Thank you for visiting Marketplace Home Mortgage. I know you’ll find the services offered here helpful and the loan programs not only convenient, but very competitive. It’s my goal to help you cut through the clutter and noise in the mortgage process, so you can quickly and efficiently find a loan that meets your objectives and fits your lifestyle.
As a professional in the mortgage lending industry, I’ve built my reputation on providing outstanding service to my clients. That means you can count on me to always look out for your best interests, and to keep you informed throughout every step of the lending process. Please don’t hesitate to call if you have questions about the information you find here on our website.
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THE MARKETPLACE HOME MORTGAGE BLOG
When you are comparing mortgage options, it is important to understand the difference between the interest rate and APR. When you see a loan rate advertised, you’ll also see a corresponding APR (4.5%/4.762% APR). This Annual Percentage Rate is the total cost of your loan (interest and fees) expressed as a single number. The purpose is to give you one number for comparing multiple loans.
But it’s an imperfect science.The problem with using APR as designed is that the calculation applies to the entire length of the loan, and some people use mortgage loans for only a few years due to refinancing or sale. READ MORE
It’s the time of the year when winter can start to lose it’s magic. The holidays have come and gone, and for many, the snow has started to wear out it’s welcome. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t still make the most of the cozy days ahead. READ MORE
In the mortgage industry, we are often asked if a home inspection is required. In many cases, the answer is no. However, even when it is not required, a home inspection is certainly recommended.
You are making a large investment when you buy a home, and having a professional home inspector look at it could save you a lot of time and money in the long run.