Posts By: Las Vegas Mortgages

Not Satisfied With Your Existing FHA Mortgage?

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FHA refinancing streamline and las vegas home loans can save your home loan

WHY FHA STREAMLINE REFINANCING Works Not Satisfied With Your Existing FHA Mortgage?   Let Floor Rate Mortgages Streamline it for you! For Las Vegas homeowners, making the decision to refinance can be a confusing and frustrating process. However, with a little research they will find getting the lowest mortgage rates Henderson has to offer is possible… Read more »

Jumbo Loan Purchase: The Bigger Loan

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When you need a Big Loan For the State of Nevada, the requirements to qualify for a Jumbo Loan Purchase are the following: Borrower must take out a loan for at least $417,000. This type of loan also requires borrowers to put down approximately 25% of the asking price of the home. This means borrowers… Read more »

Floor Rate Mortgages makes Low Interest Rate Loans

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Floor Rate Mortgages… The Name Says it All Low Interest Rate Loans from Floor Rate Mortgages takes their name very seriously. So seriously in fact, they have also made it the focus of their mission statement. Getting homeowners the absolute lowest mortgage, or “floor” rate is not only their policy; it is their number one… Read more »

The 4 Types of Mortgage Loans

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The 4 Types of Mortgage Loans Although typically there are only 4 different types of mortgage loans; the Conventional Mortgage Loan, the  FHA Mortgage Loan, the VA Mortgage Loan and the Jumbo Mortgage Loan, there  are other “offshoots” or “spin-off”  loans that are listed under one of these 4 loan categorizations. Floor Rate Mortgages offer… Read more »

Play It Right Side Up With a Harp 2% Home Loan Rates

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Many people are still finding themselves upside down on their house payments and discovering flipping themselves right side up can not only be problematic in a recovering economy, but also seem impossible. The brutal backlash to terrible housing market crash that occurred almost a decade ago is that too many people are still losing their… Read more »