The Veteran’s Guide to Buying a Home

The Veteran’s Guide to Buying a Home

What if your service to the country could help you get your dream house? Many veterans hold off on buying a home because they think the process is going to be complicated and annoying. Surprisingly, though, veterans have access to some of the very best mortgage loans...
Mortgage in Divorce

Mortgage in Divorce

When the divorce settlement or separation agreement involves refinancing the marital home, understanding that not all refinances are equal and what your options are can help alleviate some of the frustrations involved. Basically, there are two types of refinancing...
Dividing Real Estate in a Divorce

Dividing Real Estate in a Divorce

For many going through a divorce, the marital home and other pieces of marital real estate are their largest assets. Whether or not the marital home or real estate should be retained and by whom is often a major issue in the divorce.  What happens to the family home...

Divorcing Your Mortgage Newsletter – February 2020 Edition 1

Avoid a Housing “Crisis” – Plan Now for an Equity Buy-Out Later One of the main issues to consider early in the divorce process is what to do with the family residence. Often one party wishes to buy out the other’s equity in the property. Before any agreements...
Obtaining Mortgage Financing When The Divorce Is Pending

Obtaining Mortgage Financing When The Divorce Is Pending

As if mortgage financing isn’t complicated enough; divorce can complicate matters even further. It’s important to remember that divorce is a pending lawsuit, and while most lending agencies currently do not require that a divorce be noted as a lawsuit on mortgage loan...
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