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Big News! Freddie Mac is Now Offering Renovation Loans

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 10, 2019 1:56:04 PM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in real estate investing, online tools, housing options, louisiana floods, homebuyers, homeowners insurance, home inspection, mortgage options, mortgage stress, mortgage savings, re-apply for a mortgage, home prices, stock market, community development block grant, relationship status, co-signing a mortgage, mortgage credibility, credit card rule, holiday season, obstacles to homeownership, homebuilder sentiment, mortgage credit, millennial homebuyers, dodd-frank act, home financing, overcoming real estate fears, property taxes, mortgage tax deductions, home renovations, freddie mac, real estate scam, flood insurance, student loan debt, ind, homebuying tricks, awards, mortgage market, mortgage underwriting, rental property, home appraisal, housing affordability, VA loans, Loan Officer

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You heard correct. You now have more options for rehabilitation financing. Freddie Mac just launched the CHOICERenovation loan. You can now combine your home and renovation loan together when you choose Freddie Mac during your home purchase. This loan is the perfect loan to purchase that less than perfect home.  

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Conventional Loans vs. Government Issued Loans: What’s the Difference?

[fa icon="calendar'] May 22, 2019 8:55:00 AM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in mortgage tax deductions, home builder confidence, fannie mae, real estate scam, federal reserve, flood insurance, student loan debt, pending home sale, ind, natural disasters, mortgage mistakes, mortgage market, home building, mortgage underwriting, rental property, transitioning into homeownership, home appraisal, mortgage information, title insurance, Active Military and Veterans, prepaids, Recruiting

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A Complete Guide to Renovation Loans

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 13, 2019 11:30:00 AM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in stock market, retirement, MCAI, holiday season, single women homebuyers, mortgage credit availability, disaster recovery, 203(k) loan, millennial homebuyers, dodd-frank act, home financing, common real estate fears, overcoming real estate fears, inflation, home renovations, home builder confidence, freddie mac, real estate scam, home value, flood insurance, homebuying with student loan debt, pending home sale, homebuying tricks, natural disasters, awards, mortgage market, fha 203k loans, mortgage underwriting, mortgage after divorce, transitioning into homeownership, housing affordability, mortgage information, VA loans, Active Military and Veterans, Loan Officer

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Fall in Love with Your Home Again with a Renovation Loan

Are you ready for something new but not ready to move? A renovation loan just may be what you're looking for. It allows you to make your current home into your home for the future and offers opportunity to refinance and renovate with the same loan! With no second lien requirement and the benefit of rolling in renovation costs, you'll keep the convenience of making one affordable monthly payment. It may also be possible to lower your interest rate, move to a shorter loan term and possibly lower payments.

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A Financial Checklist for Homebuyers

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 19, 2018 11:53:00 AM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in 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, title insurance, VA loans, Active Military and Veterans

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It's easy to get caught up in the excitement of buying a home. Whether you're buying your first home or your 10th, it's good to stay organized and remember everything that needs to be in order financially before purchasing. Here's a lucky list of 7 different finance costs to remember to keep in your budget while purchasing.

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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 first time home buyers, investment, second home, mortgage, tax benefits, mortgage qualification, buying a vacation home, buying a foreclosed home, online tools, Airbnb, pmi rates, avoiding a mortgage scam, homeowners insurance, home inspection, home prices, mortgage calculator tricks, mortgage calculator, relationship status, mortgage terms, mortgage credibility, credit card rule, holiday season, single women homebuyers, disaster recovery, millennial homebuyers, FICO Scores, common real estate fears, inflation, mortgage tax deductions, freddie mac, real estate scam, student loan debt, homebuying with student loan debt, natural disasters, home building, mortgage after divorce, mortgage information

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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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Home Features Buyers Will Pay Extra For

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 29, 2018 8:27:00 PM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in disaster recovery, millennial homebuyers, FICO Scores, home financing, property taxes, home renovations, freddie mac, real estate scam, home value, flood insurance, homebuying with student loan debt, pending home sale, homebuying tricks, natural disasters, awards, mortgage market, fha 203k loans, mortgage underwriting, mortgage after divorce, transitioning into homeownership, housing affordability, mortgage information, VA loans

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What are buyers willing to pay more for and what is the likelihood they will pay for it? 

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New Home Check List

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 22, 2018 8:30:00 PM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in home prices, stock market, mortgage credibility, holiday season, single women homebuyers, first-time homebuyers, mortgage credit, millennial homebuyers, dodd-frank act, home financing, overcoming real estate fears, property taxes, mortgage tax deductions, home renovations, real estate scam, flood insurance, pending home sale, natural disasters, mortgage market, rental property, housing affordability, mortgage information, VA loans

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Moving is an amazing experience that balances between exciting and stressful. We're here to make the process easier for you not only through the loan process, but the home buying process as a whole. While you're busy making sure paperwork is all together, everyone is happy with the choice and ready to move, some things can be left forgotten in order to move. There are a few necessities that make the process go a lot smoother and we're going to share them with you. We searched far and wide to develop the best checklist a new or veteran homeowner can go by in order to remember everything that is needed to be accomplished before and after the move is completed.

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How To Help Your Child Buy Their First Home

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 16, 2018 9:02:09 AM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in stock market, community development block grant, mortgage credibility, credit card rule, homebuilder sentiment, mortgage credit, millennial homebuyers, closing costs, dodd-frank act, common real estate fears, inflation, mortgage tax deductions, freddie mac, real estate scam, student loan debt, homebuying tricks, natural disasters, fha 203k loans, mortgage underwriting, housing affordability

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You never thought the day would come that the little baby you held in your arms is ready to buy their first home, yet, has no clue what they're doing. Although they are independent for the most part by now, here is an opportunity where you get to actually feel like a parent again in helping them with the process.

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Avoid Wire Fraud During Closing

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 17, 2018 7:30:00 PM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in MCAI, mortgage credit availability, disaster recovery, millennial homebuyers, dodd-frank act, home financing, common real estate fears, property taxes, mortgage tax deductions, home renovations, freddie mac, real estate scam, flood insurance, student loan debt, ind, homebuying tricks, awards, 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

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The real estate business has been struggling with individuals referred to as Fraudsters or Money Mules for a while now. They will rob your entire life savings, in a matter of minutes by hacking into a finance business employee's email accounts and sending out wiring instructions for services to consumers. After the money is transferred, it is then moved to another accounts that is difficult to trace.

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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 louisiana floods, getting mortgage approved, home inspection, Eustis Family of Companies, mortgage stress, re-apply for a mortgage, lender lingo, home prices, stock market, room-rental services, relationship status, interest rates, holiday season, homebuilder sentiment, mortgage credit availability, disaster recovery, FICO Scores, dodd-frank act, overcoming real estate fears, inflation, home builder confidence, real estate scam, flood insurance, student loan debt, ind, mortgage mistakes, home building, fha 203k loans, mortgage after divorce, mortgage information, title insurance, VA loans, Active Military and Veterans, prepaids

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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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