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Physician Loan

Renovation Home Loans

Posted on May 9, 2018 in Mortgage

One of the questions we have been getting a lot is, do you have renovation loans? And, what is a renovation loan?

A renovation loan is a loan that will enable you to acquire the property,

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Physician Relocation

Posted on Apr 26, 2018 in Doctor Mortgage, Physician Loan

 

Our team often deals with medical professionals relocating across the country or just simply one state to another to start new employment whether that be completing med school and starting residency, residency to fellowship or practice or from one attending job to another. 

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Rent Vs Buy, What’s Your Best Option in Today’s Market?

Posted on Apr 24, 2018 in Financing, Mortgage, News

I just had a phone call with a client who asked the question: “Josh, we have about 10% to put down and we’re trying to figure out should we wait another year so that we have saved up 20% for a down payment,

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Do I Need A Down Payment To Purchase A Home?

Posted on Apr 9, 2018 in Housing, Mortgage

Do I need a down payment to purchase a home?
This is a question we get asked quite often by first-time home buyers and the answer is, NO. Many first time homebuyers may qualify for down payment assistance*.

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Rising Mortgage Rates DO NOT Lead to Decreased Home Prices

Posted on Mar 26, 2018 in Housing, Real Estate, Real Estate Investing, Uncategorized

A lot of people think that rising interest rates will result in lower house prices. What they don’t know is prices are determined by supply and demand.  While rising rates may slow demand, they also affect supply.

“For current homeowners,

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What Is An Escrow Account?

Posted on Mar 22, 2018 in Mortgage

Many people wonder what an escrow account is, so what is it?

What is an escrow account? When you’re buying a new home, you’ll set up an escrow account, which will be the account in which your taxes and insurance are paid annually when they come due.

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