Tag: home loan

Mortgage Shopping

Purchasing a home can be a huge undertaking. The current housing market is booming, with homes selling faster than buyers can put in offers. At Indigo Mortgage New Mexico, we urge buyers to shop local when it comes to your home loan; here’s why. The team at Indigo has always encouraged borrowers to shop around

Home Interest Rate

In today’s housing market, home interest rates are steadily rising. Due to the increased interest rates, some homeowners may choose adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs) over traditional fixed-rate mortgages. The experts at Indigo Mortgage in New Mexico can help you better understand which home mortgage type is best for you. An adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) is when the

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Purchasing a home is a huge financial commitment. When it comes to finding the right mortgage lender, it pays to shop around. Some buyers are unaware of what’s going on in the current housing market. The number of mortgage loan applications has significantly dropped for lenders in the past few weeks. This means lenders are

As we’ve mentioned during the last few weeks, the rise in the mortgage interest rates has caused a big drop in the number of mortgage loan applications. Some lenders are now chasing profits, trying to keep their net revenue the same while doing fewer deals. Many national lenders are chasing these profits by charging a

When purchasing a home, there are many rules and requirements a borrower must follow. Previously, we touched on the source of funds and laws that are designed to prohibit money laundering. Let’s expand on how lenders verify the funds in bank accounts and investment accounts. When funds to close a home loan are required, mortgage

When you’re getting ready to purchase a home and need funds for the down payment and closing costs, it’s important that borrowers follow the rules in mortgage lending. One important factor is the source of funds. Where did the funds for closing come from? Source of funds falls under the Federal anti-money laundering law. In

As consumers know, the feds are determined to raise interest rates beginning in March 2022 and have announced at least three more increases during 2022, in an effort to slow inflation. Mortgage rates are not directly tied to the feds raising interest rates and home loan rates look like they’ll settle somewhere in the low