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Helpful Threads

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Below is a short list of helpful mortgage loan related links:

Guide to Common Abbreviations - Barry
Mortgage Acronyms & Abbreviations (what does PITI mean?) - ShanetheMortgageMan

Good Faith Estimates Explained- ShanetheMortgageMan

Understanding the new 2010 Good Faith Estimate - ShanetheMortgageMan

 

Evaluating Conventional vs. FHA vs USDA vs VA - ShanetheMortgageMan

FHA mortgage insurance changes 4/1/13 and 6/3/13 - ShanetheMortgageMan

FHA changing collection account, judgments & disputed account guidelines (effective 10/15/13) - ShanetheMortgageMan

 

The Mortgage Pre-Approval process - ShanetheMortgageMan

 
Removing accounts in dispute - ShanetheMortgageMan
 
 
 
 
 
Revision history: 
1/13/2009 - Raine, initial post
3/12/2014 - Revelate, sticky consolidation
3/24/2014 - Revelate, additional threads added
11/19/2014 - Lexie, additional thread added
1/17/2015 - Revelate, added CFPB Rate Comparison Tool
3/5/2015 - MarineVietVet added new FHA Guidelines for deferred SL's
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