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75 Years of VA Home Loans: ‘We Can Enjoy the American Dream’

75 Years of VA Home Loans: ‘We Can Enjoy the American Dream’ | SAN ANTONIO HOMES TODAY | Scoop.it
This week marks the 75th anniversary of the GI Bill, which created the VA home loan program—an avenue bringing military business your way.
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75 Years of VA Loans....

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Mortgage Rates Staying Low, Buyers Rush to Lock In

Mortgage Rates Staying Low, Buyers Rush to Lock In | SAN ANTONIO HOMES TODAY | Scoop.it
The decline in mortgage rates, combined with rebounding pending home sales, hints at a strong spring homebuying season, Freddie Mac’s economist says.
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if you are thinking about buying, now is a good mortgage time...  need to get an offer for a good mortgage, check this out       https://sanantonio.homes/fine/real/estate/homeloans 

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Getting A Mortgage San Antonio Video

Getting A Mortgage San Antonio Video | SAN ANTONIO HOMES TODAY | Scoop.it
Getting A Mortgage San Antonio Video
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Getting Approved - is the first step to getting your new home!

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Mortgage Apps Soar to Record High for Third Week

Mortgage Apps Soar to Record High for Third Week | SAN ANTONIO HOMES TODAY | Scoop.it
The wealthy are largely being lured to the housing market.
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are you getting yours?  

we would be glad to help:  https://www.sanantonio.homes/fine/real/estate/homeloans .

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Ask Stacy: Why Can’t I Refinance My Home?

Ask Stacy: Why Can’t I Refinance My Home? | SAN ANTONIO HOMES TODAY | Scoop.it
She’s got good credit, but her lender refuses to refinance her mortgage. If it would lower her payments, why wouldn’t they be happy to do it? Here’s some…
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Lenders are NOT your friend. This is a good read. Not that I am one for many laws, it seems that is someone has a mortgage and is making payments, lenders should be forced to do a simple re-fi (no additional funds) that would lower interest and payments. If the borrower has the means to be current on higher interest higher payments, then why should they not be eligible for rates available?

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