NMLS 166254

To Sell or Not to Sell Your Home

There comes a time in everyone’s life, where the home you bought with your first salaried job, or the vacation home passed down to you over the years, no longer works for you. Maybe your family is growing, or a new work opportunity on a new coast, either way, you face the decision of selling […]

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How Much is Your Home Really Worth?

If you’re considering selling your home, you’re probably wondering how much your home is worth, or better yet, you’re wondering if you can sell it for more than what it’s worth and make a profit? Let me just say it now: don’t. Your home’s value might’ve changed since you bought it and selling it may […]

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How to Move Out of Your Parent’s House

How to Move Out of Your Parent’s House: Establish Your Credit History While at Home – Try to establish secure lines of credit. This would include a credit card, student loans, leases, etc. A minimum of three lines shows you’re a reliable payer and can handle a financial responsibility. Save for a Down Payment – […]

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The Rise of Mortgage Fraud

As our economy grows more and more digitized, it’s become far too easy to fall victim to mortgaging schemes, for both the borrower and the lender. Here, at Choice Mortgage Bank, Inc., we’ve seen our far share of illegitimate schemes and at the end of the everyday, we like to make sure that we not […]

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What Rising Interest Rates Could Mean for You

If you’re in the market for a new mortgage or already have a mortgage, you may be wondering what the rising interest rates could mean for you. Although the federal interest rates hike doesn’t directly affect mortgage rates, you could end up paying more on your loan in the long-term. Still confused? The team at […]

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5 Questions to Ask Your Mortgage Broker

Let’s be honest, it’s much more fun to look for homes online and through apps than it is to research home loans, or find the right mortgage broker. After all, what is there not to like about house hunting – you get to stroll through beautiful homes and picture yourself as the homeowner. However, if […]

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Understanding Your FICO Score

Checking and monitoring your credit score is an essential task for all of us to manage. Striving for the best credit score possible can help you obtain new loans for a vehicle, home improvement project, mortgage and so much more. These scores aren’t just a number, but an open door to many opportunities in life. […]

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4 Mortgage Tips to Consider When Buying a Home

Buying a home is an exciting and sometimes scary step to take. Imagine this scenario: you decide on a budget, go house hunting, find your perfect home, take one look at the price tag and your heart sinks—how are you going to afford this? Mortgages can make help make your perfect home much more affordable […]

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How Do I Apply For A Veterans Mortgage Loan?

Becoming a homeowner may seem like a challenging task, but if you’ve served in the U.S. military or have a spouse who died while serving or due to a military-related disability, obtaining a mortgage loan may be simpler than you think. Your eligibility depends on when you served and how long you were on active […]

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Conventional vs. FHA Loans: What’s the Difference?

Loans are taken out for many reasons: buying a home, funding higher education, buying a car, and other large purchases. Understanding the different types of loans and what they mean for you can be overwhelming and confusing, but it doesn’t have to be! For housing, the differences between conventional and FHA loans are laid out […]

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Is It the Right Time to Refinance My Mortgage?

With hundreds of snowbirds making a move from snowy northern states to sunny South Florida every year, it seems the real estate market is constantly evolving. However, for those who have already purchased their homes in the sunshine state, their current mortgage might not be cutting it anymore. If you read that last sentence and […]

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Can Your Spending Hurt Your Refinancing?

Can major spending before your refinancing hurt you in the long run? Absolutely. Major spending, whether that be new investments or sudden shopping sprees, can cause major fluctuation’s in your credit information, your income situation, as well as your dependability as a paying customer. Naturally, all three of those elements can make getting a loan […]

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