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Did you Pay All Cash for Your Bay Area Home? Want to Take The Cash Out By Refinancing?

Did you Pay All Cash for Your Bay Area Home? Was the purchase for a second residence or investment property? Would you benefit from taking the cash back out by refinancing to use the money in different ways?   30% of all Real Estate Transactions were all cash   This is a very common question I receive daily as a Pleasanton, CA Mortgage Broker at Vintage Mortgage Group. Did you know nearly 30% of all purchases the past 3 years, owner occupied or investment properties were paid all cash? Cash offers have allowed clients to win … Continue reading...

100% Financing on California Mortgage Loans- Down Payment Granted

I am so pleased this loan arrived. 100% financing in 2014.  It is better than the prior, old, poorly executed, NO Down Payment Loans of the past. Banks are now offering 100% financing in California, and the Down Payment is Granted; and all is forgiven immediately at close of the purchase escrow. You can have an old BK, Foreclosure or Short Sale… Or simply have perfect credit!! Either way its worth your time to give me a call or contact me at the bottom of this article. This is a unique opportunity to own a home; please feel free to share … Continue reading...

Bay Area Mortgage Rate News – NOVEMBER 4, 2013

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Last week’s economic news affecting Bay Area  mortgage rates came from a variety of sources. Most significant was the Fed’s Federal Open Market Committee statement after its meeting ended Wednesday. The statement indicated that the Fed saw moderate … Continue reading...

Bay Area Mortgage Rates and a Full Week of Economic Data- October 21,2013

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Bay Area mortgage watchers will be on high alert this week. Many of the economic and housing reports typically scheduled were delayed by the federal government shutdown. The National Association of Homebuilders Wells Fargo Housing Market Index for … Continue reading...

Pleasanton and Dublin, CA Mortgage Rates and News This Week – August 26, 2013

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Last week brought mixed economic news moving interest rates for Pleasanton and Dublin, CA home shoppers and clients looking to refinance. Leading Indicators released Thursday suggest that the U.S. economy is growing at a moderate rate. Mortgage … Continue reading...

A Look At Last Week and Pleasanton Mortgage Rates This Week – August 19, 2013

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Last week wasn't kind to stock market investors, and  mortgage backed securities down 182 basis points from Fridays close. Weekly jobless claims fell to an unexpected low of 320,000 new jobless claims filed, the lowest level in nearly six years. In … Continue reading...

Pleasanton Mortgage Rate News- August 12, 2013

Highlights of economic news that influenced mortgage markets from last week, include a survey of senior loan officers from U.S. and foreign banks doing business in the U.S. They indicated that banks were gradually easing lending standards for … Continue reading...

Pleasanton Mortgage Rate News- August 5, 2013

The past week brought encouraging economic news from several sources causing pressure on Pleasanton mortgage rates. The FOMC statement indicated that the Federal Reserve has not set a date for rolling back its quantitative easing or "Tapering" … Continue reading...

Bay Area Mortgage Rates and News This Week – July 15, 2013

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The Fed’s release of the minutes for the June FOMC meeting was the most noteworthy economic event last week; the minutes repeated the Fed’s recent statement concerning the wind-down of its current monetary easing policy. The minutes indicated that … Continue reading...

What’s Ahead For Dublin, CA Mortgage Rates This Week – July 8, 2013

Last week Dublin saw a relatively quiet week due to the 4th of July holiday, but there were some housing-related developments: Monday: The Department of Commerce reported that overall construction spending increased by 0.50 percent in May to a … Continue reading...