Posts Tagged ‘Should’

Higher 2017 Conforming Loan Limit Should Boost Mortgage Originations

A $ 5,000 Increase? What About $ 10,000? A new analysis from Black Knight Financial Services reveals that a slightly higher conforming loan limit could be enough to give mortgage […]

Read More >>

Should You Drive Until You Qualify for a Mortgage?

In the mortgage/real estate world there’s the saying, “Drive until you qualify.” It’s a cute way of saying if you can’t afford a home in a certain (desirable) area, hop […]

Read More >>

Mortgage Applications Spike: Should You Apply Now?

Last week was a really, really good week for mortgage applications. The Mortgage Bankers Association reported that home loan apps surged 49.1% during the week ending January 9th from one […]

Read More >>

Should You Take Out a 30-Year Fixed Mortgage Before It’s Gone Forever?

Well-known banking analyst Dick Bove sounded alarm bells earlier this week after he warned of a mortgage crisis by winter. Yes, this winter, as in a few months from now. […]

Read More >>

What You Can Afford Isn’t Necessarily What You Should Spend on a Home

Most individuals shopping for a home will determine how much they can afford before beginning a property search. It’s the sensible thing to do. This could include back-of-the-envelope calculations, online […]

Read More >>

BofA Boss: Not Everyone Should Own a Home

Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan got down to brass tacks today. Well, sort of. As much as the CEO of one of the world’s largest banks can get. In […]

Read More >>