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Although 2020 is coming to a close, the real estate market isn’t finished quite yet. With new, lower interest rates, there is yet another reason for first-time home buyers and current homeowners to buy a home or refinance a mortgage now. Understanding these new interest rates and how they affect your home buying or refinancing
One of the most common questions we hear is, “What is a second mortgage?” Inherently, the next question to follow typically is, “How can it benefit me?” There are several key points to dig into when exploring a second mortgage, such as the types of second mortgage loans available and what you’ll need to apply successfully.
In an effort to soften the economic blows caused by COVID-19, the Federal Reserve began buying bonds backed by home loans in March, causing current mortgage rates to fall below 3% for the 13th consecutive week. As of this writing, 30-year mortgage rates have reached a record-breaking rate of 2.8%, while 15-year mortgage rates dropped to 2.33%.