's fairly easy to check online or make some phone calls to determine rates. Once you have had an opportunity to narrow down your search for the right lender,…

Have Collections???? Your Phoenix Home Mortgage May Be Declined

Have Collections???? Your Phoenix Home Mortgage May Be Declined
Posted Wednesday September 29, 2010 in Phoenix Mortgage Advice

Conventional, FHA and VA mortgage loans in Phoenix may soon become harder to obtain for those with a troubled credit history. Currently, a borrower with up to $5,000 in collections may still eligible to purchase a home in Phoenix, in many cases. The new guideline change could also affect current Phoenix home purchase transactions you may have in process.  The…

Can I Purchase A Phoenix Home If My Spouse Has A Short Sale?

Can I Purchase A Phoenix Home If My Spouse Has A Short Sale?
Posted Friday July 23, 2010 in Phoenix Mortgage Advice

Short sales, in most cases, are one of the most economical solutions for all parties involved when a borrower can no longer afford their home. The bank typically incurs a smaller financial loss than would result from an ultimate foreclosure or continued delinquency on the mortgage payments. Borrowers may be able to soften the overall…

Do I Need To Sell My Phoenix Home Before I Can Qualify For A New Mortgage On Another Property?

Do I Need To Sell My Phoenix Home Before I Can Qualify For A New Mortgage On Another Property?
Posted Thursday July 8, 2010 in Phoenix Mortgage Advice

Although every situation is unique, it is still possible to qualify to purchase a new home while keeping your current primary residence in Phoenix.   Perhaps you are outgrowing your current house, or have been forced to relocate due to a job transfer? Regardless of the motivation for keeping one property while purchasing another, let’s address this question with the Phoenix home…

Seven Things Your Phoenix Real Estate Agent Should Know About Your Mortgage Approval

Seven Things Your Phoenix Real Estate Agent Should Know About Your Mortgage Approval
Posted Wednesday June 9, 2010 in Phoenix Mortgage Advice

  Many experienced real estate agents in the Phoenix metropolitan are have a general understanding of the mortgage approval process, but there are a few important details that frequently get overlooked which may cause your loan to be delayed or denied when you're buying your new home. New Federal and State regulation, updated disclosure policies, appraisal guidelines,…

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