If you are considering relocating from California to Idaho, you’re going to want to keep reading   Let’s face it, life these days is EXPENSIVE.  And California is among one of the most challenging economic landscapes to manage and budget.  With that said, below you’ll find a thought provoking glimpse about moving to Idaho from California.  We also took the time to do a question and answer with a LifeSource Mortgage

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Wondering about locking your mortgage interest rate?  If you’re looking to refinance or in the midst of buying a new home or on the brink of buying a new home, you may be asked by your loan officer “Do you want to lock in the rate?” You have two choices here: Float the Rate Lock the Rate If you like to roll the dice then “floating” the rate might be

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Housing has become extremely costly in the last few years.  Especially in places like California.  For quite a few Americans owning a mobile or manufactured home makes good financial sense.  Plus, the mobile homes built these days are quite stunning and the quality has become top notch.  According to ManufacturedHousing.org, as many as 22 million Americans live in manufactured housing or mobile homes.  For older homeowners aged 62 plus this

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Wondering about the reverse mortgage age requirement?  Stay Tuned!  The answer to the reverse mortgage age requirement is both simple, yet complex depending on the particulars in your household.  First, we’ll answer that question in the simplest  form.  Then, we’ll dive into the complexities and things to consider in terms of the age requirement for reverse mortgages. As of January 2022, there are two basic types of reverse mortgages.  First,

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FHFA announced the new conventional loan limits in Colorado for 2022 in late November 2021.  Dating back to early October, It was widely believed by mortgage industry leaders that the new nationwide loan limits for conventional loans would be $625,000 throughout most of the country and most of Colorado.  At that time it was believed that the high cost states and counties would have loan limits as high as $937,500

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