What to Do If You’re in Forbearance but Still Paying Your Mortgage
Originally published on rismedia.com by Jeff Ostrowski Since the coronavirus pandemic began in March, millions of homeowners have taken the federal government up on a generous proposal, one that lets borrowers skip mortgage payments for up to a year with no penalties. But in an unusual twist, more than a million borrowers
Government Agencies Come Together to Help Homeowners
Originally published on themreport.com by Mike Albanese The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) launched a new mortgage and housing assistance website. The website was developed to ensure homeowners and renters have the most up-to-date housing assistance information during
Florida Real Estate: What is Escrow and How Does it Work?
Whether you are buying or selling property, you are likely to hear the term “escrow” come up many times during the course of your real estate transaction. To protect your interests, it is crucial that you know what escrow is and that you have a basic understanding of how it
What You Need to Know About the Closing of a Home
Finally, you're done with all the overwhelming parts of the home buying process, what’s next? Well, the only thing preventing you from moving into your new home is the closing. If this is your first time buying a home, you are probably wondering what the closing is and what exactly