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Tips on Your Real Estate Loan

The median price of a home in the United States is somewhere in the neighborhood of approximately $222,000, at least an 8 percent increase in the past three years. 
The loan you take out to start up your real estate endeavors, whether it be to purchase a home for yourself or make a profit off of your real estate purchase, is most likely going to be the most monumental commitment you will ever make in your life, money wise at least.  As with all the other monumental commitments and decisions you make in your life, taking out a loan to purchase property is not a decision to be made with haste.  You wouldn't purchase your home without shopping around to get the best home for the best deal; in essence, you are purchasing a large sum of money from your bank or mortgage company to make your purchase.  That fine black print on your loan contract is a tricky little thing called interest, and a change in even a half percent can drastically affect the price of the loan.  Interest, in essence, is payment to the lender for "allowing" you to use their money for your property purchase. 
Your credit score is a clear indicator to a lender of your dependability.  If your credit score is on the low end of the spectrum, obviously a smart lender wouldn't give you a loan (especially a large one) without having you pay some type of penalty for it.  It is for this reason that bad-credit loans and such are not always the smartest idea, especially when the amount of the loan starts to get up there. 
Bad credit loans cost a lot more than a loan from a more traditional mortgage lender, or even your local bank and trust would cost you.  Lenders can afford to issue loans to more dependable mortgagees who have higher credit scores; the likelihood of them returning the loan and making all of their payments on time is a lot greater than the likelihood of a young college student freshly married and looking to purchase a home.  Not only is the more youthful traditionally seen as less responsible, but chances are that they have little or no credit.  Such a person would not have had as much experience paying bills on time and fulfilling their ends of the bargain when it comes to small loans at furniture stores, store credit cards, and such as a 35-year old who has been in the workforce for 15 years, married to the same person for 10 years (getting a divorce CAN affect your credit, believe it or not) and been leasing rental homes, making good on their leases and contracts they enter into with the landlord?
Ensure that you enter into your loan agreement as fully informed about the products available to you as possible.  Keep in mind that a 10% interest rate over the span of a normal 30 year mortgage loan could double the face value of the loan, turning your $100,000 home mortgage into $200,000 debt, or worse.

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