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We offer first time home buyer programs, jumbo VA loans, home possible, 80/5, cash out refinance, FHA 203k rehab loans, reverse mortgages, HUD FHA $100 down, HARP 2.0, jumbo loans, no money down, refinance, 100% financing, interest only, 2nd homes, investment, my community mortgage, FHA loans, FHA streamline refinance, VA loans, VA IRRRL and USDA rural housing loans.



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If you are a first time home buyer, if you are looking to make a low or no down payment or if you are a veteran, the government may be able to help you with a purchase or refinance! Check out these great Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota and Florida mortgage programs:

VA Mortgage Loans
VA loans, purchase and refinance, are loans insured by the Department of Veterans Affairs. No down payment is required (Federal VA loans only), but home buyers have to be qualified veterans of military service.
Federal VA mortgage program information

FHA Mortgage Loans
FHA loans, purchase and refinance, are loans insured by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). They are available to all qualified home buyers, but are subject to maximum mortgage limits for each county. FHA loans offer low down payment options, flexibility and charge less for mortgage insurance premiums (MIP) compared to a conventional loan. FHA program information

Rural Housing Single Family Guaranteed Mortgage Loans
The USDA Guaranteed Rural Housing loan program provides moderate income families with access to affordable residential home ownership in eligible rural areas. We provide Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota and Florida USDA Rural Housing loans for refinance and purchase financing requiring no down payment and can finance loan closing costs and repairs up to the property's appraised value. Rural Housing program information
  Refinance, Cash Out Refinance and Debt Consolidation
    Refinance, Cash Out Refinance and Debt Consolidation
Are you looking to refinance your mortgage into a lower rate? Do you have unpaid credit cards, delinquent real estate taxes or are you looking to get some much needed cash? Well, look no further, We can help you lower your rate or payoff unwanted debt using the equity in your home.

Contact us or Apply Online today for a complete refinance assessment.
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Today's Current Illinois Wisconsin Minnesota Florida Mortgage Rates
February 26, 2015

Current Illinois, Minnesota, Florida and Wisconsin mortgage rates are updated daily on our website and our blog. Rates are updated between 9:00 AM and 10:30 AM CST Monday through Friday and are effective from the time published until 5:00 PM CST.

We quote conventional 30, 20, 15 and 10 year fixed rates, jumbo, ARMs, USDA Rural Housing, VA, FHA mortgage rates and FHA 203k for all of Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota and Florida including major cities such as Chicago, Streamwood, Waukegan, Carol Stream, Mount Prospect, Minneapolis, Bloomington, Eden Prairie, Eagan, Mankato, Panama City, Gainesville, Pensacola, Tampa, Fort Myers, Tallahassee, Kenosha, Wisconsin first time home buyers, Sun Prairie, Appleton FHA loans rates, Green Bay, Pewaukee, Waukesha, Brookfield and Madison.

Mortgage rates trend as of 02/26/2015: Steady

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The Non-Occupying Co-Borrower Option: FHA and Freddie Mac Edition

Some people may wonder why a person would ask a parent or other relative to sign as a non-occupying co-borrower in the first place. After all, it gives the co-borrower more influence over the borrower's financial life. Primarily, it is done to allow people to buy a home while their future income catches up with their financial obligations. Between, newly hired college students and student loan debt...

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Making Dream Homes a Reality with the FHA 203K Loan

Nailing down the basic requirements of an FHA 203k loan is easy. People with a modest down payment, or access to gift funds from relatives, should consider this program as a way to turn a decent home in to a dream home.

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Already Own 4 Investment Properties? Financing is STILL Available for More

Changes made in conventional lending rules a few years ago now make it possible for real estate investors to finance more than 4 investment properties. Follow these guidelines for help with financing properties 5 through 10.

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The Minimalist Guide to Buying a Home While Going Through a Divorce

Buying a home while in the middle of a divorce takes a bit more preparation and understanding compared to other types of home purchases. The following information should help people that are in the midst of a divorce and wishing to buy another home.

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The Family Opportunity Mortgage: What College Students and Elderly Citizens Have in Common

Many people have longed for the opportunity to buy a home for their college aged children or even their elderly parents instead of wasting money on rent. The Freddie Mac Family Opportunity loan gives those folks a very viable option.

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Could a Jumbo Mortgage be a Wise Move for High Worth Individuals?

The resurgence of jumbo mortgage loans coupled with easier lending is making it much easier for people to buy a dream home while retaining their hard earned nest egg.

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Spring is The Time for Veterans to Buy a Home with No Down Payment

The VA Mortgage is standing ready to endorse their no money down loans to aid veterans in getting a home.

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Understanding the Time Needed to Close a Mortgage Loan

Most people wonder why it takes weeks to close a mortgage loan. Listed below are the typical loans and anticipated closing time for each mortgage.

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Common Mistakes Made by People Who buy a Home with Little or No Down Payment

Buying a home with a small down payment is a wise investment considering the current low mortgage rates. However, that idea opens up the possibility of other mistakes for buyers that can be easily avoided.

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Lesser Known Facts of the FHA 203k Mortgage

Since this is a government backed loan, FHA has some specific rules about the 203k mortgage. Understanding these less publicized facts will make the loan process easier.

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The Devil Is in the Details: Follow These Steps for an FHA Cash Gift Down Payment

By following a few simple rules, a cash gift for an FHA loan can be properly documented and ensure the loan is not rejected for unexplained large deposits.

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Down Payment Requirement is Shrinking for Jumbo Mortgages

Many PMI companies are making it possible for jumbo loan borrowers to get a home loan with less than 20% down payment.

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How the Uninformed Gamble with Their Home: Protect Your Belongings with the Right Insurance Policy

Understanding home owner's insurance is important to first time home buyers. The right policy can literally save you if you suffer a catastrophic event after getting a home.

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Veterans: Don’t Waste Any Time; Buy a House Now Before Rates Rise!

With a new year in full swing, many financial experts are predicting a rise in mortgage rates. Here are some comparisons between a VA loan and Conventional loan to help veterans make the best choice for their needs.

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HARP Refinance Program Can help you Refinance ABOVE Home’s Value!

People that needed to refinance to a better interest rate in the past 3 years may have been stuck since their home’s value was not high enough. Since real estate values have risen significantly over the past 24 months now could be a good time to refinance to a great rate with the HARP program.

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Get Rid of Your Old Home and Move In To a Newer Home Thanks to Great Rates and Rising Property Values

The past 2 years have shown significant growth in property values and home sales. Since mortgage rates are still extremely attractive this is a great time for homeowners to move up in home.

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Top 5 Ways a Fannie Mae HomeStyle Renovation Loan Can Help you Purchase a Property and Totally Remodel it

Builders and contractors agree that remodeling a home can be almost as expensive as buying a home. Thanks to the Fannie Mae HomeStyle Renovation program, buyers can now get the money to totally remodel a place with the same loan used to purchase a property.

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The Shocking Truth about the Fine Details of an FHA Loan

Getting the basics down of an FHA loan will make the mortgage easier for the borrower and hopefully set aside some of the stress.

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The USDA Guaranteed Home Loan is NOT Just for People with Low Incomes

If you have studied the various mortgage opportunities and chosen the USDA Rural Housing loan as your method for buying your next home then pay close attention to this article. We are going to explain a bit about the process of the loan so you are more comfortable with the procedure.

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The Minimalist Guide to Understanding How PMI Actually Helps Homeowners

Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) gets a negative review among homeowners but it actually has a prominent place in the real estate industry.

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Financial Mistakes Will Cost You Big Money: Know What Questions to Ask Your Mortgage Lender

Finding a quality mortgage lender is similar to hiring a new employee. Their actions will either have a tremendous benefit to your life or they will be a huge headache for you. Learn what questions to ask in order to find the right lender for your needs.

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Top Question on the Minds of Most First Time Home Buyers

Understanding how different types of loans work will ease the mind of buyers when they are wondering how long it takes for a mortgage to close.

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6 Common Myths About Refinancing Your Mortgage

Mortgages are complex financial documents. Since the average homeowner keeps a mortgage for at least 5 years, very little time is spent learning all the specifics about a home loan. A recent survey revealed just common myths people believe about refinancing a home loan. Here are the truths about these misconceptions.

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Get Rid of Renting Once and for All: The Smart Way to Buy a Home with No Money Down

The VA mortgage and the USDA home loan allow borrowers to purchase a home with a no money down. Understanding how the loans work will allow home buyers to see which product is best for their needs.

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Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC) Makes Home Purchase More Affordable

The Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC) is a tax credit that has been around for a number of years to help homeowners improve their ability to pay for their mortgage. Here are the basic guidelines of how the program works.

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8 Myths That Keep People From Using a USDA Rural Housing Loan to Buy a Home

When a mortgage lender or real estate agent suggests the USDA Rural Home loan to a new client, the offer is typically met with an eye roll and general avoidance. Here are some of the reasons why people avoid the USDA Rural Housing program and why they shouldn’t.

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