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Is It The Perfect Time to Tap Into Your Home’s Equity?

Post Reposted with permission from ValueInsured. Last week, Black Knight reported that American homeowners’ tappable equity is at an all-time high, at a whopping $5.4 trillion and 10% above the previous peak in 2005 (with 65% of all tappable equity is…
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Mortgage Rate Lock: How To Know If You Should Lock Your Interest Rate

Post The most important factor in your mortgage may be the interest rate. The rate you pay on your mortgage will decide your monthly mortgage payment, as well as the total lifetime cost of your mortgage. Getting the best rate is…
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First Heritage Mortgage Opens New Branch in Wake Forest, N.C.

Post Wake Forest – First Heritage Mortgage, LLC, has announced the opening of a new branch location to serve the Wake Forest, NC market. The branch is located at 1780 Heritage Center Drive, Suite 203, Wake Forest, NC 27587. The doors…
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The “Ideal” Down Payment

Reposted with permission from ValueInsured. When asked about their “ideal” level of down payment, 2 in 3 (68%) millennial first-time homebuyers now say they wish to put down under 20%, according to the latest ValueInsured Modern Homebuyer survey. Naturally, what…
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First Heritage Mortgage Joins Children’s National Campaign to “Make March Matter” for Children’s Health in D.C.

More than 150 local businesses rally the community in inaugural effort to raise $1 million in support of children’s health in D.C.   Washington, D.C. (March 8, 2018) – Today, First Heritage Mortgage, LLC joins Children’s National Health System in its…
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Homeowners vs. Buyers: Who’s More in Tune with Interest Rate Hikes?

Reposted with permission from ValueInsured. Since hitting record-low in summer of 2016 post-Brexit, U.S. mortgage rates have rebounded, with 30-year fixed rate crossing the important psychological benchmark of 4% at the beginning of 2018. Citing a healthy economy and to…
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