Tag Archives: mortgage
Looking to Sell Your Home? Get Financially Fit.
If you’re planning to sell your home, you want to make your next move a fit for your life. A financially smart decision. The home of your dreams, but with a sound financial plan in place. Now is the time … Continue reading →
Mortgage Qualification. What You Should Know.
If you’re in the market to buy a home, you are likely aware that the financial crisis a few years ago has led to changes in qualifying for a mortgage. As a result to the downturn in the economy, mortgage … Continue reading →
What IS Title Insurance?
Do you ever wonder what it is that we do over here at Rowland Title? Well, it is our job to protect home buyers when buying a home. For example, as a homeowner, you have the option of two types … Continue reading →
Housing Trends for 2015.
According to a recent article released by realtor.com, 2015 will be a promising year for the real estate market. Here’s a quick review of anticipated market trends: The Increase of Mortgage Rates. As the economy rebounds from the recession of … Continue reading →
Community Banks for Mortgage Loans.
If you’ve been considering purchasing a home, but have been turned down for a mortgage by a mainstream bank, you’re not alone. Given the strict rules of buying a home these days, lenders look at credit scores, income, loan-to-debt ratios … Continue reading →
Considering Buying A Home? Get Things In Order.
Before you begin to dig into the experience of buying a piece of real estate, here are some things to do to get in “financial shape” for the transaction. Set your timeframe and goals. What are your goals with the … Continue reading →
What Is A Title Company?
When you’re looking to buy a home, it is our job, as your title company, to research the property you’re looking to buy to provide a clear history of its ownership. We examine the title, look for any liens or … Continue reading →
Good News About Mortgage Lending.
It’s recently been reported that obtaining a mortgage may be easier than potential homebuyers think. This is great news after the financial crisis a few years ago. Government-backed programs for first-time homebuyers with subprime credit scores can get mortgage insured … Continue reading →