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Cash-Out Refinance to Help Pay Taxes

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 6, 2019 8:35:33 AM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in fha loan, loan candidate, standard loans, economy, mortgage news, tips, loan payments, 203K Streamline, mortgage process, housing market, credit cards, money, rent rates, trid, investment, private mortgage insurance, mortgage refinancing, credit score, tax benefits, applying for a loan, brexit, first time home sellers, pay off your mortgage, buying a vacation home, buying a foreclosed home, real estate investing, online tools, non-farm payroll, pmi rates, mortgage scam, mortgage rates, mortgage savings, home prices, retirement, mortgage credibility, housing industry, mortgage credit availability, mortgage credit, millennial homebuyers, FICO Scores, closing costs, home financing, home value, mortgage underwriting, mortgage information, Loan Officer

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2018 Holiday Decor

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 5, 2018 12:30:00 PM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in mortgage pre-approval, private mortgage insurance, brexit, advantages of choosing a mortgage lender, buying a foreclosed home, online tools, housing options, getting mortgage approved, Airbnb, homebuyers, today's interest rates, mortgage rates, home inspection, mortgage stress, community development block grant, mortgage calculator tricks, job change, retirement, credit card rule, holiday season, single women homebuyers, first-time homebuyers, 203(k) loan, mortgage credit, millennial homebuyers, FICO Scores, home financing, inflation, fannie mae, freddie mac, flood insurance, student loan debt, homebuying tricks, natural disasters, home building, mortgage after divorce, transitioning into homeownership

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Cheers To Another 60 Years!

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 5, 2018 12:00:20 PM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in first time home owner, standard loans, mortgage news, home ownership, loan payments, first time homeowner, selling your home, mortgage process, housing market, first time home buyers, investment, mortgage pre-approval, real estate market, renovation, credit score, brexit, pay off your mortgage, buying a foreclosed home, non-farm payroll, housing options, mortgage scam, today's interest rates, home inspection, Eustis Family of Companies, mortgage options, re-apply for a mortgage, lender lingo, stock market, mortgage calculator tricks, relationship status, mortgage terms, MCAI, holiday season, single women homebuyers, obstacles to homeownership, housing industry, first-time homebuyers, 203(k) loan, mortgage credit, millennial homebuyers, closing costs, home financing, common real estate fears, property taxes, inflation, mortgage tax deductions, home renovations, home builder confidence, fannie mae, freddie mac, real estate scam, federal reserve, home value, flood insurance, student loan debt, homebuying with student loan debt, pending home sale, ind, homebuying tricks, natural disasters, mortgage mistakes, awards, mortgage market, home building, fha 203k loans, mortgage underwriting, rental property, mortgage after divorce, transitioning into homeownership, home appraisal, housing affordability, mortgage information, VA loans

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Eustis is a Family of Companies, that has been helping homeowners for over 60 years.

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

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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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Mortgage Rates Approach Pre-Brexit Level

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 25, 2016 10:18:04 AM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in mortgage news, brexit, mortgage rates

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When Britain voted to withdraw from the European Union in June, homeowners began to enjoy a season of low rates and excellent refinancing opportunities. Now, four months after Brexit, mortgage rates have begun to bounce back and approach pre-Brexit levels—but don’t worry! Their ascent is expected to be short-term and the numbers are still very reasonable.

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How Brexit Could Impact The US Housing Market

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 6, 2016 4:02:25 PM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in mortgage news, housing market, brexit

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Since two weeks ago, when the British voted to withdraw from the European Union, every segment of the US economy has drastically changed. Stock values have decreased (even internationally), the pound has dropped well below the value of the dollar, and trade with Great Britain has begun to shift. The housing market is no exception to these substantial changes.

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Brexit Could Drive Mortgage Rates To Historic Lows This Summer

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 28, 2016 1:00:34 PM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in brexit, mortgage rates

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Britain has now voted to leave the European Union and the most prominent effect Americans will experience from this decision is the predication that interest rates will remain at all-time lows for an extended period of time. This comes at a time when rates are already 17% lower than the median of this decade.

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