Understanding Where Your Mortgage Comes From When You Work With A Mortgage Broker

Posted on: 30 December 2018

Mortgage brokers are not like bankers. They do not have money of their own to lend. Instead, they get the mortgage money from other sources, and broker deals to get the funds. In order to understand where your mortgage comes from when you work with a mortgage broker, the following information is provided. Wholesale Lending ​Wholesale lenders are the ones that back and underwrite your mortgage loans. They may be private investors, or they may just be non-traditional lenders.
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An FHA Loan Could Make It Possible To Buy Your First Home

Posted on: 17 November 2018

When you buy a house for the first time, you may be confused over your mortgage options. There are different loans on the market, and you'll want to compare them so that you get the best fit for your finances. An FHA loan could be your best choice, and it's a popular option for first-time home buyers. Here are some details about this type of loan. An FHA Loan Is Backed By The Government
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Bootstrapping A Masonry Company? Why Leasing Equipment Is The Financially Smart Option

Posted on: 24 October 2018

If you have grown up in a family-run construction business or have opted for on-the-job or technical school training in the masonry industry, you already know that it can difficult to get a new masonry business off the ground. Yet masonry construction continues to be in demand because homes and businesses built with masonry are considered to be some of the most durable and attractive in nearly every area of the nation.
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3 Things To Know About Bail Bonds

Posted on: 28 September 2018

If you have been arrested, one of the first things that you are probably thinking of is how to get out of jail as soon as possible. Being arrested can have a major negative impact on your life. Not only are you potentially facing criminal charges, jail time, and fines, in many cases you have to make bail in order to be released. Bail is an amount of money set by a judge during a hearing shortly after your arrest.
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