Tag: Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac

Should I Buy Now or Wait? That’s a great question that I am asked a lot!  Here are some points to ponder.  Interest rates are historically low.  There is a cost to waiting when housing prices rise, and rents rise.  If you are curious, let’s talk and figure it out.

Related Article Title: Fannie & Freddie Announce Agency Credit Score Solicitation – Dated February 18, 2020 Written by: Lloyd Rutherford, Staff Writer Just when you think you have mastered the credit scoring models, the agencies let you know that they may be changing them.  Read through this article to see what may be happening to […]

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Did you know that your home financing options become very limited when you move a manufactured home from its original site to another site? Before you make that decision, let’s talk and figure out the best options for you!

Did you know that your home financing options become very limited when you move a manufactured home from its original site to another site? Before you make that decision, let’s talk and figure out the best options for you!

Related Article Title: Moving a Manufactured Home from the Original Site Question: I have a manufactured home that was moved onto its permanent site, from the site it was originally built on by the manufacturer. Will Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac allow this? Answer: Unfortunately, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac clearly mention that this is not […]

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Industry Game Changer! The new mortgage loan application has been dramatically redesigned and will be mandatory for all applications by November 1, 2020.  If your office would like a quick overview of what has changed, let’s get that scheduled!

Industry Game Changer! The new mortgage loan application has been dramatically redesigned and will be mandatory for all applications by November 1, 2020.  If your office would like a quick overview of what has changed, let’s get that scheduled!

Related Article Title: Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Publish “Go Live” Date for New Redesigned 1003 – Dated January 29, 2020 Written by: Lloyd Rutherford, Staff Writer There have been a lot of changes and also changed effective dates for the new loan application.  Stay up to date on what changed…again…and what you should prepare […]

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If English is not your first language, you may feel intimidated by the home financing process. We have resources to help you understand financing a home that are written in your native language. Contact me and let’s discuss.

If English is not your first language, you may feel intimidated by the home financing process. We have resources to help you understand financing a home that are written in your native language. Contact me and let’s discuss.

Related Article Title: Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac – Resources for Limited English Proficient Borrowers Written by: Lloyd Rutherford, Staff Writer Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the CFPB are making it easier for lenders to step outside of their comfort zone when it comes to providing loan documents in other languages. This update reviews what […]

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No Credit Score?  There are home financing programs available for people who do not have a credit score, so don’t let that hold you back!  Let’s discuss your situation to find out some of your options.

No Credit Score?  There are home financing programs available for people who do not have a credit score, so don’t let that hold you back!  Let’s discuss your situation to find out some of your options.

Related Article Title: Conventional Loans with No Credit Score? Question: Can you get a Conventional loan with no traditional credit and no credit scores?  If so, what are the parameters,  and guidelines that must be met? Answer: Yes, both Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae will allow it.  However, Freddie allows you to go to 95% […]

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