New Tax Plan and Mortgage Interest Deduction

On Thursday, Republican lawmakers introduced the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, a bill proposing major tax overhaul across income brackets, corporate taxes, and tax deductions.  The long-awaited proposal may still incur some changes before it becomes law, but if passed the changes are scheduled to take effect January 1st, 2018. Among Read More

3 Mortgage Myths that are Wrong

As the spring and summer buying seasons quickly approach, prospective homebuyers have to remain careful about falling for mortgage myths. Let’s dispel the following three mortgage myths: No. 1: Buyers must have a high credit score Having a high credit score won’t hurt, but subpar scores won’t bar buyers from Read More

Why Non-Bank Lenders are the Future of Mortgages

Where is the US economy going? Who will win March Madness? Will it rain next week? There are hardly any topics on which we all collectively agree—which makes it exciting to report that we all seem to agree that non-bank lenders are the future of mortgages. In 2013, Bloomberg Business Read More