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#TaraMTG Tuesdays: The Secret to Renovating with a VA Loan

DHREA 14/08/2018

(Every Tuesday we feature a blog from one of our fantastic affiliates, Tara Mortgage Services!)

Did you know that there’s a VA loan specifically for home renovations? It’s true! With a VA Renovation Loan, you can use up to $35,000 to pay for home improvements. Also called a VA Rehab Loan, this an additional loan you would get at the time of purchase.

Wondering where that $35,000 amount comes from? The 35k is just about 25% of the total entitlement that veterans receive with a VA loan.

How does a VA Renovation Loan work?

A VA Renovation Loan is a second loan and is technically separate from your home loan. However, both loans will be lumped together so that you’ll have only one mortgage rate and one monthly mortgage payment.

How To Use a VA Renovation Loan

The goal of a VA Renovation Loan is to bring the home up to VA Home Loan standards. So while it won’t allow for a whole kitchen makeover, you can still do some major improvements.

You can use it to repair or replace the flooring. You can fix electrical systems, improve the plumbing, and even make some energy efficiency upgrades! However, if you’re looking to do a complete kitchen remodel, with new cabinets and maybe adding a center island with a granite countertop, you’ll need a different VA loan product for that.

Remodeling with a VA Cash-Out Refinance

With a VA Cash-Out Refinance, you can cash-out on your total equity. For example, if you have $33,000 in equity in your home, you can take out the entire $33,000. You could also choose to take out just a portion, say $20,000, to fund your kitchen remodel.

What’s more, if you plan it right, you could increase the value of your home with the remodel!

A VA Cash-Out isn’t limited to just home improvements either. You can use it for anything from buying a new car to taking a family vacation. Here’s another perk: you may be able to reduce your mortgage rate too!

Imagine being able to take out cash to remodel a bathroom, while increasing the value of your home, and still pay less per month on your mortgage! Of course, there’s no guarantee that all three of these perks will happen all at once, but with a VA Cash-Out Refinance, it’s not out of the question.

There are many more benefits awarded to current and retired military personnel, and their spouses through VA loans. Lower than average interest rates, zero downpayment options, and no mortgage insurance premiums are but a few. And when you combine it with a VA Renovation or Cash-Out Refinance, the advantages add up even more!

Not a veteran? We got you covered. Contact Tara Mortgage Services to learn more about special loan programs for first-time homebuyers, less-than-perfect-credit homebuyers, and investors too!

 

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#TaraMTG Tuesday: Tips for Buying a Home When You’re Self-Employed

DHREA 07/08/2018

(Every Tuesday we feature a blog from one of our fantastic affiliates, Tara Mortgage Services!)

 

Self-employment has its perks, like making your own schedule, negotiating your pay, and maybe even have a little more free time to do the things you love! If you’re self-employed or a freelancer, you’re not alone — about a third the U.S. workforce is self-employed, and it’s projected to increase to 42% in the next 2 years.

Our office has also seen a rise in self-employed home loan applicants –and we’re excited to see the shift. In many ways, self-employment means freedom, and anything that helps our clients gain freedom in their lives and finances is something we want to be a part of.

With that said, there are a few more hoops that self-employed applicants need to jump through when applying for a home loan. It’s nothing too difficult, just a few more steps to verify income. Find out precisely what it takes to apply for a home loan when you’re self-employed, and see how close you are to even more independence with a low-rate home loan!

Getting Ready to Buy a Home When You’re Self-Employed

Traditionally, when applying for a home loan, applicants supply their W-2’s. As a freelancer or self-employed worker, you’ll need to prove your income and taxes differently. Here’s how to do it Your 1099 If you’re self-employed, you’ll report your taxes with a 1099 form rather than W-2’s. Freelancing can sometimes mean irregular income –meaning you’ll earn a little more one month and a little less the next.

So we have a more accurate picture of your income, we’ll ask for more financial information. Typically, this means providing two years worth of tax returns. If you’ve been self-employed for less than two years or don’t have tax returns for the previous two years, please call us to help you figure out the fastest way to qualifying for a home loan.

Saving for a Downpayment

Whether self-employed or not, the more you can put down for a home the better it is. Not only will your monthly payments likely be lower, but you’ll end up paying less over the life of the loan. But when you’re a freelancer, your savings takes on an additional meaning — it proves financial stability. Financing the self-employed borrower can be considered a little riskier, which is why more financial information is required.

However, with a savings backing you up, your application will look all the more favorable, getting you on the fast track to approval.

Don’t have much to put down? That’s okay! Call Tara Mortgage Services to see how they can help you find a home loan with flexible requirements ,and can help you find ways to come up with a down payment fast.

Review Your Credit

We’ve talked about credit scores many times here on our blog. That’s because your credit is so critical to your home loan rate and which loans you qualify for. And when you’re self-employed, your credit score is all the more vital! We suggest that you review your credit as soon as possible –you can even do that now by asking for a free credit report from the credit bureaus (you’re entitled one free report a year).

You can also let us request your credit report. When you apply for a loan with us, we’ll request your credit report and review it with you. If there are any discrepancies, we can give you tips on how to sort it out and possibly raise your score.

Be Thoughtful with Your Tax Deductions

One of the benefits of independent work is the ability to write-off expenses on your taxes. Expenses such as your Internet, cell phone, travel, lodging, supplies, and the like are all reasonable write-offs. But here’s a word of caution – the more you deduct, the less income is reported on taxes. So, if you’re in the market to buy a home or invest in property soon, reconsider how much you’re deducting from your taxes.

Learn About Your Mortgage Options

There’s a loan for every applicant, especially the self-employed! Besides the favorable rates and stability that a conventional home loan offers, there are other options that may be a good fit: FHA loan – Requires only 3.5% down! USDA loan –Zero down on homes in qualifying rural areas. VA loan – For active duty military, veterans and their families offering zero down.

Self-employment shouldn’t hold you back from reaching homeownership freedom. All it takes is some planning, thoughtful financial choices, and applying with Tara Mortgage Services!

 

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Detailed Game plan from A-Z for your next Buy and Hold

Saturday, Aug 11, 2018, 10:00 AM

Hampton Inn Bridgeville
150 Old Pond Rd Bridgeville, pa

34 Members Attending

This is a great session for those who want to buy and hold. This will give you an idea of realistic expectations that you can count on for your current and your future investments. We will look at some of my current and past buy and hold properties and take a close look to see what mistakes and successes I had made and lets learn from those and com…

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#TaraMTG Tuesday: 7 Ways Mortgage Professionals Can Help You!

DHREA 31/07/2018

(Every Tuesday we feature a blog from one of our fantastic affiliates, Tara Mortgage Services!)

 

When you think of the kind of help a mortgage professional offers most likely you think home loan services. But did you know that we can do more?

It’s true! Our office does more than match you with the right loan at a competitive rate. We help you navigate every aspect of homeownership success.

Have questions? Give us a call or contact us through our online form located at the top and bottom of our website.

Trustworthy Credit Advice

Credit scores are a critical part of the mortgage process, so our expertise in credit scores comes with the territory. Because your credit score is essential to the mortgage rate, you want to make sure you have the facts about your credit score and how you can improve it.

So when you’re looking for honest answers about your FICO score, remember Tara Mortgage Services can help!

Explain the Homebuying Process

Curious about what it takes to buy a home but not quite ready to move toward applying for a loan?

Maybe you’re wondering:

  • Which loan option is best
  • About hiring a real estate agent
  • What fees to expect
  • How much home you can afford to buy

Offer Down Payment Tips

Many think that you need a 20% down payment for a home, but that’s not true! There are many loan options where you need as little as 3.5% down!

Need help coming up with down payment that won’t drain your savings? We’ll coach you on creative ways to come up with it. From monetary gifts to home buying assistance programs, we know all the tricks to buy a home with limited funds to start.

Do a Financial Checkup

Similar to your annual health checkup, your finances need a checkup too! We’ll take a look at your assets, income, and other financial obligations so that you can have a better understanding of your financial situation.

Just as a doctor gives you tips on how to improve your health, we’ll make some recommendations, like refinancing to a better term, to improve your financial health.

Explore Investment Property Options

Considering buying an investment property? We’ll clarify your loan options, and offer advice, so you decide if it’s a smart financial move.

Avoid Foreclosure

Foreclosure doesn’t have to happen to you. We can help you explore different options before it gets to the point where you can no longer afford your mortgage payments. If you think you might be at risk for missing mortgage payments, please contact us right away.

Look Out for Your Home Buying Interests

As mortgage professionals, we’re passionate about being a valuable home loan consultant in every way. From helping you decide whether you should refinance out of an FHA loan, or how to recognize housing scams, our duty is to serve you.

Mortgage Professionals at Your Service

Whether you’re a first time home buyer, an existing homeowner, a budding property investor with questions, or just looking for a financial checkup, we’re here to offer honest guidance and advice. Contact Tara Mortgage Services today for personalized assistance from an experienced mortgage professional.

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Detailed Game plan from A-Z for your next Buy and Hold

Saturday, Aug 11, 2018, 10:00 AM

Hampton Inn Bridgeville
150 Old Pond Rd Bridgeville, pa

9 Members Attending

This is a great session for those who want to buy and hold. This will give you an idea of realistic expectations that you can count on for your current and your future investments. We will look at some of my current and past buy and hold properties and take a close look to see what mistakes and successes I had made and lets learn from those and com…

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Tara Mortgage Services, LLC: www.Tara-MTG.net

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#TaraMTG Tuesday: Your Questions About Closing Costs Answered!

DHREA 24/07/2018

(Every Tuesday we feature a blog from one of our fantastic affiliates, Tara Mortgage Services!)

 

This blog will answer the most common questions about buyers closing costs, including some ideas for minimizing paying closing costs upfront.

“Will There Always Be Closing Costs?”

Yes, there are always closing costs. Whether you’re the buyer or the seller or even refinancing, you’re going to have closing costs. If you’re the buyer, your mortgage closing costs account for about 2%-5% of the purchase price. If you’re the seller, about 6% of the sales price will go toward paying realtor fees.

“Can I Roll Closing Costs into the Loan?”

Typically, the only loan that allows you to include the closing costs into the mortgage is a USDA loan.

Home loans have a loan-to-value ratio (LTV ratios) that puts a cap on how much you can include in the loan. This is calculated by taking your loan amount plus the closing costs and then subtracting the down payment. The number you’re left with must not exceed the LTV limit for that specific loan.

The only exception to the LTV ratio rule are USDA loans. You can include your closing costs into a USDA loan just as long as your property appraises for more than the sales price.

“Can I Have The Seller Pay for My Closing Costs?”

You can negotiate with the seller to see if and how much of your closing costs, including realtor fees, they are willing to pay. One way to entice them to pay your fees is to offer to buy the home for a higher purchase price if they agree to pay for some of your costs.

You may be wondering if this is actually worth, but consider this: increasing your offer by $6000 in exchange for them paying $6000 in your closing fees amounts to only a few extra dollars a month in your mortgage payment. If you’re looking for a way to save on your fees upfront, this is how you want to do it.

Note that each type of loan has a max as to how much the seller can contribute to your closing costs. Call our office for more information.

“What’s Included in My Closing Costs?”

The following is not an exhaustive list, and the amounts will vary. However, you will have a precise breakdown of your closing costs when funding your home purchase with us.

  • Appraisal Fee
  • Attorney Fee
  • Escrow Fee
  • Closing Fee -charged by the title company
  • Courier Fee -sent by a carrier or delivery service, though we utilize digital mortgage processing as much as possible
  • Pre-Paid Interest
  • Real Estate Taxes and PMI Escrow Deposit
  • Pre-Paid Hazard Insurance
  • Up-Front FHA MIP -applicable only on FHA loans
  • Discount Points
  • Flood Certificate Fee
  • Recording Fees -for issuing a new deed
  • Transfer Tax -vary by county
  • HOA Transfer Fee Pest Inspection -required for all government-backed loans
  • Title Insurance
  • Title Search Fee
  • Underwriting Fee
  • Loan Origination Fee
  • Survey Fee
  • Wire Transfer Fee
  • VA Funding Fee -applicable only to VA loans.

Closing costs may not be the most attractive part of buying a home or refinancing your current mortgage, but it’s a small price to pay for the benefits that a home loan provides. Find out how much you qualify for by applying for home loan with Tara Mortgage Services today!

 

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#TaraMTG Tuesdays: 10 Credit Score Myths DEBUNKED!

DHREA 10/07/2018

(Every Tuesday we feature a blog from one of our fantastic affiliates, Tara Mortgage Services!)

Your credit score is one of your most powerful tools for planning your financial future –mostly because it determines the terms of loans like mortgages. Unfortunately, there’s a lot of misunderstandings about FICO scores, and it can lead you to miss out on the benefits of your credit.

Myth #1 Checking Your Credit Lowers Your Score

There’s a difference between you checking your credit and a creditor checking your credit. When you apply for credit, the creditor conducts “a hard inquiry” to review your rating. Only hard inquiries affect your score. Inquiries stay on your report for 24 months, but only the ones from the past 12 months affect your score.

The good news is that one or two inquiries a year are nothing to worry about. But have been applying for credit or loans more than three times a year, it may start lowering your score.

Myth #2 Your Debt-to-Income Ratio Affects Your Score

Debt-to-income ratio is the amount of monthly debt obligations, like car payments, compared to your monthly gross income. Credit bureaus don’t have access to your income so there’s no way for them to factor it into your score. DTI ratios are most often used to determine how much home you can afford. Considering this, it’s a good idea to lower your debt to get a larger loan. However, when it comes to your credit score, your debt-to-income doesn’t affect it.

Myth #3 The Higher the Debt, The Lower the Score

Not all debt is the same! Debt from a mortgage, even a $300,000 mortgage loan, is considered “good debt” because a home is a financial investment. $15,000 credit card debt, on the other hand, is bad debt.

Keep your credit balances low, preferably below 15% of the credit limits, and you’ll be on your way to maintaining your FICO high.

Myth #4 Paying Off Collections Raises Your Score

This one is surprising. Once a collection agency is involved, your score is going to take major hit. Even after you pay off or settle the debt, the delinquency will still show on your report. The only way to remove it is by disputing it with all three major credit bureaus. It’s not easy but worth the effort!

Myth #5 Your Credit Becomes Joint with Your Spouse

When You Get Married Getting married doesn’t automatically include your spouse on your credit nor does it add you on theirs. If you want to be added to their account and possibly reap the benefits of their credit score, your spouse needs to call creditors to have them add you. 

Myth #6 A Better Job Means You’ll Have a Better Score

Despite credit bureaus having your employers information, they don’t have access to your salary or yearly income. So a better paying job won’t affect your credit score. On the other hand, higher income could mean you can now pay down debt –and that definitely increases your credit score! 

Myth #7 If You Don’t Use a Credit Card, You Should Close It

The longer your credit’s open, the better it is for your score, so you never want to close credit cards. However, creditors may end up closing it if there’s no activity so try to use it (and pay it off) every month to keep it open.

Myth #8 Opening a Credit Card will Hurt Your Score

This myth is a little tricky. While opening a new credit account will make your score drop initially, it’s only temporary. After a few cycles of payments, your new credit will start to rise again and even improve from where it was in the first place.

Myth #9 One Late Payment Won’t Lower Your Score Much

Payment history is the most significant factors in your FICO score. Even just one payment that’s late by 30 days lowers your score by 50 points or more. Don’t let this happen to you! Set up a reminder or automatic payment schedule and avoid making this costly mistake.

Surprised by some of these credit myths? We bet you’ll also be surprised by how much you qualify for and the great terms Tara Mortgage Services offer (even with less than perfect credit). Contact Tara Mortgage Services today!

 

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#TaraMTG Tuesdays: HUD Homes are One of the Best Deals Available. Here’s Why!

DHREA 12/06/2018

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Pairing the low-rates of an FHA loan with a HUD home one of the best home-buying deals you can get! HUD homes are houses that were once financed with a government-backed loan. However, the owner was not able to make payments, and the home went into foreclosure. The home is now owned by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and is called a HUD home.

The government will often sell these below market value, but the perks don’t stop there!

Check out these other benefits to buying a HUD home with an FHA loan:

  • Assistance with down-payment, up to 3% of your contribution!
  • Assistance with closing costs, up to 5% of the purchase price!
  • May close faster since HUD homes are already appraised by FHA approved appraiser
  • Preference as a primary residence buyer over real estate investors looking to just “flip” the home

HUD homes aren’t usually listed on traditional real estate websites, and bidding gets competitive fast. We encourage working with a realtor familiar with HUD home buying. Please contact us for trusted recommendations.

HUD home availability changes quickly, and the bidding competition even faster. So in addition to having a knowledgeable realtor guiding you, you’ll want to be ready with your FHA loan approval letter.

Not using an FHA loan? You can still buy a HUD home!

Although HUD homes are government-owned, you aren’t limited to government financing from FHA or VA loans. You can also purchase a HUD home with a Conventional loan. Also, there’s no special qualification process to buy a HUD home. However, you will be required to own the property for a year before listing it for sale again.

Interested in buying a HUD home? We don’t blame you! The savings you gain from purchasing a home from the government are many. And when you combine it with the advantages of government-backed loans like a VA or FHA, your savings snowballs.

No matter which loan you choose, remember to be ready to move quickly with your approval letter. Start the application today, and you could have your home in time to enjoy summertime grilling in your new home!

Have more questions about buying a HUD home or FHA loans? Contact Tara Mortgage Services today!

 

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#TaraMTG Tuesdays: Most Popular Ways to Finance Home Improvements

DHREA 05/06/2018

(Every Tuesday we feature a blog from one of our fantastic affiliates, Tara Mortgage Services!)

 

Saving for making improvements to your home is often the least expensive route, but it’s not always possible. Thankfully, you have other options for financing! Our business is in home loans, so you might already guess, that’s the option we recommend, but you don’t have to take our word for it.

Read about all your home improvement financing options –from traditional home improvement loans to peer-to-peer loans to cash out refinancing –and decide which is best for you!

Traditional Home Improvement Loans

These loans are financed by banks, credit unions, and a few online lenders. You’ll get a lump sum to pay for all the labor and materials for your home improvements, such as replacing your HVAC system or putting in a new pool.

Though the name implies that it’s a home loan, it’s not –at least not in the typical sense of the term. It doesn’t consider your home equity nor does it require your home as collateral.

A home improvement loan is unsecured so you can expect a higher rate than you would with a secured loan.

Personal Line of Credit

This loan is also an unsecured loan and is collateral-free. You can use the lump sum however you wish. You can upgrade your home and set some money aside for a vacation too. Or maybe pay down some debt. They are funded reasonably fast and don’t require any equity in your home either.

However, a word of caution: the repayment period is usually shorter. This means that your monthly payment will likely be high. If you cannot afford to make high monthly payments, a personal line of credit may not be for you.

Peer-to-Peer Loan

These loans are funded by a group of investors rather than a bank or the government (we’ll talk about government loans below). They go by different names, and you may have even received a flyer in the mail from these non-traditional lenders.

On the upside, these loans are also funded quickly, and you can use the money however you want. The downside, however, is that these loans have some of the highest interest rates out there.

Home Equity Loans

Home equity loans and home equity lines of credit (HELOCs) have longer repayment periods with lower interest rates than the above-mentioned loans. That means your monthly payments will be small and more of the payment will go toward the principle.

Another big bonus is that the interest is tax deductible!

The biggest risk to this loan comes with defaulting. If you’re unable to repay the loan, you put your home at risk for foreclosure.

A home equity loan lets you borrow a lump sum, while a HELOC acts more like a line of credit.

With a HELOC, you have a “draw period” during which you can withdraw money. During this time, you only have to repay interest so your initial monthly payments will be quite low. When that draw period ends, your payments will then also include the principle. A HELOC typically has a variable interest rate, so your monthly payment could still be low even after the draw period ends, but it may also increase significantly.

If you prefer a fixed rate, then you’ll want to look at interest rates of a home equity loan or ask about our fixed-rate HELOCs.

Cash-Out Refinance

A cash-out refinance replaces your current mortgage with a new one, but this time you’ll borrow extra money to finance your home improvements. Borrowing more money means it will take longer to pay off your home, however, your new home loan may have a lower rate than your current one.

This option often requires you to have about 20% equity as well as meeting all the typical requirement of a home loan such as employment and good credit score.

FHA Title I Property Improvement Loans

If your equity isn’t high enough for a cash-out refi, consider an FHA Title I loan. This government-funded loan is for specific home improvements such as energy conservation. They cannot be used for “luxury improvements” such as swimming pools or outdoor patios. This loan caps at $25,000 with a 20-year repayment period. These loans are not widely available, so you’ll want to contact us to see if you qualify.

Want to know precisely how low your payment can be to fund your home improvement? Apply today! Use our digital home loan application and upload your docs securely in between shopping for floor tile and a new kitchen countertop!

Click here to contact Tara Mortgage Services about your potential loan today!

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Saturday, Jun 9, 2018, 10:00 AM

Hampton Inn Bridgeville
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