Sheet Mulching: How to Smother Weeds, Build Soil & Conserve Water the Easy Way
Why would you want to do all that the hard way?
What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week
Last week’s readings on new and existing home sales provided further evidence of strengthening housing markets. Both categories of home sales exceeded December’s readings. Consumer sent…
Summit Mortgage Corporation Named Top Ranking Lender
We’re proud to announce that Summit Mortgage Corporation has been named as a Top Ranking Lender by the Portland Business Journal in 2016. This list ranked local metro residential loans closed in 2016 based on information provided through questionnaires. Summit … Continued
What to consider with a Second Mortgage
homeowners that have gotten over the huge bust of the last of the last cycle when so many home values went underwater are considering second mortgages.
How to Grow Your Savings Every Day This Week
Quick ways to reboost your savings this week — LearnVest Tax tips for freelancers — Lifehacker 8 reasons you need to start buying local
Understanding What a “Piggyback” Mortgage Loan Is and How It Works
As a potential homebuyer who is new to the market, many of the terms and mortgage products available to you can be more than a little confusing. Piggyback loans might be a little less familiar than…
Understanding What a "Piggyback" Mortgage Loan Is and How It Works
As a potential homebuyer who is new to the market, many of the terms and mortgage products available to you can be more than a little confusing. Piggyback loans might be a little less familiar than many other options, but if you're ready to jump into the housing market this type of mortgage can be useful for you. If you're hoping to invest in a home sooner rather than later, here are the details on this type of loan.
Quick Financial Tip: Mortgage Process
Our goal is simple: To improve the financial well-being of our members. This also happens to be the mission statement at Mutual 1st Federal. We want to make ...
McLean Mortgage Corporation » How Tough is it to Get Approved? Special Real Estate Report
Not as Tough as Most Believe How tough is it to get approved for a mortgage? How low can your FICO credit score go before your lender shows you the door? And how much monthly debt can you be shouldering — credit cards, student loans, auto payments — but still walk away with the home loan you’re seeking? You might be surprised. New data from technology company Ellie Mae, whose loan application and management software is widely used in the residential finance field, reveals that even if you’ve got what seems to be a deal-killing low FICO score or you’re carrying a high amount of debt, you still might have a shot at qualifying for a home loan to buy the house you want Consider some of these findings from Ellie Mae’s latest…
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…