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• For the second consecutive year, federal regulators have increased the amount of money potential home buyers can borrow on conforming mortgage loans.

• Increase of $29,000 to $453,100 from $424,100 in 2017 allows American homebuyers to compete in the rising home price (nearly 7%) ma...

Here at Fairway, we understand that the home loan process can seem a bit daunting – from applying to gathering the proper documentation to selecting the right loan option. We make the process as simple as possible by offering resources to help you understand how the home buying process works so you’...

Mortgages for your peace of mind

Shopping for a mortgage in today's marketplace can be a daunting and overwhelming undertaking for an inexperienced or under-informed homebuyer, but it doesn't have to be. Properly comparing loan products and considering all costs involved in a new home purchase or ref...

Not unlike the ol’ ticker, the life of your home mortgage loan is typically healthier

beating at a lower rate.

An annual checkup of your mortgage is always a good idea... and less painful than

the actual doctor!

Plus, when we tell you that you’re going to lose an ARM or should bi-pass a second,

those are...

December 12, 2016

CARROLTON, Texas and MADISON, Wis., Dec 9, 2016 – Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation will release the FairwayNOW mobile application in January, giving customers more control of their home loan process. The new app enables customers to close their loan at their own speed and convenience in as l...

December 5, 2016

VA announced today they will increase VA Loan limits on qualified veteran loan in accordance with the Federal conventional/conforming loan limits for 2017.

December 3, 2016

As industry experts look into the new year, Arizona is expected to be the hottest real estate market in the country as reported by Realtor.com. The limit increases on conventional and FHA products may give Arizona home buyers the buying power they need to make a purchase in 2017.

Bond market reaction to news from the Federal Reserve Board's July meeting brings a decline in mortgage rates for the first time in four weeks, according to Freddie Mac.

The average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage sits at 3.43% for the week ending August 4, a drop from last week's 3.48%. This week last y...

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