Five Mistakes to Avoid When Purchasing Your New Home.

Posted on Mar 6, 2018 in Family, Financing, Housing, Mortgage, Real Estate, Uncategorized

You may be ready to take the next step in your life and purchase your first home. You may even be ready to move on to a newer home. No matter the case, there are several things that you must do before you move into that beautiful new home.

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Is Mortgage Interest Tax Deductible?

Posted on Feb 27, 2018 in Financing

One of the questions we’ve been getting a lot from clients is “Is mortgage interest still tax deductible?” And the answer to that is absolutely yes. What has changed with the tax reform act that went through is the amount of standard deductions that someone will qualify for has increased,

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What Impact Do Higher Mortgage Rates Have On Housing Prices?

Posted on Feb 23, 2018 in Housing, Mortgage, News, Real Estate, Real Estate Investing

Mortgage interest rates have risen by nearly one half percent thus far in 2018, most projections are for a five percent 30 year fixed rate by the end of the year and I personally would not be surprised to see it above that.

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How To Buy a Home a Long Way From Home

Posted on Feb 22, 2018 in Doctor Mortgage, Mortgage, Physician Loan

Many times when you’re a remote buyer, you’re going to be handling the inspections remotely. This means that the Realtor’s going to work or act on your behalf, meeting with the inspector, talking with the inspector about the issues,

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Analysis of a Flawless Home Purchase

Posted on Feb 20, 2018 in Financing, Housing, Mortgage


Josh Mettle:                       Hi friends, my name is Josh Mettle with Fairway Independent Mortgage and I’m here with Sam Robinson. Sam, thanks for hanging out with me today.

Sam Robinson:                  Happy to be here.

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Are Real Estate Prices “Crazy”?

Posted on Feb 20, 2018 in Family, Financing, Housing, Mortgage, Real Estate, Real Estate Investing

Are you surprised by what it costs to buy a nice home nowadays?  With interest rates still relatively low and the economy nearing full throttle, prices of virtually every asset around the world have gone up.

How can you tell if we have entered a bubble and if the houses you are looking at are crazily priced?

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