TexasLending.com is the most trusted name in home purchase and refinance in the greater Dallas area. The firm has been honored with the prestigious Consumer’s Choice Award for Mortgage Lenders/Non-Banks six years running and is a proud member of the Dallas and Northeast Texas Better Business Bureau.
TexasLending.com offers residential home buyers a full line of mortgage services including refinances, reverse mortgages, jumbo loans, VA and FHA loans, and, of course, conventional home purchase products. Unlike many brokerages in the area, TexasLending.com is licensed to execute special programs like the FHA Streamline Refinance and Title I Improvement Loans. As well, TexasLending.com can help answer client questions about down payment gift assistance and home purchase after a negative credit marking, like bankruptcy.
TexasLending.com can be contacted by calling toll free 800.346.8047 and can be heard on the radio each Saturday at 1:00 for a two hour-long consumer education call-in show featuring founder Kevin Miller on AM 570 KLIF.
According to the team at TexasLending.com, a good credit score can save you hundreds, even thousands of dollars. On the flip side, a bad credit score can cost much more than higher interest rates – it could eliminate you as a candidate for a job. You may not know how your credit score is calculated, [...]
January 20, 2015 By TexasLending.com
It’s true, we all need a little bit of color in our lives. Color sets the tone and mood of the home. If you are a homeowner and not sure how to go about selecting color, TexasLending.com offers a few tips to help get you started. Whether you want a pop of color here and [...]
January 15, 2015 By TexasLending.com
It’s only the middle of the month, and your bank balance isn’t looking very healthy. Sure, the past few months were filled with budget busters and you simply couldn’t see the way clear to save anything. It’s vital to have an emergency fund and even additional savings for future goals, but these accounts don’t build [...]
December 26, 2014 By TexasLending.com
Although the housing market has experienced a slight upturn in recent months, the representatives of Texas Lending continue to see reticence among younger people who are wary about undertaking this responsibility. These leading professionals have laid out the facts to show evidence that home ownership may be an intelligent strategy in an overall financial plan.
Many Millennials have been renting instead of purchasing their first home, according to a new report by Zillow. On average, 15 percent of homebuyers’ income is devoted specifically to mortgage payments. Renters, on the other hand, are paying more than twice that amount for their houses, condominiums and apartments.
Since the Great Recession of 2008, the U.S. economy has undergone several changes that may strike fear in the heart of consumers, reports Texas Lending. A great number of renters have not been purchasing homes due to a concern about mortgages and down payments, as well as their general financial instability.
December 23, 2014 By TexasLending.com
The representatives of TexasLending.com understand that a home’s entry door is a reflection of the residents who live inside. Investing in an entry door is important so that homeowners avoid spending unnecessary money on repairs and replacements in the future.
Q: If an homeowner is adamant about selecting wood doors, would you recommend it?
TexasLending.com: For homeowners who reside in humid climates, wood doors may be a poor decision. Certain species of natural wood are likely to swell or shrink due to extra moisture in the environment. On the other hand, people who live in temperate and dry climates should be free to choose wood doors. Keep in mind that wood doors require a little more maintenance to remain in tip-top shape, however.
Q: Is there a particular type of entry door most suitable for those who are used to inclement conditions?
TexasLending.com: For our clients who experience severe weather on a regular basis, steel doors would be a solid fit. As one would expect, steel doors are a remarkably secure option. The only drawback is that steel doors become extremely hot after hours of direct sunlight.
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