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Tag Archives: FHA Mortgage

Mortgage Lending Limits To Increase Significantly For 2019

The Federal Housing Administration announced its new loan limits for 2019, and it looks like most of the country will see an increase. In high-cost areas, the new FHA loan limit ceiling increased to $726,525, up from $679,650 in 2018. The FHA will also increase its floor to $314,827, up from 2018’s $294,515.  These new […] …read more

Why & When Should You Consider An Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM)?

Long-term fixed mortgage rates have risen consistently through the 2018 year so far. When it comes to mortgages the rate of increase is influenced by our economy, among other indicators (such as the bond market and other financial markets). With rising interest rates (on mortgages) it can have an impact on some homebuyer’s purchase power. […] …read more

Mortgage Broker, Bank and Other

Are you looking for a home mortgage?  Where do you look first? The first place we tend to go is our bank.  We figure that it would be easier to go to our bank since all our finances are already there so it makes sense to consider getting a mortgage through the same financial institution.  […] …read more

FHA Loan Limits- 2017 Announced

HUD has released the 2017 FHA loan limits to take effect next month. Good news for FHA borrowers is that HUD kept in step with Fannie & Freddie on conventional mortgage loan limits. FHA loan limits are based on the county, so you will see ranges all over the board on the front range of […] …read more

FHA Good or Bad

I’m surprised to hear on a regular basis how a prospective client explains that they have been pre-approved with a lender. And that they strongly pushed away from an FHA loan, for many they weren’t even offered an FHA loan.   FHA loans are designed to help more people buy a home because they require […] …read more