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Real Estate Mortgage Broker - Jamie Russen - Supreme Lending - NMLS ID #95705
Are there still No Down Payment Mortgages Available?   Let us begin by stating what most real estate and mortgage professionals might view as obvious, but what, to the average person, might not be as clearly defined. It is generally understood that a 100% financing mortgage means the same as “ze...
Posted about 14 hours ago
Cumberland County, New Jersey (NJ) was formed from portions of Salem County on January 19, 1748 in the south central part of NJ State. It occupied 500 square miles of inland real estate and had a share of more than 40 miles of the Delaware Bay coastline. Throughout the county’s 266 year history, ...
Posted 1 day ago
What to Expect in a Short Sale Purchase   When purchasing a short sale it is important to approach the transaction with a few things in mind, most important of which is the fact that acceptance of your offer is a decision that does not rest entirely with the home seller, the real estate agent or...
Posted 1 day ago
Expectations of a Home Inspection Report As there are several steps taken during the home buying process, so there are a number of occurrences expected, but unfortunately some things arise which are not expected and it is the unexpected occurrences that most home buyers wish to protect themselves...
Posted 14 days ago
The Student Loan Impact on Mortgage Qualification In the article 'Don't Let Student Loans Prevent You From Qualifying for a Mortgage' written by Deborah Fowles and published to the About.com Financial Planning website, it is indicated that “...75% of college graduates with student loans said tha...
Posted 17 days ago
Tax Deductions Impact Mortgage Approval  Before proceeding to the types of tax deductions (write-offs) that could impact the mortgage qualification and approval process, it is necessary to distinguish between those mortgage applicants who are affected, and those who are not. Mortgage applicants ...
Posted 19 days ago
How Pre-Approvals and Pre-Qualifications Differ The terms pre-approval and pre-qualification have at times been used interchangeably as if they have the same meaning; and for those who may not be as interested or sophisticated in matters relating to the purchase of real estate (both residential ...
Posted 27 days ago
Qualifying for a Mortgage After Bankruptcy  It would be reasonable for an individual to assume that s/he could still qualify for, and get a home mortgage loan approved, after having been forced into bankruptcy (chapter 7 or 13), a legal option made available by our government to citizens and leg...
Posted 28 days ago
How to make your offer stand out from the rest    Figuratively speaking your home purchase offer can stand out like a bright green object among a group of dull gray objects if you take certain steps to improve its attractiveness. The question of how this can be accomplished will be discussed thr...
Posted 29 days ago
How can buyers gain equity by using an FHA 203K Loan When discussing the FHA-insured 203k rehabilitation mortgage loan, two scenarios are often included in the discussion. The first is a property's “as-is value”, and the second is the “after-repaired value” of that property. For the purpose of t...
Posted about 1 month ago

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