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What is the Right Mortgage for Buying a Fixer-Upper?

What is the Right Mortgage for Buying a Fixer-Upper?

You have found your dream house but it will take significant work to make it a home. You do not have cash in savings to pay for both a down payment and the repair costs. Not to worry - this is not a hopeless situation. Fortunately, there are two types of

Feb 13, 2019 | FHA Loans Purchasing a Home

Why Do Mortgage Rates Go Up and Down?

Why Do Mortgage Rates Go Up and Down?

Mortgage interest rates fluctuate from week to week and they can make huge swings from decade to decade. In the early 1980s, for example, mortgage rates were as high as 18% while roughly 30 years later they are less than a third of that rate. What causes

Jan 30, 2019 | Interest Rates

First-time Homebuyers should avoid these 5 Mistakes

First-time Homebuyers should avoid these 5 Mistakes

Buying a home for the first time is a very exciting adventure, but as with any new experience it can be easy to make plenty of mistakes. In order to make a satisfying purchase, try to avoid these 5 big first-timer blunders. 1. Get Pre-Approved before loo

Jan 16, 2019 | Purchasing a Home First-time Homebuyers Preapproval

The Ins and Outs of a Down Payment

The Ins and Outs of a Down Payment

Being able to purchase a home is often tied to how much of a down payment you have saved. If you have never bought a house before, you may not understand what a down payment is or why it is so important. Here’s the basics you need to know as you sav

Jan 02, 2019 | VA Loans FHA Loans Preapproval Purchasing a Home

Happy Holidays from RDS Mortgage Corporation

All of us at RDS Mortgage Corporation would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We would like to thank you for making 2018 a great year and for the privilege of helping you purchase or refinance your home. We hope that 2019 is a year

Dec 19, 2018 |

Should I Pay Off My Mortgage Before Retirement?

Should I Pay Off My Mortgage Before Retirement?

As you near retirement, you may be anxious to completely pay off your mortgage and be debt-free before your traditional income stops.  In most cases, this is the best plan but there are situations when holding on to your mortgage into retirement may

Dec 05, 2018 | Reverse Mortgages Refinancing a Home