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Finding Someone To Lien On Things You Should Before Taking Out A Loan

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By Mia Bolaris-Forget

So, you’re finally settled into your love nest and you’re finding out that you really need more space. Even before you were wed, you’d been entertaining the idea of more room(s) for entertaining. But your desire for spatial relations may back your marital relationship into a tight corner.

Surely your spouse has little qualms about being “King of the Castle”…but castles are costly (especially here on Long Island) and he’s having royal issues about having to pay a king’s ransom in mortgage fees.

Avoidance Issues: Avoid typical traps by doing your homework…and getting a “formal” education. Start by contacting trusted professionals, asking questions and probing for professional opinions and advice. Remember, your mortgage is exactly that YOUR mortgage, and unique to your specific circumstances, and that you don’t have to solve this financial puzzle solo.

Learn The (Mortgage) Lingo: By sheer definition alone, mortgages implicate long-term commitments often demanding large sums of money (no wonder they go hand in hand with marriage). But, much like marriage they are great investments. What’s most important is your ability to pay back the loan. Failure to do so means the potential of ultimately loosing your home.

Start by focusing on the type of broker and lien. Borrowing money is a very personal issue (and decision) with each case being unique to the needs, desires, expectations and financial status/ability of the borrower. Authorities advise shopping around for the “perfect fit”. Look for someone you feel comfortable, whom you feel you can trust and who is able to understand and meet your needs.

It’s also a good idea to ask for referrals, references and expert opinions prior to committing yourself. And, it’s strongly suggested you understand fully what you are getting into.

Remember, banks and other lending institutions are bound by the confines of the services they or their company/organization offers. On the other hand, independent brokers offer a variety of services and access to a medley of lenders, and access to more options and the ability for a more flexible policy, catering to your particular needs and circumstances.

Again, while it’s important to do comparison-shopping, you may not always be able to compare YOUR mortgage to someone else’s. Terms and conditions tend to reflect your own personal situation and the level of risk you In any case, the mortgage you are offered will depend on your own individual circumstances and the level of risk you pose to the provider.



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