Tag Archives: home financing

Ask an Agent: the Timeline for Purchasing a Home (Part 2)

Whether you’re a first-time home buyer or someone who has purchased before, the timeline of events can often be confusing. We’re here to help! Our simple infographic will be revealed over the next few weeks, and it outlines the entire …
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Categories: Home Buying, Mortgage


2013 versus 2014: More about Mortgage Rates

The statistic illustrated above shows the startling difference in net worth between homeowners and renters. Homeowners’ average net worth is $174,500, while renters average only $5,100. This means the average homeowners net worth is over 30 times greater than a …
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Categories: Mortgage, Uncategorized


Wisconsin Mortgage Corporation Industry Updates for 2014

Below is a letter from John Inzeo, Vice President of Wisconsin Mortgage Corporation, describing the housing and mortgage banking industry updates and changes to expect throughout 2014. If you have any questions about this information, contact a Wisconsin Mortgage Loan …
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Wisconsin Mortgage Remains the Number One Independent Mortgage Banker in Wisconsin

From October 2011-September 2013, Wisconsin Mortgage Corporation was the number one independent mortgage banker in Wisconsin assisting customers with Federal Housing Agency (FHA) financing. Wisconsin Mortgage assisted 950 families over the two-year time period. “Most importantly, these loans are performing …
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Categories: Mortgage


My Best Advice to Home Buyers

Financing a new home can be both a stressful and satisfying experience. Unfortunately, in today’s lending environment, much of the stress is created during the process of getting your loan approved. A good lender will prepare you for the financing portion of your …
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People are Buying Homes AND Getting Mortgages!

This article is courtesy of our friends at Keeping Current Matters. Many believe that very few houses are selling and that almost no one can get a mortgage. We want to let everyone know that neither of these assumptions is …
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