Real Estate
June 17, 2019

The loan process and what not to do

When you’re getting a mortgage the process can seem a little bit scary because it’s unfamiliar and most people don’t take out mortgages that often, so the unfamiliarity of the process can seem daunting, stressful and somewhat cryptic. Here is how the mortgage process works and most importantly what you should avoid doing when getting a loan…

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Should you refinance with today’s mortgage rates?

The decision to refinance can be something that requires careful consideration, time and energy. If you’re thinking about refinancing here are some things to consider…

How to plan the optimal time to buy a rental property

Timing is the other factor. If you bought the property in the last 12 months when the tax return is not due, then the same 75 percent rule applies.