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The possibility of an interest rate hike that affects mortgages is on everyone’s mind. The Federal Reserve may make the announcement this month and many are concerned about what this will mean for interest rates in the short-term. Indigo Mortgage would like to reassure you that even if mortgage rates…
A home equity line of credit, or HELOC, allows a homeowner to tap into their home’s equity at a low interest rate. HELOC’s are great for major expenses such as education, home improvements or unexpected medical bills. However, because HELOC’s carry a variable mortgage interest rate, when interest rates rise,…
Here at Indigo Mortgage, we’ve been talking a lot the last several years about how interest rates have been at historic lows, but following the election, we’ve slight increase in rates and some borrowers are concerned. True, interest rates have risen almost a full percentage point above where they were…
Tuesday Nov 8, 2016

Know Your Mortgage Options!

At Indigo Mortgage, we believe that it’s imperative to shop around before purchasing a loan or refinancing. Homeowners don’t always realize how many options are available, and often they accept higher rates than they deserve. In some cases, homeowners are turned down for a loan or a refinance, and they…
Indigo Mortgage is proud to be a locally owned and operated New Mexico broker. We believe that having a local presence provides many advantages and benefits to our customers. Lower Rates: National lenders often hike up their rates or hide the terms of the loan in the fine print. Because…
Recently, we’ve been getting phone calls from veterans asking us to match low rates they’ve seen advertised. Upon further investigation, we often find that these rates are not what they seem. For example, clients may be offered a 30-year mortgage with a low rate like 2.5% or 2.75%, but the…
Residential home construction loans have made a huge comeback. Many homeowners are opting to build a custom new home rather than buy a new home. Of course a process this complex and expensive comes with its share of anxiety. Planning ahead can ease some of the stress and make the…
Tuesday Oct 4, 2016

Better Loans for Veterans

If you’re a veteran, be wary of refinancing offers from national or out-of-state lenders. We’ve seen cases where they may actually hurt you rather than help. For example, we had a disabled veteran come in and ask us to compare offers he got from a national lender. This lender was…
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