Home Mortgage Loans


Understanding your Home Mortgage Loan Agreement

Lenders lay out all their terms in detailed legal language in the home loan mortgage agreement. When you, the borrower, sign the agreement, you’re promising to repay the loan. Make sure to read your loan documents carefully and undersnad them. If it is your first time doing this, do your research and talk to experts or your real estate broker. Four basic areas are covered in the mortgage agreement. [READ MORE]


Take Action Against Mortgage Foreclosure

Take Action Against Mortgage Foreclosure

A lot of people have a problem with stopping the mortgage foreclosure that is put on their house. They will be frustrated and confused because of it and they will have a tough time understanding how to stop it. There are plenty of ways you can put a stop to mortgage foreclosure, but time is […]


Making Money With Green Building

Making Money With Green Building

If you pay attention to details, plan ahead and don’t make any costly mistakes, you can make money from green building. A contract that is well written is the biggest form of protection you can have as a builder. In that contract, everything should be outlined properly, both what you are responsible for and what […]




Promotion Tips to Create Real Estate Buyer Excitement

An open house should be an exciting event for everyone. If the seller has an agent, he or she should use all available tools to promote the open house. The seller can also take simple steps to call attention to the exciting opportunity that awaits his or her home’s new owner. For instance, attractive – […]


Looking For The Perfect Home

Written By: Marron Gildea Realtors For over twenty-five years, we have provided our customers with excellent service that is truly of quality standard. We have three offices that is quickly accessible for all our customers so we can advice them on the many services that we provide.  Are you looking for a new home for […]


How to Stage a Home for Immediate Sale

Staging, like the term in theater, involves setting the scene of a home. When you stage a home the goal is to make it look livable. It’s important for the seller to paint the picture of where the buyer can place his or her furniture. Staging is a selling tool, and it’s an art. It […]


How to know if you can afford taking out a mortgage on your home

Written byMarronGildea Realtors Taking out a mortgage can be a blessing or an incredibly huge burden. Whether you own Ridgewood real estate or any other property for that matter, a mortgage is a very serious thing to undertake. If you’re looking to take out a mortgage on your Ridgewood property, you need to make sure […]


How to distinguish a home inspector from an appraiser

Article written by Inspect a Home It’s completely understandable why you would mistake a home inspector for a home appraiser especially when you’re looking to mortgage your home. Right off the bat, it’s important to note that these two are separate and distinct from each other, having functions completely unrelated with one another. Say for […]




Fitch Rates Citigroup mortgage loan Trust 2014-J2

Fitch Ratings assigns the following ratings to Citigroup mortgage loan Trust 2014-J2 : More here:   Read More →


How Does A Reverse Mortgage Work?

The basics of getting a reverse mortgage, with detailed information on how to qualify and what to watch out for. Read more:  How Does A Reverse Mortgage Work?  Read More →


How Long Can I Lock In My Mortgage Rate?

The short answer is “yes,” but whether you want to lock a rate for that long is an open question. Read more from the original source:  How Long Can I Lock In My Mortgage Rate?  Read More →


Mortgage rates increase from 2014 low, Freddie Mac says

Mortgage rates rose this week from their lowest point in 2014, but lenders still offered a 30-year fixed loan below 4%, according to Freddie Mac’s weekly survey. View original here: Mortgage rates increase from 2014 low, Freddie Mac says  Read More →


Mortgage rates rebound

Average fixed mortgage rates moved higher this week, rebounding from the lowest rates of the year. See original here: Mortgage rates rebound  Read More →