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Access Mortgage

Address: 9498 SW Barbur Blvd Portland, OR 97219
Access Mortgage in Portland, OR is a private company categorized under Mortgages. Current estimates show this company has an annual revenue of unknown and employs a staff of approximately 1 to 4.
Products or Services: Bad Credit Debt Consolidation Loans, Home Mortgage Refinance Loan, Home Equity Line Of Credit Calculator, Mortgage Loan Rates and Online Mortgage Information.

Broadview Community Access - Affordable Mortgage Program

The Broadview Community Access Homebuyer Mortgage Program is an Affordable Lending program created with the specific purpose of helping valued ...

Black America's Dreams of Homeownership Still Deferred

The late Langston Hughes created a masterful body of poetry in the 20th Century that spoke about and to Black America’s unique experiences. Also, an author and playwright, his words in all media pricked our consciousness to wonder and ponder how we somehow remained so different from others after living more than 200 years in this land.

One of my favorite Hughes poems asks the question, “What happens to a dream deferred?” Today, that one question is as timeless as it is timely.

Why is it that in 2017 Black homeownership is still deferred for so many?

Every year, the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) report provides an update on mortgage lending over the past year. It is the only national report that examines lending by race and incomes.

Equifax's Grip on Mortgage Data Squeezes Smaller Rivals

Like it or not, when you apply for a home mortgage or to refinance an existing loan, Equifax will be a part of the process.

That’s because, of the three major credit reporting agencies, only Equifax has a division, Equifax Mortgage Solutions, that supplies lenders with what is known as a merged credit report. These reports, which borrowers pay for, compile information provided by Equifax and the other two major credit reporting agencies, Experia n and TransUnion .

As with much else about the credit-reporting industry, you don’t have a choice about who provides your information. Mortgage lenders need to know your credit standing when they consider whether to give you a loan, and while other credit-reporting companies can provide a merged report, Equifax is a major go-to source for that information.

How do you access mortgage insurance if you are unable to make a payment?

I may not have a clear understanding of how mortgage insurance works. can anyone clarify?


You don't! While you do pay, it is to protect the lenders position not yours! If they have to file bankruptcy. The insurance helps them not you! Now to address the real issues. If you can't pay and have a good reason...