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Lender Points: What Are They, and Should You Pay Them?

In the world of lending, one point is 1% of a loan amount. So, one point on a $150,000 loan would be $1,500. Points, in general, may be referred to as either discount points or loan origination points. You may have heard the term points used in a couple of different ways. One of them […]

by Dan Leeder on 8/22/18

What you need to know about Wire Fraud

by Heather Mitchell on 7/10/18

Vacation Home Financing – What You Should Know

Whether you see yourself at the beach, in the mountains, or on the golf course, Inlanta Mortgage is here to help provide you with the financing you need to make your dream a reality! When it comes to financing second homes, it’s important to note that lenders are most concerned that the transaction makes sense. […]

by Dan Leeder on 5/22/18

How long does bad credit remain on your credit report?

by Heather Mitchell on 3/27/18

Kitchen Remodeling Trends for 2018

Here it is, 2018 is upon us and here are some of the upcoming trends that are taking us into the new year. Countertop Choices 1.  Marble has made the biggest leap in this trend setting countertop selection. 2.  Granite/Quartzite/Quartz still remain in a close second. The bottom line is solid surface is still the […]

by Nick Siglinsky on 1/31/18

2018 Fannie Mae Loan Limits

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) released their conventional loan limits that will be acquired by Fannie Mae beginning in 2018. Here are the updates for general loan limits and high-cost loan limits for a first mortgage:  

by Heather Mitchell on 1/23/18

Eligible Veterans Can Really Benefit from a VA Mortgage

If you are eligible for it, a VA mortgage can be a great way to finance a home. The program comes under the Department of Veterans Affairs. Its purpose is to allow eligible veterans to finance a home at favorable terms. Effectively, with a VA loan an eligible veteran can buy a property for less […]

by Dan Leeder on 1/9/18

Reap Renovation Rewards!

When it comes time to sell, it’s important that your home stacks up well against the competition. In order to have it look its best, renovations are sometimes necessary. The key to generating a decent return on your investment is to renovate in line with other homes in your area. Here are a few tips […]

by Harry Andruss on 12/19/17

Credit Score Differences Explained

by Heather Mitchell on 11/28/17

What is the Cost of a Radon Mitigation System?

As a radon mitigation company, this is of course a question we receive everyday. As a general rule, radon mitigation systems range from around $800 to $1,200. However, in some select instances, the cost of a radon mitigation system could be even more. The important concept to take away from the aforementioned cost average is […]

by Brian Thompson on 11/10/17