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Nuestro propósito

La hipoteca es lo que hacemos... ¡La vecindad es la razón por la que lo hacemos!

Neighborship Mortgage está aquí para servir como modelo de lo que debería ser la industria hipotecaria. Ayudamos a todas las personas a encontrar su camino hacia la propiedad de una vivienda y excelentes soluciones de financiación de vivienda.

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Su viaje hipotecario

Vecindario está aquí para ti
cada paso del camino.

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Educación

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Preparación financiera

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Propiedad

Búsqueda

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Préstamo

Detalles

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Clausura

Proceso

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Futuro

Consideraciones

  • What is typically included in a monthly mortgage payment?
    a. Principal - the amount that goes towards equity b. Interest - the rate you pay on the balance of your loan c. Taxes - determined by the County based on your property's value d. Insurance - determined by your homeowner's insurance provider based on the coverage you choose e. Mortgage Insurance - if your down payment is less than 20% of the purchase price, mortgage insurance may be required and is determined by the lender
  • What will my mortgage loan interest rate be?
    The interest you'll be charged will depend on a number of factors starting with current market rates. Your credit score and financial history also play a key role in determining your rate: higher credit scores tend to lead to lower interest rates, and lower credit scores tend to lead to higher interest rates. Income amount and stability also impact your interest rate based on your qualifying Debt-to-Income (DTI).
  • How much do I qualify for?
    a. The amount you qualify for depends on what your income and debt responsibilities are. Lenders use Debt-to-Income (DTI) ratios to help answer how much home you can afford. b. DTI ratios measure your debts as a percentage of your income: i. Monthly debt obligations (divided by) Monthly income (times) 100 (equals) DTI Example: For someone who owes $1,000 in debt each month and earns $3,000 in wages, the equation would look like this: $1,000 ÷ $3,000 x 100 = 33.3% DTI c. Different types of loans have different DTI maximum limits that lenders have to comply with, but these rules don't always apply to all borrowers in the same way. Example: Even if your DTI meets your loan's requirements, you won't be guaranteed approval. Your credit score, down payment amount, or income still impact your loan approval/eligibility. It works the other way too: some borrowers whose DTI ratios come in too high may still qualify if they have excellent credit or can make a larger-than-required down payment.
  • Can I get a mortgage loan if I have "bad" credit?
    We believe everyone has a path to homeownership! If you have questions about your situation, we'd love to meet with you and discuss what your path looks like.

La historia de la hipoteca

La historia de las hipotecas en los Estados Unidos ha sido de oportunidades y acceso limitados. Las barreras todavía existen hoy. El enfoque del mundo financiero en las ganancias deja a muchas personas, familias y comunidades luchando por encontrar el camino hacia la propiedad de una vivienda.

 

Haga clic aquí para obtener más información sobre cómo llegamos al entorno hipotecario actual.

Contáctenos si tiene más información para compartir. ¡Nos encanta aprender! 

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¡Estamos aquí para ayudar!

¡Obtenga la aprobación previa!

Con uno de nuestros corredores hipotecarios locales vecinos 

¡Tu experiencia es importante para nosotros!

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