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4 Common Types of Home Loans. #Loan #RealEstate #home

Hayden Homes | New Home Builder - Oregon, Washington & Idaho

New home builder, offering affordable new homes throughout Oregon, Idaho and Washington. We offer a wide range of home plans to fit your needs and budget.


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USDA Rural Mortgage Rules + USDA Mortgage Rates. Great for first-time home buyers who can't afford a down payment.

Mortgage Rates, Mortgage News and Strategy : The Mortgage Reports

New Updates: The USDA Rural Housing mortgage offers 100% mortgage loans. Review loan qualifications and get rates. Safe and secure.

Fannie Mae is forecasting home sales and housing starts (new construction) to continue to increase at a healthy pace. Mortgage rates are also expected to continue to increase as well however. With interest rates low it's a great time to get into a home or move up! #utahhomes #utahrealestate #realtor

Fannie Mae's Housing Forecast

Fannie Mae's Housing Forecast [INFOGRAPHIC]

Do you want to know more about Conventional Loans? Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac: Conventional Loans Explained

Conventional Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Loan Options

Conventional loans by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are available to a wide range of consumers. Great credit & a bit of money, this is the way to go.

Jumbo Loans vs Conventional Mortgages

Jumbo vs. Conventional Loans Infographic | New American Funding

Here is a comparison between jumbo vs. conventional mortgage loans.

Non-Occupying Co-Borrower Guidelines: FHA and Freddie Mac Edition

A non-occupying co-borrower that has a solid credit history, low debt and enough income to meet their needs as well as help one of their relatives can step in and boost an overall mortgage application.

Fed's Postpone Federal Tapering! For now, $80 billion / month investments in Mortage-Backed Securities remain. See how tapering will affect you!

Infographic: How Would Federal Tapering Affect me? -

Federal Tapering has been postponed due to the instability of our economy. This infographic illustrates how Tapering off Mortgage-Backed Securities at 45 billion each month, would directly affect you and the housing market.