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Choosing the Best Type of Refinance Loan

Choosing the Best Type of Refinance Loan

If you are ready to refinance your current loan, there are actually several types to choose from. The right one for you will depend on your purpose for getting a new loan and your eligibility for specialty programs. Here are the most common types and how

Jan 10, 2023 | Refinancing a Home

Home Buying in 2023 – What to Expect

Home Buying in 2023 – What to Expect

The past several years of housing boom, spurred on by the lowest mortgage rates in history and record-setting home demand, have likely seen their end. As U.S. inflation reached uncomfortable levels of inflation by early-2022, potential buyers started pull

Jan 03, 2023 | Purchasing a Home

Don’t Make These 7 Home Buyer Mistakes

Don’t Make These 7 Home Buyer Mistakes

With today’s rising interest rates and high home prices, buying a home takes some planning and forethought. Mistakes can be costly, like getting a mortgage higher than you can afford or getting stuck in a neighborhood or house you actually don’t like. Her

Dec 27, 2022 | Purchasing a Home

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas

With Christmas fast-approaching, all of us at Luxe Lending would like to wish you a Merry Christmas! We hope that this week you'll be surrounded by family, friends and loved ones while enjoying time together and making great memories.  It’s been fantastic

Dec 22, 2022 |

How To Avoid Being House Poor

How To Avoid Being House Poor

Since buying a home is one of the biggest financial investments most people ever make, if you're are not careful, you can get in over your head. This can result in a status of being “house poor,” or spending way more on housing costs than you can afford.

Dec 20, 2022 | Refinancing a Home

How to Buy a Home in Today’s High-Priced Market Without a Six-Figure Income

How to Buy a Home in Today’s High-Priced Market Without a Six-Figure Income

According to a recent report from Redfin, as of October 2022, in order to afford a “typical home” with the median monthly mortgage payment of $2,682, a buyer would need to earn at least $107,281 to be able to afford the loan. While prices may have slowed

Dec 13, 2022 | Purchasing a Home