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Three Steps to Getting Pre-Approved for a Mortgage
October 25, 2022.

Getting pre-approved is one of the most important steps in the mortgage process. With a pre-approval letter in hand, you’ll have a better idea of how much home you can afford. What does a lender look at during pre-approval? Let’s take a look at the top three criteria that will determine your pre-approval odds when buying a home!

Non-Traditional Loans for Self-Employed and Investors
October 3, 2022.

Minute Mortgages offers loans that are great for self-employed buyers or investors! These loans aren’t required to meet government-sponsored guidelines and are available with alternative types of documentation.

4 Parts to Your Mortgage Payment
September 26, 2022.

Have you ever wondered where the money in your mortgage payment goes to each month? Let’s break down the PITI of your mortgage payment!

Down Payment Myths
September 2, 2022.

As home prices keep going up, being able to save 20% down can be harder and harder for the average first-time buyer. Luckily, today’s buyers have a variety of options for down payment assistance and some loan programs that require little to no down payment at all.

Minute Mortgage’s Tech-Integrated Loan Experience Expands to Texas
April 20, 2022.

Minute Mortgage, a people-focused, tech-forward mortgage company with an aggressive growth plan, has expanded its services across Texas.

Federal Fees Increase for Second, Vacation Homes
February 28, 2022.

Starting April 2, 2022, the Federal Housing Finance Agency will be raising fees for second homes. Learn more about how this could affect your buying power.

Homestead: Arizona Allows Creditors to Access Equity
January 24, 2022.

HB2617 allows creditors to place liens on homes to recoup debts. How does this affect the Homestead Declaration Act and homeowners carrying debt?

Quick Closings With Our Super Fast Timelines
January 9, 2022.

We’ve streamlined our services to get you closed faster. Find out more about our expedited underwriting process!

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