MyMoves reports that since the onset of COVID19 Connecticut has experienced an influx of people moving into the state.
In April DS5 Inside The Industry published an article and video about the current state of mortgage forbearance in the real estate industry. In the video the host Rachel Williams discusses forbearance with Dr. Mark A. Calabria the director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA). Forbearance, in the context of a mortgage process, is a special Read More
Connecticut residents experiencing economic hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic may receive a 90-day grace period to make mortgage payments.
During the COVID-19 pandemic and Connecticut’s Stay Safe, Stay Home order, Burke Mortgage is operational and continues to serve residents as they seek mortgages for purchase or refinance needs.
Connecticut … living here is fun for everyone including the dogs. We work hard and play hard. Here is Rupert lounging in the raft getting ready for a ride after spending the day with John helping new first-time homeowner secure a mortgage in Manchester, Connecticut. Testimonials from First-Time Homeowner “John was recommended to me through Read More
While interest rates have ticked up from their recent lows in March of this year, mortgage rates are still at their best levels in over a year.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is closed due to the lapse in government funding but their website is still working to help alert people about scams such as the Social Security phone call scam.
You’re in your new home and excited about your new fireplace. We’re sure you’re having dreams of chestnuts roasting over an open fire. And Jack Frost nipping at your nose. But did you think about
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