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The Future Of Homes Starts Now

[fa icon="calendar'] May 3, 2018 8:30:00 PM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in Active Military and Veterans, VA loans, title insurance, prepaids, housing affordability, mortgage information, transitioning into homeownership, home appraisal, rental property, mortgage underwriting, home building, awards, natural disasters, student loan debt, federal reserve, real estate scam, home builder confidence, inflation, overcoming real estate fears, home financing, disaster recovery, mortgage credit, holiday season, home prices, obstacles to homeownership, mortgage savings, today's interest rates, re-apply for a mortgage, relationship status, room-rental services, housing options, mortgage scam, pay off your mortgage, advantages of choosing a mortgage lender, mortgage qualification, 3% down mortgage, mortgage refinancing, private mortgage insurance, mortgage pre-approval, pmi rates, non-farm payroll, credit cards, buying a vacation home, applying for a loan, mortgage rate, loan candidate, housing market, mortgage process, technology, realtor tips, first time homeowner, homeownership, home ownership, renting vs. buying, expenses, first time home owner, buying vs. renting, selling your home

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As homes evolve over the years incorporating new technology and innovation into them, current and future home owners have to be sure to keep up on what's coming next. Think smart. Homes are getting faster and more environmentally friendly all over the world and consumers expect them to be in prime locations. People are willing to have a more compact living space in order to be in a prime area featuring restaurants, bars, grocery stores they can walk to instead of using their car.

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Invest In Real Estate While You're Young

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 23, 2018 12:00:00 PM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in prepaids, Active Military and Veterans, VA loans, title insurance, housing affordability, mortgage information, home appraisal, mortgage after divorce, transitioning into homeownership, rental property, mortgage underwriting, fha 203k loans, mortgage market, homebuying tricks, student loan debt, federal reserve, fannie mae, mortgage tax deductions, property taxes, FICO Scores, closing costs, mortgage credit, mortgage credit availability, holiday season, stock market, housing industry, single women homebuyers, homebuilder sentiment, obstacles to homeownership, mortgage calculator tricks, community development block grant, lender lingo, credit card rule, mortgage stress, Announcements, home inspection, interest rates, co-signing a mortgage, job change, getting mortgage approved, room-rental services, louisiana floods, homebuyers, beat an all-cash offer, first time home sellers, brexit, mortgage pre-approval, pmi, money, credit cards, investment, trid, applying for a loan, economy, loans, loan payments, tips, real estate market, fha loan, mortgage process, technology, realtor tips, homeownership

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The first taste of living by your own rules can feel pretty liberating, but can feel burdening if your future plans keep haunting you in your sleep.

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How the New Tax Reform Affects Deductions for Homeowners and Home Sellers

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 2, 2018 5:30:58 PM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in mortgage pre-approval, private mortgage insurance, pmi rates, mortgage refinancing, pmi, tax benefits, 3% down mortgage, money, credit cards, investment, second home, buying a vacation home, mortgage, trid, applying for a loan, economy, loans, renovation, housing market, fha loan, technology, buying vs. renting, homeownership, first time homeowner, home ownership, expenses, selling your home, real estate, renting vs. buying, mortgage process, tips, realtor tips, first time home owner, loan candidate, standard loans, mortgage rate, loan payments, 203K Streamline, rent rates, home buying, mortgage news, first time home buyers, real estate market, mortgage rates, mortgage qualification, first time home sellers

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January 1, 2018, President Donald Trump’s new 7 year tax reform law became effective.

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3 Useful Tips to Keep in Mind When Applying for a Mortgage

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 13, 2017 11:49:08 AM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in applying for a loan, mortgage news

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Applying for a mortgage can be overwhelming. There are so many available mortgage types and down payment financing options, but how do you know which choice is best for your home buying needs? When you take the time to sit down with a mortgage specialist or research your options you’ll find that applying for a mortgage is actually rather straightforward. In fact, sometimes the most difficult part is recognizing where to begin the process! Here are some helpful tips to get you started.

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Things To Think About When Buying A Home

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 25, 2016 1:42:42 PM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in housing market, real estate, home buying, applying for a loan

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Buying a home is likely the largest purchase that you will ever make. Before you jump into the process, it is important that you are prepared and ready to pull the trigger to get a house under contract. Below is a quick list of things that a buyer should think about both before and during the home buying process to get you ready to go.

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Mortgage Credit Available Now More Than Ever

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 19, 2016 10:54:02 AM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in mortgage news, home buying, applying for a loan

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Recently, the credit availability index has reached an all-time low, with mortgage credit becoming increasingly available. The Housing Finance Policy Center found that during the fourth quarter of 2015 it was easier for homebuyers to secure financing than it was during the previous quarter. This low marks a possible light at the end of the tunnel of the housing crash, as credit availability is an important indicator of the conditions of the market. Following the housing crash, lending standards tightened and it became more difficult for prospective buyers to get a loan.

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