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Mortgage News

What Should I Expect When My ARM Mortgage Rate Resets?  

An adjustable rate mortgage (ARM) is an option for financing your home. Unlike a fixed-rate mortgage that will have the same interest rate locked in for its entire duration, ARMs have an initial fixed rate period at the beginning of the mortgage loan's life, but then the interest rate changes periodically after that. The most popular ARM is 5/1, where the fixed interest rate lasts for five years, then the interest rate changes every year after that. 

How Many Discount and Origination Points Should I Expect to Pay with Different Mortgage Rates?

When talking about mortgages, “points” is usually a term with a negative connotation. However, not all points are created equal and certain types of points can actually be beneficial to the borrower by lowering their rates. When comparing mortgage rates, you should have a general idea of what points may be applied to your account and how much you can expect to pay back to lenders. 

Everything You Need to Know About Stated Income Mortgage Loan Programs

Listening to the news, one hears a lot about home loans that no longer exist. New regulations require mortgage lenders to offer mortgages with austere guidelines on borrower’s debt-to-income ratios and income and low flexibility. These loans are called "qualified mortgages" (QM)s. Lenders who fund them get many benefits, like the ability to sell these loans as mortgage-backed securities, as well as protection from litigation in a borrower default. That makes QMs attractive and many lenders won't issue other kinds of home loans.