Mortgages For Dummies by Eric Tyson, MBA, Ray Brown

     Hands down, Mortgages For Dummies is a must read if you are shopping for a mortgage, or looking for the cheapest mortgage interest rates for buying a home or refinancing your home. Also, this is a must read for the mortgage and real estate professional just starting out in the business. It is recommended reading in many loan officer training programs in lending institutions across the country.
     No matter whether you are a first time home buyer purchasing your first home, or another home, looking to refinance your first mortgage or tap into your home’s equity with a second mortgage or a home equity line of credit – this book is for you. Before you pick up the phone and call a mortgage lender or broker, or a real estate agent – read this book cover to cover.

What Do I Need To Know To Qualify For A Mortgage?
     Getting a mortgage is a big deal, in many cases it is the biggest financial transaction any of us ever make in our lifetimes. As such, if you are shopping for a mortgage without knowing what you are doing, you could cost yourself a lot of money, waste a lot of your time as well as the professionals you choose to work with. Learn how to not get stuck with something you’ll regret later. Your mortgage is only a part of your short and long term financial plan; learn how it can be used to help you save money for your kids college education or your retirement.
In Mortgages For Dummies, you will learn:

What are the different mortgage programs that I qualify for

How do I shop for the mortgage that best suits my needs

How to work through difficult loan qualification obstacles

How to save money on my closing costs and interest rate

How does refinancing work and how can I save money if I refinance

What is a reverse mortgage

How to use my mortgage and equity to increase my retirement planning

How to determine how much home can I afford

How to qualify for a mortgage

How to find and compare mortgage lenders and loan programs

What kind of paperwork is required for a mortgage application

What kind of paperwork do I get during the mortgage application process

     As shown by the mortgage and real estate crisis stemming from 2007, there are many things to watch out for when buying a home and getting a mortgage. We at are committed to consumers being informed and practicing responsible borrowing. What we mean by this is that you only buy what you can really afford and that you know exactly what mortgage loan program you are getting.
     Ultimately it is up to you, we hope that for this very important financial decision that you spend more time researching it than you did the DVD player you just bought.
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Mortgages For Dummies