Why Now is the Time to Take Advantage of Mortgage Interest Rates.

Posted by GO Mortgage Team on 1/11/19 3:50 PM

Homebuyers Act Fast on Plunging Mortgage Rates.

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Topics: mortgage interest rates, home loan advisor, first-time homeubyer, hombuyer

Mistake on Your Credit Report - Now What?

Posted by GO Mortgage Team on 1/4/19 1:20 PM

Since your credit score plays a large role in your ability to qualify for a mortgage loan, it’s important to review your credit report once a year. 

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Topics: credit qualifying, credit score, credit report, credit problems

What You Don't Know About Your Credit Score Could Cost You!

Posted by GO Mortgage Team on 12/21/18 4:01 PM

Your credit score is a big factor in determining your ability to qualify for a mortgage loan. Many first-time homebuyers believe that they need a 'perfect' credit score in order to secure financing. This is a misconception, there are home loans available that only require a minimum of a 580-credit score. 

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Topics: minimum credit score, credit qualifying, credit score, homebuyers, first time homebuyer

Building Dreams

Posted by GO Mortgage Team on 12/14/18 1:46 PM

According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR), thirty percent of people born between 1980 and 2000 are buying homes for $300,000 and above this year, skipping the starter home and purchasing their dream home as their first home.

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Topics: single close construction loan, building a new house, Construction Loans, new home

More Than Meets the Eye with Manufactured and Module Homes

Posted by GO Mortgage Team on 12/7/18 12:29 PM

Manufactured and modular homes have dramatically changed in appearance and quality over the years and are fast becoming a great alternative for first-time homebuyers. 

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Topics: modular homes, manufactured homes, single close construction loan

Interest Rates - What Can You Do?

Posted by GO Mortgage Team on 11/30/18 2:47 PM

Mortgage rates have a significant role in how much home you can afford.  If you feel like you missed getting a low mortgage rate, keep in mind current rates are still lower than they were 10 years ago and historically, they are still very good.

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Topics: mortgage interest rates, interest rates