Changes might bring banks back into the mortgage game

By Jason Boone Even as the housing market rebounded from the depths of the recession, big banks largely stood on the sideline. They watched as nonbank institutions — companies that only make loans and don’t offer traditional banking services such as savings and checking accounts — gobbled up more and more of the mortgage market. Deregulation

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New Home Buyers Could See A Big Jump In Their Mortgage Payments Soon

By Jason Boone   Over the last 12 months many home buyers with poor or subpar credit have been able to purchase homes in Bend and across the United States especially if they had credit scores under 680.   Although there have been many opportunities for home buyers with low credit scores to purchase homes

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Fixed Mortgage Interest Rates Continue To Decline

Freddie Mac Survey Reveals Fixed Mortgage Interest Rates Are Lower Than June 2013 By Jason Boone Freddie Mac Released it’s Primary Mortgage Market Survey today which revealed that mortgage interest rates are now lower than they were during the same time last year. Current Mortgage Interest Rates 30 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage – Currently averaging

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