If you are a current or former firefighter, education professional (teacher, professor, school staff, etc), law enforcement officer, military personnel (active, reserves and veterans), health care worker or professional(nurse, doctor, dentist, EM, technician, staff, etc), or clergy you should qualify to participate in and receive special savings through this program.
Jordan Interviews Joe Kelly of Heroes Come First
Resource: Heroes Come First with Homes for Heroes
Jordan Interviews Bill Westrom of Truth in Equity
Resource: Truth in Equity
TAP INTO THE EQUITY IN YOUR HOME THROUGH A REVERSE MORTGAGE
Tapping into your home equity using a reverse mortgage might be a fantastic solution for you if you need money or to boost your retirement income and are at least 62 years old. Reverse mortgages, now called Home Equity Conversion Mortgages and can be arranged for homes with 1 to 4 families or FHA approved condominiums. You continue to own your home and are still responsible for paying real estate taxes, insurance and fees. To see if a reverse mortgage might be right for your situation and to get the best deal, contact the Intercontinental Capital Group.
Jordan Interviews Russell Silver of Intercontinental Capital Group
Resource: Intercontinental Capital Group
Resource: ARC Loan Money Management System
Save Thousands By Refinancing Your Mortgage!
Refinancing your home mortgage can bring real savings but be choosy about you work with. Sharing your information online could result in being bombarded by high pressure sales calls from too many mortgage companies! It can pay, long and short term, to work with highly trained professionals who value long-term relationships and look out for your best interests. If you’re thinking of refinancing or wondering if refinancing makes sense for you reach out to the experts at You Can Refi.
Jordan Interviews Joseph Kelly of You Can Refi
Resource: Access National Bank
If you have a fixed-rate or adjustable-rate mortgage, or a home equity line of credit, or if you’re making extra payments or just want a professional second opinion about the accuracy of your mortgage payments, order an ArmCheck™ mortgage audit today. Consider a mortgage audit if your monthly payment or loan balance just seems too high. ArmCheck™ mortgage audits uncover overcharges in the calculation of your mortgage rates and payments. Thousands of homeowners have used the audit to “win their case” and get refunds ranging from $300 to $38,000! Surveys indicate that such errors occur in up to 40% of all loans. These mistakes include miscalculating monthly payments, interest charges and loan balances. These problems occur for a variety of reasons such as inexperienced personnel, faulty software or using an incorrect index value for variable rate loans. You will receive a report to let you know if you’ve been overcharged by the lender. You’ll also receive a “Lender Refund Letter” to send along with your report to your mortgage lender to obtain a refund for any overpayment.
Learn about the ArmCheck™ mortgage audits at www.verifymymortgage.com
or by calling 800-888-6781
Escrow accounts are often required by mortgage lenders to pay property taxes and insurance. Lenders review the account annually, but these escrow payment adjustments often result in overcharges that come out of your pocket. Errors occur in up to one-third of escrow accounts. Mistakes occur for several reasons including inaccurate annual escrow reviews, inexperienced personnel or faulty software. The EscrowCheck™ audit will determine if you’re paying too much every month and if the lender is holding excess funds in the reserve or “cushion” account. Along with the audit report, you will receive a “Lender Refund Letter” to send along with your report to the lender to get a refund for any overcharges. Thousands of homeowners have used the EscrowCheck™ independent verification of escrow accounts to uncover mistakes or overcharges. Borrowers have received refunds ranging from $500 to $6,000.
Jordan Interviews David Ginsburg of Verify My Escrow
Learn about the EscrowCheck™ escrow audit at www.verifymyescrow.com
or by calling 800-888-6781
Most homeowners think that private mortgage insurance, or PMI, can only be cancelled when the loan reaches 80% of the home’s original value. However, there are many other ways that PMI can be cancelled early without refinancing! That will save you between $50 and $350 per month in PMI premiums. The early removal of PMI is complicated and based not just on the loan balance and the home’s original value, but also on the interplay among numerous factors such as the loan rate, term, and whether any home improvements or prepayments have been made to the house. The PMI Terminator™ personalized report is based on your specific situation and shows the numerous ways to remove PMI early. It also includes a “Lender PMI Removal Letter” which you send to the insurance company proving that you should not be paying PMI any longer.
Jordan Interviews David Ginsburg of Verify My PMI
Learn about the PMI Terminator™ report at www.verifymypmi.com
or by calling 800-888-6781
Jordan Goodman explains how to lower your mortgage payment or your interest rate through mortgage modification.
Jordan Interviews Jim Richman of Modify My Mortgage
Resource: Modify My Mortgage
Jordan on Fox News discussing the deficit and how you can pay off your mortgage in 5 to 7 years instead of 30 years by using a strategy called Mortgage Equity Optimization. You can find out more about it by clicking here.
Jordan discusses low mortgage rates & higher bank fees on the View. Find out more about Mortgages and Mortgage Equity Optimization and how to save on credit card fees.