Are you looking to get into the Denver housing market? You’re not the only one. In an ultra-competitive market such as ours, a Colorado mortgage broker like myself can help you gain the advantage you need. The Denver real estate market continued its red-hot ways last month and there is no sign of a slow-down [...]
Benefits of a Home Ready Mortgage Home buying is at a 60 year low. The millennial market represents a huge market in purchasing power, however they are postponing home ownership due to student loan debt, travel experiences, and no money being able to be put aside. In an effort to create a new program that [...]
When it comes to purchasing or selling a home in Denver, it is a good idea to contact a Denver mortgage broker, like myself, who can provide guidance for such a busy real estate market. The cost of a home in Denver continues to rise significantly. In the Metropolitan Denver area the median value of [...]
The Mortgage Credit Certificate, aka MCC, is a certificate issued by certain state and local governments that allows a taxpayer to claim a tax credit for part of the mortgage interest paid during a given year. This program is offered in Colorado, and our company, The Mortgage Network, is proud to have this affiliation to [...]
Watching the State of the Union Address last night, one would think that President Obama is winning on all fronts with the way he speaks about everything. What he is asking for however, is a VOTE. On many topics, including increased gun laws, jobs, and more specifically, the allowance of every homeowner underwater on their [...]
When applying for a loan, there are specific documents you need to bring in order to be considered. Sometimes it is a little unclear about what to bring, so below I have written a little bit about each document needed. Verification of Income Earnings Statement: W-2 forms, recent pay stubs and tax returns from the [...]
In this day and age, loans can be an extremely confusing fact in life. One loan that has been coming under question recently is the Harp 2.0 loan. With many confused loan holders, there has been many questions regarding this loan and to how it works. What is the Harp 2.0 Loan exactly? The HARP, [...]
According to the Federal Home Finance Agency's Home Price Index, home prices rose a seasonally-adjusted 0.3 percent between January and February 2012.
After a series of worse-than-expected data last month, the housing market appears to be back on track.
Sales of new homes ticked lower in March, unexpectedly.