Mortgage Brokers Washington DC

Why pay someone else rent? Owning your own home is the best investment you can make. Right now mortgage rates are at an all time low. Mortgage calculators can help you determine what you can afford. Please scroll down to learn more and get access to the mortgage lenders and mortgage brokers in Washington, DC listed below.

Department Of Veterans Affairs
(202) 273-7390
810 Vermont Ave Nw - 264
Washington, DC
 
Bank Of America Na Charlotte
(202) 624-4179
730 15Th St Nw Fl 6
Washington, DC
 
Dept Of Hud
(202) 708-0467
451 7Th St Sw Room 2228
Washington, DC
 
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp
(000) 000-0000
550 17Th St Nw
Washington, DC
 
Veterans Adm Regional Office
(202) 275-1318
1120 Vermont Ave Nw
Washington, DC
 
D C Housing Finance Agency
(202) 777-1633
815 Florida Avenue Nw
Washington, DC
 
Department Of Hud Claims
(202) 755-5086
P O Box 44807
Washington, DC
 
Maryland District of Columbia Credit Union Association
(800) 492-4206
401 C Street NE First Floor
Washington, DC
 
Hud-credit Alert Alternate
(202) 755-7500
451 7Th St Sw - Room 3119P
Washington, DC
 
Hud-credit Alert
(202) 708-2700
451 7Th Street Sw Room 9270
Washington, DC
 

Mortgage

Q: I am told that home owning is the single best investment a person can make. I would like to get started but am afraid that I will not be able to handle the mortgage payments on my own. Are there any tools out there that can help me calculate a budget that I will be able to afford, given my current salary?

 

There are many tools available to help you calculate what you can afford to spend on an apartment. Many mortgage calculation tools are readily available online. A good one, which automatically calculates how much you can afford, is available online at www.eloan.com : Home Affordability Calculator.

However, as a cautionary note, I always recommend buyers speak to a mortgage professional first rather than trust what is found online. You can always contact state and local boards of Realtors for lists of mortgage brokers in your area or ask your own real estate agent or friends for references.

Just recently I had a first-time buyer that was convinced she could only spend a certain amount per month. She had done much research online and was certain about her budget forecasting. I then had her meet with a mortgage broker and it's a good thing she did. As it turns out she was completely wrong and we were able to find her a different caliber of apartment for her.

Either way, if you do not have enough saved for a down payment, create a separate savings account and come up with a savings schedule. Only borrow what you can afford!!!

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