Trying to understand the mortgage process or all of the different programs, it is hard enough. But when you either read or hear different answers regarding the same issue at hand, it can really be confusing. Who do you believe? Do you believe the three people that gave the same answer, and not trust the person that gave the lone answer that is actually correct.
There are just so many questions in regards to mortgages of which consumers and realtors search for places to ask such questions. My problem from searching the internet is that I have seen some really bad, false, or misleading answers to such questions. Sometimes even answered by those that aren’t even in the mortgage business. I have seen this happen so many times on sites such as Trulia and or Zillow. These sites allow anyone to answer mortgage related questions. But how great would it be to have one place where such questions are answered only by a handful of mortgage professionals.
The Mortgage Myth Bustersis a good group of Mortgage Professionals that have over 150 years of experience in the mortgage industry. If we don’t know the answer rigth away, we will gather the correct information to give the right answer or set of answers. We are passionate about this and take pride in ourselves in putting the correct information out there. One problem that I see often is that someones opinion is mistaken for a fact, because it’s not mentioned as an opinion.
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Just remember, not asking your question can turn into being a bad question. Don’t assume and don’t keep listening to those that might seem like experts. Ask the real experts. And in regards to family, friends, and or co-workers …. just because they bought a house, doesn’t mean that they know the correct answer. They might have your best interest in hand, but they are just trying to be helpful. You need to put your trust in the hands of a good experienced loan officers. Again, at Mortgage Myth Busters, we pride ourselves on giving correct answers and advice.