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I live in a somewhat old farmhouse, originally cost 295,000. Currently appraised for tax purposes at that price. Current mortgage is a ..read more
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Reddit - Mortgages by /u/hourpackage - 10h ago

Reading news that the US 1m/30y Yield Curve Inverts, for full inversion (https://www.cnbc.com/us-treasurys/). How low do you think we ..read more
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I make around 60k a year and I am looking to purchase a home sometime in the near future. I don’t want to go through the whole process ..read more
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So this seems to good to be true... Current rate 3.875/30yr/$100 pmi New: 3.49/20year/ no pmi or appraisal required due to like property ..read more
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I was supposed to be closing this morning on my first house but my lender notified my realtor and I at about 2pm yesterday that they ..read more
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I'd like to get my MassSave loan processed before year's end, to schedule HVAC work in the spring. I know the program likely isn't going ..read more
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I would like to apply the sale proceeds of my house when purchasing my new house, but it’s likely I won’t receive the funds until I ..read more
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We’ve been refinance lender shopping for two weeks and have received 4 quotes from lenders after running our credit reports (scores are ..read more
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Reddit - Mortgages by /u/dawgbone31 - 10h ago
At what point during a refinance is the lender not able to change the home value due to the system having it ‘locked’? I am due to ..read more

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