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2018 Holiday Decor

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

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Purchasing a Home With Your Animal Companions In Mind

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 5, 2018 11:30:00 AM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in Active Military and Veterans, VA loans, title insurance, mortgage information, housing affordability, home appraisal, mortgage after divorce, rental property, fha 203k loans, mortgage mistakes, ind, student loan debt, federal reserve, fannie mae, inflation, common real estate fears, closing costs, disaster recovery, MCAI, mortgage credibility, stock market, homebuilder sentiment, community development block grant, mortgage savings, mortgage stress, Eustis Family of Companies, today's interest rates, interest rates, getting mortgage approved, relationship status, housing options, louisiana floods

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Nobody likes to be forgotten, especially during the home buying process. Considering features in a home for an animal is parallel to considering features for children. It's important during the search process to be prepared in knowing what everyone in your family is going to need to feel comfortable after the big move; including your animals that you're bringing along with you.

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Home Buying Do's and Don'ts

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 8, 2018 12:00:00 PM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in Active Military and Veterans, VA loans, title insurance, prepaids, mortgage information, mortgage after divorce, fha 203k loans, home building, mortgage mistakes, ind, student loan debt, flood insurance, real estate scam, home builder confidence, inflation, overcoming real estate fears, FICO Scores, dodd-frank act, disaster recovery, mortgage credit availability, holiday season, stock market, home prices, homebuilder sentiment, lender lingo, Eustis Family of Companies, mortgage stress, home inspection, interest rates, re-apply for a mortgage, getting mortgage approved, relationship status, room-rental services, louisiana floods

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Home buying has become a wiser decision than renting, with rent prices so high.  There are many factors that come into play while purchasing a home.  It isn’t something that you would want to make an impulse decision.  With your  home purchase, you should plan on occupying the home for 5-10 years to make a profit.  Home buyers should always research, plan and make smart decisions.

 

We've decided to make you a list of important do's and don'ts during the process!

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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 You Can Re-Apply For A Mortgage

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 16, 2016 12:40:02 PM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in getting mortgage approved, re-apply for a mortgage

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This year, nearly 75 percent of mortgage applicants are approved for their requested loan—that’s the highest approval rate this decade! Although the remaining 25 percent is not initially approved on their loans, there is still a great chance to receive approval in the future. In fact, in most cases, an unapproved mortgage loan means “not now” and lenders encourage these potential homebuyers to re-apply with changes to their applications. But what changes can you make? Check out our suggestions to change your status from “eligible” to “approved”.

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Getting Mortgage Approved During A Job Change

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 9, 2016 12:50:34 PM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in getting mortgage approved, job change

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Getting a mortgage during a job transition may not be a deal breaker for mortgage lenders. In today’s constantly evolving society, it’s difficult not to change jobs as you grow. Whether you’re moving to a new city or simply changing employers, there are several ways to get approved for a loan that best fits your home buying needs. Check out our suggestions— and make sure to keep your lender abreast of all potential job changes during the mortgage process!

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