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Finance For Dummies

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Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Mortgage Loans

Be aware that mortgage brokers are not looking out for your best interests. The simply broker a deal between you and a lender and they want you to sign on so they can get their cut. This along with low-interest rates combined with a pool of buyers that do not have 20% to put down as a down payment can equal trouble.

People see these low interest rates and want to jump on the housebuying wagon even though they do not have the 20% typically needed to put down. Brokers will offer piggy back loans or even no money down loans. These loans do not always have happy endings . . .


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