VP Residential Lending
HELOCs and home equity loans are loans where you use your home as collateral. Both are good options for borrowing money if you’ve paid a significant portion of your mortgage. Some homeowners think that these two are similar, but in reality, they are not the same. Let’s look at...
With many TV shows depicting house flippers having fun while making a profit, many investors have taken interest in the idea. In 2019 alone, 6.2% of all home sales in the U.S. were flipped homes! It sure looks easy on TV –buy a house, fix it up, put it back on the market, and make an easy sale...
Purchasing your first rental property is a big step in your real estate investor journey. Aside from choosing a potentially profitable property, you need to figure out how to finance your rental. Before sharing how to apply for an investment loan, et’s look at how a primary home...
Buying a home is part of the American dream, but what if you don’t qualify through traditional means? This is an issue that self-employed and other non-W2 workers often face since their proof of income and employment differs from what lenders typically require. The good news is...
As with any type of mortgage, VA loans have fees associated with getting the loan. These fees are often called “closing costs,” and they are paid to the lender for services rendered in creating and processing your mortgage. Note that closing costs must be settled before the...