Want to Refinance to a Shorter Mortgage? Here’s What You Need to Ask Yourself

From Credit.com 11/4/15 Has your financial situation improved greatly since you first took on your mortgage? That’s great! You have some options, including paying off your current mortgage ahead of time or refinancing to a shorter term. When it comes to the former option, it’s important to make sure there isn’t a prepayment penalty and … Continue reading Want to Refinance to a Shorter Mortgage? Here’s What You Need to Ask Yourself

Interest Rates Unchanged

Interest Rates Unchanged as Fed Holds on Increase Until Further Economic Improvement Author: Xhevrije West in Daily Dose, Data, Government, Headlines, Market Studies, News October 28, 2015 0 As the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) reconvened Wednesday, results from their October 27th and 28th meeting placed yet another hold on the rate hike, leaving the … Continue reading Interest Rates Unchanged

How one woman paid off her mortgage 20 years early

From Yahoo Homes 12/12/14 When Jenna Rose began her hunt for a home in 2004, she had two things on her mind: A small mortgage, and paying off her new home fast. With those two things at the forefront, Rose, who is now 49, began looking for the right home for her and her daughter … Continue reading How one woman paid off her mortgage 20 years early

Painless ways to pay down your mortgage

Paying down your mortgage doesn't have to induce financial stress. Find out why. By Yahoo.com 5/2/14 Unless you lease a Lamborghini, the mortgage on your home is likely the biggest debt you have. So wouldn't it be nice to pay down that debt a little faster? Of course, but I can't afford to, you say. Well, … Continue reading Painless ways to pay down your mortgage