FEBRUARY 1-28 | Museum Month Pick up your Museum Month discount pass at San Diego City or County libraries to enjoy half-off admission at more than 40 San Diego Museum Council (SDMC) member museums. Time: Times vary. See website for details Location: Citywide Cost: Museum admission prices vary Info:
A fun perspective showing rates are still at historic lows! Now is a great time to buy and we can help with financing.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced changes to the mortgage data it will publish in the coming year. Article by Bryson Masse, Inman News In a policy guidance published last week, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced changes to the mortgage data it
NOVEMBER 2-11 | San Diego Beer Week A ten-day festival celebrating local craft beer will feature beer dinners, festivals, rare bottle tasting, cheese pairings, brewery tours and classes. Time: Times vary, see website for details Location: Throughout San Diego Cost: Varies depending on the event.
Peaking mortgage interest rates and millennial demand will keep home sales growing over the next five years, according to the Mortgage Banking Association Against a background of “phenomenal demographics” and an end of rising mortgage rates, the Mortgage Banking Association expects the
SEPTEMBER 28 - OCTOBER 7 Oktoberfest in El Cajon Live German Oom-Pah music, awesome German food, German beers on tap, and so much more! Time: Fri 4-10pm, Sat 12-10pm & Sun 12-9pm Location: 1017 South Mollison Avenue, El Cajon Cost: Adults - $10 Fri & Sat, $5 Sun; Under 21 &
The key that most lenders use to qualify homebuyers for financing lies in what is called the debt-to-income ratio. This equation that compares how much money you owe to the money you make affects whether you can qualify for a mortgage. As a consumer, your debt load is what you owe in obligations
When the economy crashed just over ten years ago, many pointed the blame at subprime mortgages. These loans, approved for buyers with bad credit and no income verification along with an interest rate and payment that increased by one percent every six months, grew from 5 percent total originations