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Ruoff Home Mortgage recognized for growth
Wednesday, September 21st, 2016 | Author:

The number one residential mortgage lender in the state of Indiana, Ruoff Home Mortgage, has earned a position on the 2016 Inc. 500|5000 list of fastest growing companies in America for the fourth consecutive year.

According to Inc. magazine, there are 18,204,600 businesses in the United States and Ruoff Home Mortgage ranked No. 1712 out of the top 5000 companies, increasing their foothold on the list from No. 2022 in 2015.

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Ask Chuck: Refinancing vs. Recasting a Home Mortgage
Wednesday, September 07th, 2016 | Author:

To learn Biblical answers to your financial questions, you can #AskChuck @AskCrown your questions by clicking here.Questions used may be lightly edited for length or clarity.

Dear Chuck,

My husband and I own a home and are trying to decide if we should change our mortgage to get in better financial health. I read recently about recasting a mortgage, which sounds a lot like a fishing term! Is that something worth considering? Weve been looking into refinancing. What is the difference?

Confused on Recasting

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Here are the easiest cities to get a mortgage
Saturday, September 03rd, 2016 | Author:

Despite strong demand for mortgages, lenders arent in the mood to ease credit, according to the latest quarterly survey from Fannie Mae, the government- backed lender.

The trend toward easing of credit standards appears to be tapering off, as the vast majority of lenders, around 90 percent, reported plans to keep their credit standards about the same, said Fannie Mae chief economist Doug Duncan.

While lending standards nationwide may remain steady this year, theres a wide range from one metro area to another, according to an analysis of mortgage data by the Urban Institute.

Borrowers in Detroit, for example, can qualify for a home mortgage with an average FICO credit score of 728. Thats still well above the lending requirements during the housing boom, but its lower than the 770 score for the average borrower in San Francisco.

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