Posts Tagged: special mortgages NY

Teachers: Our Every Day Heroes

An activist for education by the name of Malala Yousafzai once said “One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher can change the world.” A teacher’s basic job definition is to instruct other individuals in any subject matter that’s given. However, we’ve noticed a lot of teachers that constantly go above and beyond the… Read more »

Loans for Police Officers and Law Enforcement

Thank you for your dedication to protect us! At Residential Home Funding, we appreciate all the hard work and effort police officers and law enforcement personnel like you do to protect us. That is why we offer two different types of home loans that are special for law personnel just like you. If you are:… Read more »

Want To Reduce Your Closing Costs?

How to get the best costs and to finish the deal to homeownership To obtain a mortgage, we have to pay miscellaneous fees regarding the title, land surveyor, the government for their taxes and recording the deed, and other fees. The closing costs alone can be an additional 6% of the loan. However, the closing… Read more »

History of the Mortgage Rates

We’ve been saying a lot that mortgage rates. You might think it’s a gimmick and we are pulling your arm. However, if you look at the past 100 years, you can see it’s actually true! Around 1930’s, mortgages were starting to take off in America. When they first started, most mortgages required buyers to make… Read more »

Should I sell my first home or rent it out?

Millennials especially are buying their first home. However, some buy a house that they need at the moment, not a house they will need in the future if they get married or want to grow their family with children. So you go on a quest for a second home that will fit your new needs… Read more »

How to close quickly on your mortgage

Mortgage rates are at an all-time low and with the availability of low- and no-down payment loans, it’s no wonder why it’s easy to be a homeowner! Due to this, it is a seller’s market. However, a prepared buyer will most likely get the house, especially of the seller requests a “quick closing”. If you… Read more »

Interesting Facts about Thanksgiving

Since 1863, Americans have celebrated the last Thursday of November as Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving have always been a tradition of a warm get-together with family and friends over a fresh turkey meal, with homemade sides like mashed potatoes, green bean, casserole, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and you finish the night out with a nice warm slice of… Read more »

Teachers and Leaders and Speakers, Oh My

The annual New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) Convention was held in Atlantic City, NJ last week. NJEA was created to help those in New Jersey public education achieve excellence. The convention draws teachers and educational support professionals together to learn more in order to achieve their mission of promoting a quality system of public education… Read more »