EDIT: The free promo on this book is over, but it is still a great read. Feel free to check it out!
Have you been wondering how the home loan and mortgage process works? Are all of the terms and procedures confusing and not making any sense? This new book not only explains the mortgage process and how to wade through the jargon and get a good deal, but it also tackles refinancing using the newest government programs that will help responsible homeowners take advantage of today’s low rates.
With HARP 2.0 homeowners, who’s loans are backed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac, can refinance regardless of loan-to-value ratios. In other words, no matter how much they owe on their loan or how underwater their mortgage may be.
Are you wondering what or who Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is or are? Would you like to know how to actually calculate loan-to-value ratios and what it actually is? This book will explain that too. It also comes with tons of calculators and explains the caluclations behind complicated mortgage calculations.
There are also tips and tricks on how to get the best deal and how to set up your mortgage and your accounts so that the finances are in your favor. Right now this book is a free Kindle book and you can download it for free. If you don’t have a Kindle, no problem, just download the Kindle app for you computer or any device you would like to read the Kindle book on.
One advantage of reading this particular book on your computer is that it has tons of links to useful resources. If you read it on say, the Kindle app for PC, you can have all of those links and calculators at your fingertips.
If you didn’t think you could refinance because your home loan was underwater or you just want to understand how the mortgage and home loan process works. Then you may want to take a look at this book while it is free. It should be free from now until midnight on November 3rd.
Oh yeah, for my regular readers, this book was written by the same author of Couponing For Busy People and she is very near and dear to my heart.by