Books To Help FHA 1st Time Home Buyers

Only 12 days into the New Year and the mortgage industry is already in an uproar. Their screams call for more opportunities to new and current homeowners, no rise in loan fees by congress, maintaining high loan limits for borrowers, and establishing a consistent level of stability for the industry and confidence across the nation’s mortgage industry. Published on the National Mortgage News, details of another claim were given regarding… Read More »

First Time Home Buyers And Social Media | QR Codes

In the world of today, 1st home buyers are enjoying all the benefits and tools available to them with just a few simple clicks on their smart phones. With information everywhere on FHA loans and programs for FHA 1st time home buyers, the possibilities to own an FHA approved home in Orange County, Los Angeles, and Ventura County continues to grow with continual loan programs and benefits being created each day. As… Read More »

Common First Home Buyer Mistakes, Part Two

As promised, this week’s post is the continuation to last week’s Common First Home Buyer Mistakes, Part One. If you’ve missed the prior blog posting, be sure to check out the first one through five most common mistakes 1st time home buyers find themselves falling into. In addition to the first five, below are the remaining six through ten items every first home buyer should know and to avoid… 6.… Read More »

Common First Home Buyer Mistakes, Part One

As a first home buyer, buying a home is an exciting whirlwind full of new things and items to consider at each new turn. From renting to home ownership, many families are making their dreams come alive by investing in their future and building a foundation for years to come. Buying one’s first home is nothing short of a lifetime achievement. Though the purchasing of an FHA Orange County, Los… Read More »

Purchase a home through low rate mortgage lenders

he Federal Housing Administration is a department in the government that gives new homebuyers and people with low credit scores, the chance to purchase a home through low rate mortgage lenders. The way it works is an applicant will apply to the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) for a loan. The FHA won’t give the new homebuyer a loan, but they will give them a chance to get a loan through… Read More »

Proposed Changes to FHA Loans

We can all expect some changes in the coming months as the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) works to fix their problems. The first fix is towards their insurance premiums, which will be raised. The second is still only a proposal, but would limit the amount the seller can contribute to the closing costs of a home purchase. These fixes are in response to the FHA not meeting federal mandates which… Read More »