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Jun 23

Yuma AZ Housing Market Recovering Fast from Coronavirus Slowdown

Homes prices have continued rising in Yuma this year in spite of the challenging times. Historic low interest rates, coupled with record low numbers of homes for sale have created a very strong seller’s market in Yuma Arizona.  In May 2020, the average home sold for just under $190,000.  We haven’t seen an average monthly price that high in almost 12 years. A major factor in our rising home prices is the historically low mortgage rates.  For a home buyer, a low rates translates to more buying power. 

Aug 19

Useful Links

This is a page of useful links for realtors and lenders.  Bookmark this page to use as a reference for real estate-related websites. Lending Guidelines USDA Eligibility Maps USDA Guidelines VA Lenders Handbook VA Eligibility Rules Home Possible Eligibility FEMA Flood Map Service Center FHA 4000.1 Handbook Fannie Mae Conventional Guidelines Condo Lookups FHA Condo Lookup VA Condo Lookup Fannie Mae Approved Condo Projects Loan Amount Limits Loan Limits – Conv & VA FHA Mortgage Limits VA Pay Military Pay Charts BAH Calculator Licensee Lookup AZ DRE –

Jul 25

New Yuma Office For the Jackson Team at Nova Home Loans

Our office has moved!  As of Monday July 22nd, we have moved from our 9 year location into a brand new office here at 1590 S 2nd Ave, Yuma AZ 85364.  We are right off 16th St and 4th Ave, in between the 4-story Pancrazi building and the Chase Bank.  You can’t miss the signs! Find us on Google Maps. Here are a few pictures of the new space.  More to come once we get fully moved in and clear away the dust.

Feb 27

What To Do When Your ARM is Adjusting

You wake up in a cold sweat and look around your dark bedroom.  Your phone says it’s 2:07 a.m.  Why are you even awake?  You rack your brain trying to remember what bad dream your subconscious troubled you with.  Then you remember.  You have an Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM), and you have a vague nagging feeling it is going to start adjusting sometime in the near future.  When is D-Day again?  You don’t know for sure.  And what is going to happen anyway when it starts to adjust? 

Feb 26

Military Survivor

The Jackson Team loves our military families, and we are committed to providing respectful and considerate service. Benefits VA home loans offer zero-down financing, low interest rates and no monthly mortgage insurance for eligible qualifying borrowers to buy a home, build a home, or refinance an existing loan. Eligibility The surviving spouses of those eligible for VA Home Loans can use the loan guaranty.  You may qualify for home loan benefits if: You are an un-remarried spouse of a Veteran who died while in service or from a service-connected

Feb 17

Three Trends that Could Drive Home Prices Higher in 2019

According to the National Association of Realtors, home values across the US increased by 4.8%, on average, throughout 2018. Here are three trends that could cause home prices to continue rising in 2019: Supply The number of homes available for sale is low in many markets. When the supply is low, sellers typically have more negotiating power than buyers. This means that sellers can ask for higher prices, and buyers may be obliged to pay those higher prices if they really want to purchase the house. Demand First-time

Feb 14

Two Ways Rising Mortgage Rates Could Impact You

1 – If You’re Thinking of Buying a Home It may be worthwhile for you to consider buying a home now instead of waiting. That’s because most economists anticipate that interest rates will continue to go up throughout this year due to: Risk of higher inflation, which leads to higher interest rates A greater supply of bonds due to growing budget deficits Less demand for bonds due to the Fed winding down their bond-buying program It may benefit you to lock in today’s rates instead of waiting for

Feb 10

How to Successfully Get a Mortgage in 2019

If you’ve traveled in an airplane recently, you probably went through a security check at the airport.  These security checks are required by a federal law called the USA Patriot Act.  This very same law has a provision that requires mortgage companies, banks, and financial institutions to document your source of funds when you buy a house or refinance a mortgage.  In short, the US government has recruited mortgage lenders in its fight against terrorism!  In fact, lenders are required by law to ask you for: The exact

Feb 7

Two Ways to Benefit from the 2019 Loan Limit Increase

Interest rates on home loans that conform to the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac guidelines tend to be lower than non-conforming loans.  That’s why it’s good news that the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) recently announced that the conforming loan limits have increased to $484,350 in 2019.  This is a $31,250 increase from the $453,100 loan limits of 2018.  In some higher-cost areas, the loan limits could be as high as $727,525.  Click here to view a map of all the loan limits across the US.   Here are two ways

Feb 6

Thinking Of Pulling Money Out Of A Retirement Account?

Clients often ask about whether it makes sense to pull money out of a retirement account to purchase a home or pay for large expenses. Here’s the inside scoop: Note: visit the IRS web site for info on any of these items and check with a CPA for details about how these general rules apply in your specific situation. Conventional IRA When you take money out of a conventional IRA, you’ll generally need to pay income taxes on the funds. For example, assume you want to withdraw $50,000 out of