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Happy Thanksgiving

2020 has been a crazy year for all of us, but as we celebrate Thanksgiving this year we'd like you to know how much you mean to us. Thank you for your continued support of our business; it’s always a pleasure to help you and your family with your mortgage financing needs. All of us at Cardan Mortgage Inc. would like to wish you a safe, Covid-Free and Happy Thanksgiving. We sincerely hope that your Thanksgiving is filled with great food, great people and great memories. All the Best, Cardan Mortgage Inc.

November 25th, 2020 Happy Thanksgiving

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How the Eviction Moratorium Affects Landlords and Their Mortgages

At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. government declared a six-month moratorium on all rental evictions, in an effort to prevent mass homelessness as millions lost their jobs. That moratorium has since been renewed by the Trump Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and will now last until the end of 2020. The new ban on evictions apply to people with incomes of $99,000 or less and who attest to not being able to afford their rent. Roughly 40 million Americans will be covered under this new housing payment halt. While that news obviously provides renters wit...

November 18th, 2020 How the Eviction Moratorium Affects Landlords and Their Mortgages

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Should I Pay Off My Mortgage with My 401(k)?

The COVID-19 crisis has left millions of Americans unemployed and uncertain of how to make their mortgage payments and other debt obligations. In response to the need for emergency funds, the government created the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act which provided stimulus checks and better unemployment benefits. It also included provisions that allow people to borrow more money from their retirement accounts while waiving penalty fees for early withdrawal. For many, this might seem like a great way to pay off their mortgage now and reduce their debt load. However, ever...

November 4th, 2020 | Mortgage Advice, Should I Pay Off My Mortgage with My 401(k)?

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Should I Pay Off Student Loans with a Home Refinance?

In today’s unpredictable COVID-19 employment environment, many Americans are feeling an economic pinch. Those who have student loans received temporary relief with the government CARES Act, but when that ends, some borrowers may be wondering how they are going to make their payments again. For homeowners, it may be possible to get a refinance loan to pay off all the student loan debt. But is this a smart solution? Pros of Paying off Student Loans with Refinance Money By taking out a refinance mortgage to pay off student loans, borrowers can consolidate their debts into one payment....

October 21st, 2020 | Refinancing a Home, Should I Pay Off Student Loans with a Home Refinance?

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How to Get a Small Dollar Mortgage Loan

Buying a house is a straightforward process, right? You line up a lender, you find the right house and you get a mortgage to buy it. While this is the case in much of the country, there are plenty of regions where the home prices are too low for traditional home loans. How can a loan be “too small?” And where can buyers find alternate funding options? Small Dollar Mortgages Defined Most home loans under $100,000 are considered to be small dollar mortgages. In 2019, less than 10% of all U.S. single-family or condominium home purchases were for $100,000 or less. That’s a ...

October 7th, 2020 | First-time Homebuyers, Purchasing a Home, How to Get a Small Dollar Mortgage Loan

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Is Now the Right Time to Buy Your First Home?

There are millions of potential U.S. homebuyers sitting on the sidelines wondering if it is smart to buy their first house in the midst of a global pandemic. Unemployment is the highest it's ever been, COVID-19 cases are still rising in many places, and home prices remain steep. And yet, great opportunities can often arise in the middle of economic turmoil. This may be a great time to become a first-time homebuyer. Timeframe One of the biggest concerns right now for many first-timers is whether the housing market will hold its value or if we’re in for a big crash as the coronav...

September 23rd, 2020 | Purchasing a Home, First-time Homebuyers, Is Now the Right Time to Buy Your First Home?

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