A VA refinance loan is known as a “VA Cash Out” in several refi scenarios: when the veteran is refinancing more than their property’s current payoff and getting cash back from their equity, when he or she is consolidating a first and second mortgage, or when they are paying off other liens or consolidating debt.
A VA Streamline IRRL loan, also known as a VA IRRL (for “interest rate reduction loan”) is a loan designed for a veteran to refinance his or her current VA loan into a loan to get a lower interest rate and lower monthly payment. The IRRL refinance must be a VA to VA refinance. It’s
Veterans with an existing mortgage have seen that interest rates are at record lows for Streamline loans or what we call IRRLs, Interest Rate Reduction Loans. This, of course, is a great opportunity for Veterans to streamline a refinance to get into those low rates and save them hundreds of dollars in monthly mortgage payments.
With COVID -19 disrupting the mortgage market, there have been many unexpected changes. Below is an update as to where things are in the mortgage industry, according to the Indigo New Mexico team. As consumers know, mortgage interest rates have declined and are currently the lowest in history. With that being said, there are still
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
At Indigo Mortgage New Mexico, we consider ourselves true mortgage brokers. What does this mean exactly? Below we will explain the key differences between a broker and other types of mortgage companies. There are 2 types of mortgage companies, mortgage brokers, and the “other guys”. We say this because the mortgage brokers are the ones
VA mortgage loans have made dramatic changes over the last few months. Here’s a general outline of the VA program and the most recent changes that have occurred. The VA has increased their funding fee requirements. The funding fee for a first-time use VA loan will increase from 2.15% to 2.3%. For subsequent use VA
With 2020 right around the corner, big changes are coming to the world of home loans. These changes are specifically concerning VA loans. Here are a few things to come to New Mexico home buyers in the new year. Starting January 1st, the VA will classify all loan amounts the same. In other words, there