Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Will Soon Back 3% Down Mortgages Fannie-Mae-Freddie Photo Credit: 401K Calculator Two slightly different programs may spur increases in home-ownership Recently, housing finance giants Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae announced plans to back mortgages with down payments as low as 3 percent. They say this latest move to open up more … Continue reading
Don’t Let Student Loans Stop Young People From Buying a Home Posted on December 12, 2014 by Kat Bremhorst The national student loan debt is currently exceeding $1 trillion after a 5% increase in the fourth quarter of 2013, so it’s easy to see where young Americans’ money is going instead of buying homes. 31% of … Continue reading
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Author: Scott Morgan in Daily Dose, Data, Headlines, News December 5, 2014 2015 is gearing up to be a stronger, more expensive housing market powered, for the first time, by new millennial buyers, according to the Realtor.com 2015 Housing Forecast. Among its five largest predictions for next year, Realtor.com expects first-time buyers will return to the … Continue reading
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Uprighting the housing market President Obama’s immigration reform executive action is a hot topic and continues to stir emotions on both sides of the issue. Could granting 5 million immigrants temporary relief from deportation also give relief to the mortgage industry? Specifically, mortgage lender relief would be in the form of easing lenders’ and borrowers’ … Continue reading
I just ran across this helpful program from the Utah Department of Housing and Community that might help your family, friends, Etc this winter. If income requirements are met, these programs that can subsidize the costs of power bills, gas bills, and weatherizing their home. One program even helps families keep their power on after … Continue reading