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Home Buying Hollow

Mortgages: Which is right for you?

Looking to apply for a mortgage, but aren’t sure where to start? You’re not alone. Buying a home could be one of the largest purchases of your life. But don’t worry! This infographic can help you understand the mortgage options available to you. Ready to dive in?

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3 Key Takeaways
  1. It’s important to fully understand your mortgage and the options you have available.
  2. Loans may vary based on factors like term length, interest rate, down payment and more.
  3. Shop around and evaluate your mortgage options to find an option that works best for you.

Challenge yourself

Once you’ve worked hard to understand the different types of mortgages, you’ll want to look at the costs involved. Keep reading: Make sure you’re not spending more than 30 percent on housing.
This content is educational in nature and does not constitute legal, tax, accounting, financial or investment advice. You are encouraged to consult with competent legal, tax, accounting, financial or investment professionals based on your specific circumstances. We do not make any warranties as to accuracy or completeness of this information, do not endorse any third-party companies, products, or services described here, and take no liability for your use of this information.
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