One common type of loan many buyers use to purchase a Knoxville home for sale is a conventional loan, which requires the borrower to put anywhere from 5% to 20% down. Any Knoxville buyer than puts… read more →
This year is the year to finally buy that Farragut home you’ve been thinking about. Mortgage rates are still low and housing prices are slowly rising. And, 2013 is expected to be a big year for… read more →
Before starting you start looking at West Knoxville or Farragut homes for sale, one very key step in the process is to secure financing to purchase the home. Sitting down and talking with a loan officer… read more →
West Knoxville Homeowner should they sell or Refinance..?? Ask yourself these 3 questions.. I was recently on an appointment at a past clients home in West Knoxville. They had bought a home from me in Farragut… read more →
As lenders tighten mortgage guidelines, minimum downpayment requirements are increasing. It’s leading to an increase in the number of buyers accepting cash gifts from family. There’s a right and wrong way to accept a gift.
Despite tougher mortgage guidelines and better loan disclosures for consumers, mortgage fraud is on the rise.
The Federal Reserve released its September 21, 2010 meeting minutes Tuesday afternoon. Mortgage rates are slightly higher today.