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Featured • April 15 2021
Here are a few things you need to consider to land the best possible mortgage when you're self-employed.
Featured • April 07 2021
When refinancing, be careful to avoid some pitfalls and traps that could cost you money in the long run. Here are some of the most common mistakes people make when they rush to refinance.
Featured • March 31 2021
Keep your home in the best possible shape with these surprising life hacks.
Featured • March 23 2021
If you're a new homeowner, you might be wondering how homeownership affects your taxes. The answer is: It depends on one big thing—will you be itemizing your deductions or claiming the standard deduction?
Featured • March 11 2021
Online webinars are making it easier than ever to help buyers get educated and take the first steps toward their dream of homeownership.
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Most people are familiar with the FICO score version of the credit score. Scores on the FICO scale range from 300 to 850. However, there isn’t just one credit score range to go by. There are different types of credit scores, and each of them has its own range. This is the main reason why when you look at a consumer credit report versus a mortgage or lender report, you notice a difference in the scores. Sometimes there are multiple score modules.
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Your credit score can impact many areas of your life, particularly when it comes to homeownership – yet few seem to fully understand how it’s calculated. And more importantly, how it may be improved. MGIC’s illuminating mortgage infographic, Breaking Down Credit Score, will help you easily understand how the FICO credit score is calculated and reveals credit-related facts like the average national credit score.
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Mortgage insurance may seem like just one more painful added expense when considering buying a home and how much you can afford. And it's true, private mortgage insurance, or PMI, does increase your monthly payment
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