Rents Still Skyrocketing

Rents Still Skyrocketing | Keeping Current Matters

Zillow recently revealed that the 43 million renter households in the US spent $535 billion on rent in 2015. Aggregate numbers like these often make it difficult to truly assess a situation. For more clarity, we want to share some points that were made in a Wall Street Journal article earlier this month.

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Applying For A Mortgage: Why So Much Paperwork?

Mortgage Paperwork

We are often asked why there is so much paperwork mandated by the bank for a mortgage loan application when buying a home today. It seems that the bank needs to know everything about us and requires three separate sources to validate each and every entry on the application form.

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Today in 1987

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Today in 1987 the stock market dropped -508 points in one day (by measurement of the DOW Jones Industrial Average). In terms of today, that move would be equated to -3,700 points IN ONE DAY!  

What Do You Really Need to Qualify for a Mortgage?

 

What Do You Really Need to Qualify for a Mortgage? | Keeping Current Matters

A recent survey by Ipsos found that the American public is still somewhat confused about what is actually necessary to qualify for a home mortgage loan in today’s housing market. The study pointed out two major misconceptions that we want to address today.

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