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Avoid These Traps When Transitioning Into a Homebuyer

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 20, 2018 8:30:00 PM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in mortgage information, mortgage after divorce, home building, natural disasters, homebuying with student loan debt, student loan debt, real estate scam, freddie mac, mortgage tax deductions, inflation, common real estate fears, FICO Scores, disaster recovery, millennial homebuyers, mortgage credibility, holiday season, home prices, single women homebuyers, mortgage calculator, mortgage calculator tricks, mortgage terms, credit card rule, homeowners insurance, home inspection, relationship status, Airbnb, avoiding a mortgage scam, online tools, buying a foreclosed home, mortgage qualification, tax benefits, pmi rates, mortgage, second home, buying a vacation home, investment, first time home buyers

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The rush of buying your first home is one of the most exciting experiences one can endure in their life. It's a huge accomplishment and you should feel extremely proud of yourself. One thing to remember is to not let the overwhelming feeling of excitement allow you to fall into the traps that can occur during the process.

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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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Paying Off Your Credit Cards Will Aid in Mortgage Loaning

[fa icon="calendar'] May 31, 2016 10:29:57 AM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in mortgage news, expenses, credit cards, money, mortgage, loans

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Beginning in June, Fannie Mae, which is one of the biggest government-sponsored buyers of mortgages, will now favor borrowers making efforts to pay down their credit cards when it comes to buying home loans. This means those just paying the
monthly minimums may simply not be enough. The company’s counterpart, Freddie Mac, is expected to follow suit.

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