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July
22

Mortgage Process for Self-Employed Homebuyers - Wright-Patt

Applying for a mortgage means your financial situation is under close scrutiny and that applies even more so when you're self-employed. But that certainly doesn't mean that you can't get a mortgage or that you'll never be able to buy Beavercreek homes for sale. Many self-employed people successfully buy houses every year. But you may encounter a few more stumbling blocks along the way. So what can you do to make the process go as smoothly as possible? These tips can help.

  1. Keep good records and have the right documentation available. Lenders need to assess your ability to pay back the loan before you get approved. It can be a little more difficult to prove you have that ability when you're self-employed. You don't have the paper trail of pay stubs and W-2s other borrowers can rely on. You will need to produce more verification of your consistent income. In general, lenders will want at least two years of tax returns, a 1099 form, and a profit and loss statement if you are a business owner. You will also need monthly or quarterly statements from your bank and investment accounts.

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April
29

Early Mortgage Payoff-Wright-Patt Realty

If you find yourself in a position where paying off your mortgage is both feasible and reasonable for you and your family then congratulations are in order.  If you've reached the point of paying off your mortgage, then you've made the most of your finances along the journey thus far and are looking to make the most of them moving forward.  

Our REALTORS® know what it's like to buy a home as well as own a home outright and have helped countless homeowners just like you make crucial decisions for their home purchases. But is paying off your mortgage early always the right way to go?

The Power of Compounding Interest

Most people are familiar with interest simply in the form of a debt instrument. Your mortgage, car payment, or even student loans all have that dreaded word "interest" tied to them, which makes paying off a major debt even more rewarding. While interest is your enemy in loan situations, it can actually be your best ally on the investment end.

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July
10

Mortgage Mistakes
When it comes time to choose a mortgage loan, there are many factors that determine whether it's a good deal for you. Selecting the right mortgage loan at the right moment will help you meet your financial goals, potentially saving thousands of dollars over the lifetime of the mortgage.
Of course, there are also many pitfalls that can come along with the wrong mortgage loan. When you are buying a first house, it often seems like a race against time and this can cause issues if you don't get the right advice or overlook important opportunities.

Let's look at some of the most important mortgage mistakes to avoid:

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