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What is the Difference Between Mortgage Pre-Qualification and Pre-Approval?

If you’re thinking of purchasing a home, you may have heard that Sellers will want to see that you’re pre-qualified or pre-approved before you submit an offer.  Sometimes mortgage lenders may use these terms interchangeably but knowing some basic differences … Continue reading

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Wheres Your Foreclosed Mortgage Going Now?

The Federal Reserve has offered banks another $200 billion in US currency in exchange for debt that includes mortgage securities, and includes subprime mortgage loans that they hold. Essentially, experts explain, the Fed is using the available funds to encourage … Continue reading

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CASE OF INTEREST FROM GEORGIA – Estate of Caldwell Jones, Jr. v. Live Well Financial (11th Cir., No. 17-14677, Sept. 5, 2018): A Federal Court of Appeal has ruled that federal law does not prevent an insurer from foreclosing on … Continue reading

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CoreLogic Reports a 12.4 Percent Year-over-Year Increase in Mortgage Fraud Risk

Mortgage Fraud Blog. IRVINE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CoreLogic® (NYSE: CLGX), a leading global property information, analytics and data-enabled solutions provider, today released its latest Mortgage Fraud Report. The report shows a 12.4 percent year-over-year increase in fraud risk at the end of … Continue reading

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Man Pleads Guilty In Mortgage Fraud Scheme

Mortgage Fraud Blog. Yant Garcia, 38, Hialeah, Florida pled guilty on September 5, 2018, to one count of conspiracy to commit an offense against the United States. According to the plea document, beginning around 2012, and continuing through around 2015, … Continue reading

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