How to Have a Stress Free Mortgage: Insider Tips From a Certified Mortgage Broker to Help Save You Time, Money, and Frustration

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Morgan James Publishing, Apr 1, 2013 - Business & Economics - 102 pages
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How to Have a Stress Free Mortgage is your resource to getting a loan in today’s market. It will guide you through the traps to avoid before you start house hunting or begin to consider a refinance. Forget about what you may have heard by “supposed” experts; Linda Fleischmann is an active Mortgage Broker and she is in the trenches closing loans. After more than 13 years, Linda knows what to do to get you a loan. Use "How to Have a Stress Free Mortgage" as source for getting a mortgage loan today! Here are just a few things that you will learn: What type of loan should you choose? How much do you need to save for a down it really 20%? When can you buy again if you’ve had a foreclosure or short sale? Can you have too much credit? Should you co sign for a car loan? What you don’t know can hurt you and more importantly, might stop you from getting into your dream home. If just thinking about applying for a mortgage loan makes you queasy or stressed, then you need to read "How to Have a Stress Free Mortgage" today. Knowing up front what to do BEFORE you apply is critical to getting your loan approved. "How to Have a Stress Free Mortgage" will take you through all of the steps of the loan process so you will understand what is happening, why it’s happening and make you stress free from start to finish.

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Linda Fleischmann has been in the financial industry for 26 years and the mortgage industry for 13 years.  She has helped thousands both purchase a home as well as refinance their existing home.  She is certified by the National Association of Mortgage Brokers with a CMC designation.  Linda has been a guest on several blog talk radio shows and has given seminars for first time home buyers.  Linda has been married for over 22 years to her husband Mark and they have 2 children, Lexie and Michael.

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