As if homeowners in Sacramento who are facing foreclosure don’t have enough to worry about, a multitude of loan modification scam artists have invaded the internet, public files and even foreclosure notices in newspapers in hopes of targeting their next victim. By identifying the top three modification scams and learning how to avoid them, at-risk homeowners can protect themselves (and their homes). Read the rest of this entry »
You’ve got house insurance, and assume your property is covered for any type of detrimental occurrence that can possibly take place.
However, not all homeowners in Sacramento are aware that home insurance policies don’t necessarily cover damage related to a flood, as the risks are too great. As a result, homeowners must purchase flood insurance through a private company.
Floods are one of the most common hazards in the US, costing billions of dollars in damage to properties every year. And more importantly, if you are in the process of shopping for a new home in Sacramento or anywhere in California for that matter, budgeting that monthly payment, its good to know if flood insurance will be required. Read the rest of this entry »
Like credit cards or car loans, some mortgages in Sacramento allow borrowers to have co-signers on the loan with them, enhancing their loan application.
However, a co-signer on a mortgage loan doesn’t have the same impact that it might on another loan. Furthermore, it poses serious drawbacks for the co-signer. Read the rest of this entry »
Comstock Mortgage, has been helping buyers into homes for over thirty years. Buyers can qualify for the Flexible Credit Home Loan Program just six months after bankruptcy – and just one day after short sale or foreclosure.
Losing your home to foreclosure or going through a short sale is one of the most disheartening experiences the modern homeowner can endure. Traditionally, a defaulted mortgage has meant years of poor credit and renting rather than buying. Read the rest of this entry »
Thankfully, I have wonderful clients and agents who are properly educated on what to do BEFORE they get into contract to buy a new home in Sacramento. First and foremost, get yourself prequalified for a home mortgage and have your credit profile reviewed by a mortgage professional you trust, to avoid any pitfalls you may encounter when you get that accepted offer. Read the rest of this entry »
WE thought people only listen when E.F. Hutton speaks. Not true! Looks like Janet Yellen, the new Fed Chair can move markets too. According to the Washington Post yesterday, her optimistic assessment of the nation’s economic prospects, despite recent poor job growth, rallied the stock market. And thus, pulled money from treasuries and mortgage backed securities (MBS) causing rates to go up a bit. We will stay tuned!
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