What Do Lenders Look At When You Apply for a Mortgage? — Your Loan in the Valley

While this is a bit of a broad question, most banks and mortgage lenders are looking for the same basic thing, your ability to repay the home loan. After all, as long as you make your mortgage payments on time each month, there isn’t much else for them to worry about. You hold up your […]

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Happy Birthday, TRID: How Do Realtors Like You Now? — Title Security’s Blog

National Association of Realtors survey finds pros and cons for agents in the first year under the new mortgage transaction regime. Key Takeaways One year after TRID’s implementation, the National Association of Realtors surveyed its members about their experiences with the regulation. Consumers have a better understanding of the homebuying process thanks to TRID, though real […]

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What to Expect When Home Inspecting — Kendall Masuko – Your Reno Sparks Realtor

Your Reno-Sparks Realtor |What to Expect When Home Inspecting So you made an offer, it was accepted, and now your next task is to have the home inspected prior to closing. More often than not, your agent may have made your offer contingent on a clean home inspection. This contingency allows you to renegotiate the price […]

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How To Rock Your Request For Repairs — Weber Accetta Weekly

A typical Residential Purchase Agreement contains an inspection contingency that allows for the buyer to inspect the property, review the reports and present a request for repairs to the seller. If the buyer is unsatisfied with the agreed upon repair list he or she can choose to cancel the deal and have their deposit returned. A request for repairs […]

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