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Conventional loans offer plenty of perks. But which is best? Our overview of different types of conventional loans will help you pick the best one for you.

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about Which Loan Fits Your Needs? Types of Conventional Loans: An Overview

Try this refinance calculator to understand how much you could save if you refinance your mortgage.

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about Refinance calculator - Should you refinance your mortgage?

How often can you refinance your home? While there’s no limit, there are some things to keep in mind. Here’s what you should know before refinancing, again.

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about How often can you refinance your home?

Interest rates are on the rise, but cashing out could still save you thousands and help you manage debt.

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about How a cash-out refinance can help with debt

Wondering “How much does it cost to refinance?” Here’s your guide to the short- and long-term costs of refinancing your mortgage.

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about How much does it cost to refinance?

Builders are ramping up to meet homebuyer demand, and the fresh inventory could help cool off rising new home prices.

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about A surge of new builds may slow rising prices

Want to use the equity you’ve built up in your home? Here’s an intro to cash-out refinances, including when you might (or might not) want to consider one.

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about Is a cash-out refinance right for you?

Better analyzed U.S. Census Bureau data to determine how homeownership rates have changed over the past 25 years.

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about How homeownership rates changed over the past 25 years

Better compiled a list of 15 events and milestones in the history of the American mortgage system, using information from news articles, encyclopedias, and historical literature.

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about History of the American mortgage

Suburban homebuyers have surged 42.1%. If you own a home, the chances of selling quickly and at a premium price are good. See how you can make your next move.

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about Rates are set to rise, so get ready to make your move

If your mortgage or rate doesn’t reflect your current financial situation, it’s time for a loan refinance. See the benefits, how it works, and how to get one.

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about What is a refinance and how it helps you save

Next year is expected to bring slower price growth, rising rates, and more competition. Getting the ball rolling now could help borrowers save.

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about Here’s what we expect to see on the market in 2022

Refinancing your mortgage? Here’s a breakdown on the refinance appraisal process, associated costs, and what to do if your appraisal comes back lower or higher than expected.

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about Need a refinance appraisal? Here’s what to expect

The Federal Reserve will be rolling back its pandemic relief measures, which helped keep rates near record lows since 2020. Find out what it means for borrowers.

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about The Fed expects to hike rates faster in 2022

Buying a home isn’t impossible for low income families. In fact, there are loans designed to help. Learn which ones to look for in our low income loan guide.

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about 6 loans for buying a house with low income

Have a lower credit score and down payment? An FHA loan can help you buy a home. See how to qualify, first-time homebuyer benefits, and steps to get it done.

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about How to get an FHA first-time homebuyer loan

Here are the counties where mortgage payments have jumped the most in the past 2 years.

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about Counties where mortgage payments have jumped the most in the past two years

A conventional loan refinance can help you save money on your overall mortgage costs. See how to refinance a government-funded mortgage to a conventional loan.

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about Change your loan type and save with a conventional loan refinance

Yes, you can use money in a 401(k) account to buy a house. But should you? Learn whether it makes sense to use your 401(k) for a down payment and...

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about Can I use a 401(k) to buy a house?

Conventional loans are the most common mortgage type in the US. Here we explain what makes them different from other mortgage options and how to get one.

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about Conventional Loans: Pros, cons, and tips for qualifying
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