Though there may be disruptions in the home loan process, the government shutdown does — in fact — have a positive impact on mortgage originations. Here’s what you need to know if you are applying for a home loan or are in the middle of the mortgage process.
Mortgage rates are always changing. So, how do you secure the most competitive rate? Start by asking yourself these questions, and you're on your way to significant savings over the life of your loan.
In November 2017, President Trump nominated Jerome Powell to serve as the Chair of the Federal Reserve (Fed), replacing then Fed Chair Janet Yellen. Learn how this political move can potentially impact you and your mortgage loan.
On December 22, 2017, President Trump signed the "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act." Changes will affect households differently, based on local home values and tax rates. But here is a generic breakdown of what current homeowners -- and those who are looking to buy or sell a home -- can expect.
The interest rates paid on borrowed money (and earned on certain bank accounts) are often tied to decisions made at Fed meetings. It’s been strongly suggested that one is coming in mid-December of this year. How will you be affected? Here's what you need to know.