This blogs gives updated information for potential homebuyers, homeowners, real estate and financial professionals on different loan programs and also industry updates. My mission with this blog is to give prospective buyers and partners as much information a possible for them to make the best loan choice for their particular situation. For more in depth information, prequalifications, preapprovals or just to go over your personal loan scenario, give me a call or text directly @ 404-461-3172 or call our at office 678-840-7955,. You can send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call and schedule free home buyer seminars for Real Estate Partners, Home Builders and Churches and other Non-profits in the states of Georgia and Alabama.
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FHA has the perfect program for homes that need a little TLC to become your Dream Home. The FHA 203k loan provides home buyers, current homeowners that need/want to renovate their current homes the ability to finance the repairs into an affordable monthly payment . Finance of America even has t...
Brexit happened. And one of the biggest, and most immediate, effects on everyday Americans is how it will change our mortgage interest rates.Financial analysts forecast that rates could sink to record lows in the coming weeks. If you’re a borrower, don’t wait to lock your rate, this opportunity w...
Reggie Graham Sales Manager/Licensed Mortgage Loan Originator NMLS# 230060 Finance of America Mortgage LLC - Houston, TX o: (678) 840-7955 c: (404) 461-3172 f: (855) 335-3576 email@example.com • www.financeofamerica.com/rgraham
Do you have a lot of cash and retirment funds but no JOB, but still want a mortgage loan? OK, that is NO PROBLEM! Qualify with enough Liquid Assets to cover the loan balance! NO MONTHLY INCOME REQUIREMENT! Highlights: • You Do NOT have to be currently Employed • You Only Need to Show Two Mont...
Finance of America Mortgage is pleased to announce our FHA plus Program. This allows borrowers to purchase or refinance with a FHA mortgage with a 580 middle score or higher; and not have the underwriter review your tax returns unless you are using self-employed income to qualify, or more than ...