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Whether you're buying a new home or refinancing your mortgage, it's easier than you think to find the right loan for you. Chase is here to help you do just that. Choose from a broad range of loans to suit for your needs Rates tailored to your specific situation Get your prequalification letter the same day PREQUALIFYONLINE   Prequalify in 10 minutes—takeadvantage of our quick... More Info
   Citigroup Opens Bank of the Future, Flat Screens and All

Brad Dinsmore, Citigroups head of retail banking in North America, stepped atop a makeshift dais on Thursday and surveyed the throng of bank staffers and junior executives gathered around him. What do you think? he asked, smiling broadly. Its a great day! Mr. Dinsmore was standing behind a clear acrylic lectern in Citigroups new branch, in Union Square; behind him was a wall of 16... More Info
   Closing Costs Creep Higher After Treasury Auction

by Matthew Graham It was an interesting day for mortgage rates. Benchmark Treasury yields rose and MBS prices fell which forced lenders to reprice for the worse. However, as paradoxical as it seems, best execution mortgage rates are actually DOWN on average, but the cost to obtain those rates is UP. This is because "best execution" is determined by finding, for lack of a better term, the... More Info
   Mortgage Tips

Mortgages 3 Important Factors When buying a home for the first time, a mortgage can seem like a daunting thing that you don't understand. Here is some basic mortgage terminology that you need to know in order to make an informed decision. * Term - A mortgage term is the length of time you have to pay off your loan. It could be anywhere from 10 years to 30 years. Like any loan, the... More Info
   How to Buy a Foreclosed Home

When you buy a foreclosed home, you're cashing in on a home someone was no longer able to pay for. Foreclosures are difficult--both to locate and to execute the transactions--but the potential to turn them over for a tidy profit may be there. Understand that foreclosure means that because a home owner has become unable to pay the mortgage, the lender takes back the property. The legal steps... More Info
   Bank of America Earn up to $300 toward your mortgage

Open a Tiered Interest Checking Account to earn rewards toward your mortgage principal balance. You already have a Bank of America Home Loan, so why not manage your mortgage and your money more conveniently, and get rewarded for it? In addition to $25 toward your mortgage principal balance, you'll receive: Our premier checking account with no monthly maintenance fee 24/7 access with... More Info
   Special Mortgage Promotions

Offering Our Members Unbelievable Mortgage Specials 5/1 Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM) No points1 Rate of 4.625%2 What is a 5/1 ARM? A 5/1 ARM is a mortgage in which the rate is fixed for 5 years. In the sixth year, the loan becomes an ARM. The new rate is determined by an economic index and is added to a pre-determined margin to arrive at your new... More Info
   Chase Exclusives 1 Percent Mortgage Cash BackSM

With any new Chase mortgage or refinance, choose either 1% cash back or a 1% payment against your principal balance annually when you sign up for automatic payments on a new Chase Mortgage. Getting started is easy. 1. Open a new Chase Mortgage 1% Mortgage Cash Back works with any new Chase mortgage or refinance. 2. Enroll in 1% Mortgage Cash Back and chooese how you want to receive... More Info
   An Overview of the Loan Process

An Overview of the Loan Process Organize Your Documents A properly documented loan application makes your loan process go smoothly. This checklist will help you gather your paperwork. Complete and sign the residential loan application, Form 1003, and the attached loan info sheet and credit authorization. Page 5 of the application is a continuation page in case you need additional... More Info
   Can my loan be sold What happens if my lender goes out of business

Can my loan be sold? What happens if my lender goes out of business? Your loan can be sold at any time. There is a secondary mortgage market in which lenders frequently buy and sell pools of mortgages. This secondary mortgage market results in lower rates for consumers. A lender buying your loan assumes all terms and conditions of the original loan. As a result, the only thing that... More Info


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