Mortgages Made Simple with Rick Gundzik

Thursday, July 24, 2008
Mortgage Payments and Stated Income Loans - July 24, 2008
Will the Housing relief bill help? This week we answer a listener's question whether or not the new housing bill will help him. We also had another listener ask us why he just can't seem to get a loan to buy a house. Mortgages Made Simple logo He has perfect credit, makes good money, and is putting in a big down payment. But he is self employed and his income is seasonal, high in the summer and low in the winter. He is a perfect candidate for a stated income loan. However, those loans do not exist anymore.



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Tuesday, July 22, 2008
Best Places to live 2008 - July 22, 2008
CNNMoney pulls out their list of Best Places to Live 2008. This is the latest compilation of the best places to live in the U.S. They even have a nifty table to search your own criteria. Mortgages Made Simple logo I'm partial to California, so now I have to move to Irvine? I'll stick with North OC for now.

The top 10 are:
1 Plymouth, MN
2 Fort Collins, CO
3 Naperville, IL
4 Irvine, CA
5 Franklin Township, NJ
6 Norman, OK
7 Round Rock, TX
8 Columbia/Ellicott City, MD
9 Overland Park, KS
10 Fishers, IN

Best Places to Live

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Thursday, July 17, 2008
Indymac, Fannie, Freddie and You - July 17, 2008
This week brought the collapse of Indymac Bank. Their collapse wreaked havoc in the financial markets, but it can have a greater effect on individual depositor's stress levels. This could be witnessed in the unnecessary bank run on Indymac this week. Many people do not realize they should not keep more than $100,000 in any bank. Mortgages Made Simple logo Insurance only covers up to $100,000 in deposits, any amount over that is negotiable to as low as 50 cents on the dollar. But for those who have a smaller amount on deposit, don't worry, you will get every penny back.

We also discuss Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac's current troubles and why they are so important to the housing market.



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