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Station Place Plans $225M Securitization Backed by Warehouse Facility
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Station Place Securitization Trust 2016-1 plans to issue a $225 million mortgage securitization that will be the first backed by a revolving warehouse lending facility since 2009, according to Moody's Investors Service. The deal also includes a first

The Most Critical Reverse Mortgage Research All in One Place
http://reversemortgagedaily.com/2016/02/02/the-most-critical-reverse-mortgage-research-all-in-one-place/
Forging referral relationships with financial advisers is critical to helping reverse mortgage originators grow their businesses in 2016 and beyond. But if originators want any chance of having a serious conversation with advisers, they must

Age in Place with a Reverse Mortgage
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“I've lived in my home for over 30 years. I didn't want to leave it and go where I don't know the neighbors. A revere mortgage allowed me to have the security of staying in my home without a mortgage payment. That increased the money in my monthly budget.

Honolulu named a top place in Hawaii to get a mortgage approval
http://www.bizjournals.com/pacific/news/2016/01/26/honolulu-named-a-top-place-in-hawaii-to-get-a.html
Honolulu named a top place in Hawaii to get a mortgage approval Looking to buy a house? Oahu is your best bet in Hawaii, according to a recent study. The City and County of Honolulu beat out its peers in the second annual study on the best places to get a mortgage, according to SmartAsset, a New York financial 

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National non-profit offers low-cost home mortgages

The applause for Mark Kamahele signaled a turning point for the longtime hotel worker – one that meant he was closer to buying a home.

On Friday, Kamahele secured a $200,000 mortgage loan.

"It means everything to me. I'll be able to look forward to own my own place for the first time," he said.

The loan came through the Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America, or NACA. The national non-profit helps low- and moderate-income families land affordable mortgages.

NACA CEO Bruce Marks said his organization's loans favor the home buyer.

"Everybody gets the same deal. No down payment, no closing, no fees and a below market fixed rate," he said.

Prospective home buyers take a four-hour workshop, where earnings are verified and expenses are scrutinized. A person who qualifies knows they can meet their mortgage payments; in many instances, loan approvals are given on the spot.

The money for the mortgages comes from Bank of America and CitiMortgage, which committed $13 billion to the NACA program.

Where is a good place to look for reliable information on Internet mortgage options?

We're finding really excellent mortgage rates at some online mortgage places, and they send us good faith estimates and everything.


In this digital age, Information is power. There are many lenders teasing you to apply with them. Here are a few tips to help you find a good deal.

1. Don't just apply with the lowest rate you see.