Fred's FHA Mortgage and Conventional Real Estate Loan Blog

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Mortgage and Lending - Guild Mortgage Co - Oak Harbor WA
Welcome to my blog about mortgages and real estate loans in Oregon, California, Alaska and Washington. I am a government specialist and am a Vietnam era veteran. I enjoy working first time home buyers and have many tools available to help them.

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2010 

I have started branding my blog posts with all of my identity information in the last paragraph, including name, phone number, e-mail, business and address because I am finding more and more of my blog posts showing up in “no host” sites as belonging to them. They are taking my blog posts in thei...
01/21/2010
WOW! There are changes, and then there are changes. FHA Commissioner David Stevens announced today a bunch of policy changes designed to strengthen FHA’s Capital Reserves. Those changes range from raising down payment requirements, to raising upfront and monthly mortgage insurance premiums to low...
01/20/2010
As I have said before, I don’t normally quote mortgage rates for a number of reasons, but I am going to make an exception again today. Today’s 30 year fixed rate for a conventional loan for the Eugene/Springfield, Lane County Oregon market is at 4.875%/5.041% APR*. The reason I am doing this is b...
01/19/2010
HUD announced Friday that the rules on flipping homes will be changing Feb. 1. This could have a huge effect on the Eugene/Springfield, Lane County Oregon market. This is being done in an effort to stabilize home values and improve conditions in communities where foreclosure activity is high acco...
01/18/2010
On January 1, the new 2010 Good Faith Estimate came into being amid a lot of hoopla and consternations. Now that it is here, many people don’t know exactly what it does and doesn’t do for the consumer and how it will effect and what affect it will have on Realtors®. This is a major change in RESP...
01/12/2010
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