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Should I Pay Mortgage Taxes and Insurance on My Own?

When you buy a home or refinance, your lender will talk about setting up an “escrow” account. They may also refer to the charges in that account at “impounds.” If you are new to mortgage loans, you may not understand what these terms mean. And even if you’ve been around the mortgage block a few times, you may wonder if you’d be better off handling the impounds yourself. What are Escrow Accounts and Impounds?  Escrow is a third party-managed account that collects money for your property taxes and homeowner insurance, paying them off when the bills ...

December 30th, 2020 | Mortgage Advice, Should I Pay Mortgage Taxes and Insurance on My Own?

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5 People Who Will Make Buying Your Home a Smoother Process

Buying a home is an exciting task that brings you a step closer to living your dream life. It’s also one of the most significant investments you’ll ever make, so you want to make sure you choose the best property possible. However, it involves many complicated processes and paperwork that can feel overwhelming and intimidating to handle by yourself, so you’ll want to partner up with highly qualified professionals who can guide you through it all. While you won’t find all of these people in one place, knowing the kinds of people you need will get you through half the ...

December 26th, 2020 5 People Who Will Make Buying Your Home a Smoother Process

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When You Should Consider Having Your Loan Refinanced

Just when it seems like you have affixed your last signature on your mortgage forms, deals for refinancing come at you left, right, and center. However, does it make sense to have your mortgage refinanced? Here are the facts that you need to know. When You Should Consider Having Your Loan Refinanced Keep in mind that having your loan refinanced will end your old mortgage and begin a new one. However, there are a few advantages to having your mortgage refinanced. 1 – Lower Interest Rates There is a chance that you will be able to get lower interest rates on your refinanced mor...

December 24th, 2020 When You Should Consider Having Your Loan Refinanced

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

All of us at Frontline Financial, LLC would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We hope that 2021 is a year full of happiness, health and prosperity for you and your loved ones. All the Best, Frontline Financial, LLC

December 23rd, 2020 | Refinancing a Home, Credit, Home Equity, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

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Questions to Ask Your Mortgage Lender

Buying a home or refinancing usually involves taking out the biggest loan of your life. It's important to make sure you understand everything that goes into that mortgage and what will be required of you as a borrower. Here are the most essential questions to ask your lender before you sign on the dotted line. What types of mortgage loans are available? There are dozens of mortgage types out there: conventional or government-backed (FHA, VA, and USDA), fixed-rate or adjustable-rate, jumbo, reverse, etc. Ask your lender to explain your options and which ones would be a good fit for ...

December 16th, 2020 | Mortgage, Conventional Loans, Questions to Ask Your Mortgage Lender

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A Perfect Match: 3 Tips to Find the Best Mortgage Lender

A vital point that any veteran homebuyer should know about when buying a house is that having a smoother purchasing process can only be made possible if they know how to choose a mortgage lender. As important as factors like location, pricing, amenities, and proximity to nearby recreational and functional spaces are, the quality of the experience will heavily depend on the type of mortgage lender you’re working with. In times like these, where the costs of living are much higher than ever, it is critical to find the right financial support that has you covered. Now, let’s go ...

December 16th, 2020 A Perfect Match: 3 Tips to Find the Best Mortgage Lender