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Member Blog Posts

Cherry Creek Mortgage is dedicated to our Veterans with the goals of raising $30,000 to house a returning veteran to California.

The Boot Campaign is a national nonprofit organization dedicated Providing Assistance to military personnel and their families. The Boot Campaign encourages Americans to “get their BOOTS ON” and express one’s Patriotism and Gratitude for all who serve with all proceeds funding the campaign’s five Assistance initiatives: Jobs, Housing, Wellness, Urgent Assistance, and Family Support. – [...]

FHA Throws Lifeline to Those With Damaged Credit During Recession

FHA Throws Lifeline to Those With Damaged Credit During Recession Aug 19 2013 The financial crisis took its toll on Wall Street and Main Street alike. Mistakes were made and bills went unpaid on both sides of the fence, but Main Street sees Wall Street bailouts and asks “where’s my bailout?” Specifically with respect to [...]

Mortgage Rates Hit July Lows After Weak Housing Data

by Matthew Graham Jul 22 2013, 4:14PM Mortgage rates were lower again to begin the week as weaker-than-expected economic data helped rates improve slightly in the morning.  The overall level of activity in bond markets that underpin mortgage and Treasury rates remained subdued, but the trading levels were strong enough for a few lenders to [...]

Among The Worst Days in Mortgage Rate History

by Matthew Graham Among The Worst Days in Mortgage Rate History Jul 5 2013, 5:23PM Historical data has its limitations when it comes to mortgage rates.  For instance, the longest-running series are only updated once a week, making it hard to determine exactly where an individual day falls in the record books.  Even then, today’s [...]

Do's and Don't's For a Smooth Mortgage Process: Part 2

by Ted Rood Do’s and Don’t’s For a Smooth Mortgage Process: Part 2 Decrease Font Size Text Increase Font Size Jun 7 2013, 4:42PM We could all use a little comedy considering the recent rise in rates. But delays in the loan process are no laughing matter, costing you more and more as rates rise [...]

Grilling Safety Tips to Practice All Summer

 Now that summer has officially arrived, homeowners across the country are ready to fire up the grill for outdoor celebrations, some of which may lead to careless accidents. All Home Security, a leading online resource for home alarm systems and home security monitoring, presents the following safety tips for anyone planning to grill out this [...]

How to Assure a Smooth Closing

The day of the closing is an exciting time for a home buyer. However, if you are unprepared, it can also be extremely stressful. Hopefully the tips below will help you avoid a closing headache. Before closing, usually the day before or early the day of, be sure to do a final walk-through and inspection [...]

Keep Miscommunication at Bay-Establish What Stays and What Goes from the Get Go

Believe it or not, after months of searching for the perfect home, agreeing to a price and going forward with the deal, a sale can fall apart over a disagreement about something as simple and trivial as curtains. If you’re in the process of getting your home ready for sale, it’s important that you are [...]

House Obsessed Homeowners Get Inspired by Social Media

 House Obsessed Homeowners Get Inspired by Social Media Wednesday, June 06, 2012 The Internet makes it easier than ever before to find home improvement inspiration. Social networking sites have taken the place of word of mouth between neighbors, and popular sites like Houzz and Pinterest let users share ideas and opinions on home trends with [...]

Rising Prices in California Turn Short Sales into Equity Sales

Rising Prices in California Turn Short Sales into Equity Sales By Brian Collins APR 22, 2013 5:43pm ET The California real estate market reached a milestone in March when less than 30% of home sales involved distressed properties for the first time in five years. The California Association of Realtors reported Monday that the share [...]