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Small mortgage loans: Why are they so hard to find?
By Neil Pierson, Ask a Lender, June 6, 2018

Home mortgages less than $70,000 are hard to find, but these “small-dollar mortgages” are available through some credit unions, community banks and Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs). Learn how to finance your small dream home.


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Will the Upcoming USDA Loan Changes Affect Your Mortgage Eligibility?
By Kristin Jamieson, May 25, 2018

On June 4th, Central Florida will be subject to a new USDA map and loan alterations that could affect the eligibility of hundreds of local borrowers.


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100% home mortgage loan financing options are great!
By Corey Vandenberg, May 24, 2018

It’s worth looking into your next home mortgage loan at 100% financing! ​


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Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac ... A Home Buying Primer
By Dale Walker, March 26, 2018   |  Updated: April 26, 2018

understanding fannie mae and freddie mac


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Don't get locked out of the rising home market!
By Corey Vandenberg, February 28, 2018

More home mortgage loan options to help you


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Be Ready For The Tight Housing Market
By Jenny Machalicek, January 9, 2018

How will home buyers handle tight inventory levels in North Texas?


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MISCONCEPTIONS about the BARRIERS to BUYING a HOME.
By Steven Brand, January 5, 2018

Down-Payment Requirements to buy a home in today's market


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The myth of the first-time homebuyer loan
By Jasmine Whiting, Ask a Lender, January 4, 2018

What is a first-time homebuyer loan? Learn what financing options you have as a first-time buyer and whether you should consider a conventional mortgage.


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USDA 100% Financing
By Bill Stephens, December 13, 2017

What is a USDA Guaranteed Loan? ➤It is a Mortgage Loan that offers 100% Financing with Flexible Credit and Qualifying Guidelines  ➤Who is eligible? •Loan applicants must: •Have an adequate and dependable income •Be a US citizen or permanent resident •Have an adjusted annual income that does not exceed the limit for the county in which they are purchasing a home •Have a credit history that indicates a reasonable willingness to meet obligations and ability to repay their debts •Qualify within t.


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Obtain a mixed-use loan for small-business needs
By Neil Pierson, Ask a Lender, December 12, 2017

Looking for a business location and a place to live? Loans for these mixed-use facilities may be residential or commercial in nature, depending on several factors. Learn more.