Now, in September 2020, mortgage rates are about the lowest in history. Because of that, mortgage lenders have been hit with a deluge of new applications which is causing strains across the industry. That means it’s taking longer to get appraisals, underwriting turn times have been extended, and getting the loan to closing is taking
Mortgage interest rates have declined to the lowest in history but there are still some challenges out there for people buying or refinancing a home. The first affects home owners who took advantage of a forbearance, which is when your lender has allowed you to temporarily pause or pay less than your monthly mortgage payment.
As the country moved to reduce the spread of coronavirus by shutting down non-essential businesses, millions lost jobs — and without income, many homeowners are concerned about their ability to pay their mortgage. In fact, in Bankrate’s latest survey, 54 percent of borrowers expressed concern about making payments. Meanwhile, those still able to pay their
It is evident that COVID-19 has had a huge impact on many areas of life, specifically the job market and employment. The team at Indigo Mortgage New Mexico is here to inform you of changing loan programs during the pandemic. Because of the uncertainty, COVID-19 has had on people’s employment, many loan programs are harder
The state of the world today during the COVID 19 virus has made an impact on many areas of life, one of which includes the housing market. During this unprecedented time, here’s what you should know about home mortgages and what the New Mexico market looks like right now in May 2020. Due to uncertainties