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I found a great resource for people looking for ways to save tons of money on accumilating interest.
Its called “How to knock 9 years off your mortgage.”

I feel that mortgage brokers should be the “good guys” when it comes to owning a home. When a lot of money is moved around in real estate there is definitely room for greed’s nasty face to show up. If banks had it their way they would be constantly lending money to you and gaining tons of interest on that money. It’s what they’re good at. Although its not all that bad. If you know how to make it work to your advantage! Do your homework. Study how a mortgage can work for you. And if youre reading this, you are moving in the right direction.

The reason why we should be the good guys is that we’ve already done the homework, we know the material. We should be guiding clients in the best possible direction just as a financial planner would. We should be earning our comission through good sound advice and life long/Mortgage long guidance. We SHOULDN’T be putting people into loans we know they can barely make it by. Why let the public suffer with a sub par quality of life paying tons of money towards a mortgage they cant afford? But thats what was happening for a while.. knowlegeable mortgage brokers letting their loan officers solicit without the clients best interest in mind. Greed played a big part in the mortgage meltdown. I’m hoping to help turn it around one loan at a time.

*UPDATE* I am a finishing up my degree and classes had just started a week ago. There is a lot of transformations going on and I would like to apologize to the readers of this blog for not posting regularly like I should. There has been a few changes.

The Down Payment Assistance programs are most likely going to be non existant by october 1st of this year. This is very close. It will be one of the Bush administration’s final blow to the mortgage industry. Although I understand the reasoning behind its dismantlement, the down payment assistance program helps alot of renters that don’t want to throw their money out the window with monthly payments to their landlords. It will be devistating to many.

*Exciting News* – Ford Financial is now one of 3 institutions helping with a 220 apartment units transition into condominiums. This is great for us because the other two banks have a limit credit score or they can’t do the conversion. I know we will help alot of people stay in their homes.

If you have any questions about your current mortgage, credit repair, or getting a mortgage please contact us today!

I am going to be posting a series of articles to fully let you, the consumer/client, know everything there is to know about going with an FHA insured loan.

Most of you know about the “mortgage meltdown” with alot of subprime lenders going under, now FHA loans are making a strong comeback as a useful alternative for first-time home buyers. FHA is also great for home buyers with less than perfect credit. If you are a first-time home buyer or have bought a home before and have less than perfect credit you have come to the right place. We consider ourselves FHA specialists and many colleagues have told us we were way ahead of the curve when it came to the mortgage, while everyone else was scrambling to just become licensed in FHA loans. NOW to find out if this is a good option for you all you have to do is answer a few questions.

Because it’s an FHA loan, lenders will offer you lower, more affordable rates. This is possible because the FHA insures lenders, so they have less risk by taking you on as a borrower.

Want to learn more? Check back every couple of days, we’ll eventually post up the full guide. And if you’re in the mortgage industry, contact us for the Informative powerpoint for mortgage professionals.

As always, for a personalized analysis, connect with one of our specialists online
Or give us a call 908-625-4982

After some time well spent, we can proudly say that we are FHA GURU’s. Sooo lets begin..

What is FHA?

The Federal Housing Administration. Although you probably are hearing more and more about FHA government loans it is NOT some new program. It has only been since the mortgage meltdown that FHA loan programs have risen to the top and are helping LOTS of people!!

Why FHA?

FHA doesn’t provide the money, they just provide the insurance on the money. Because of the declining housing market and increasing foreclosures/defaulting loans, mortagage insurance companies are becoming more and more strict about whose loans they insure and it’s coming back to bite YOU, the consumer, in the behind. FHA is the governments way of “coming to the rescue”.

Can you benefit from FHA?

Yes. There is a VERY VERY high possibility that a FHA government issued loan/refinance can help you get out of financial troubles.

Ford Financial as a mortgage company is adapting to these current changes. Now-a-days you have to put up your left leg and first born to the big bankers to get a decent interest rate on a loan. We know the “In’s and out’s” of the FHA loan programs.

The next few blogs will be all information about FHA so come back and learn a little will ya?

Realize how YOU can benefit.