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Do I Have to Pay Private Mortgage Insurance?

Do I Have to Pay Private Mortgage Insurance?

Lenders often require borrowers to pay for private mortgage insurance (PMI) on top of their mortgage loan. PMI is a type of insurance that actually protects the lender, not the borrower, against default and loss. If the borrower contributes less than a 20

May 16, 2023 |

Is a Conforming Loan the Same as a Conventional Loan?

Is a Conforming Loan the Same as a Conventional Loan?

As you begin the mortgage process, you’ll have lots of terminology thrown at you that can be a little confusing. Two similar sounding terms that might have you perplexed are conforming and conventional loans. Are these the same thing? Here’s w

May 09, 2023 | Purchasing a Home

Why Is My Mortgage Escrow Account Sending Me a Check?

Why Is My Mortgage Escrow Account Sending Me a Check?

After making all your mortgage payments for several years, you suddenly get a check in the mail from your escrow account. If you didn’t pay close attention during your mortgage closing, you may not even remember what an escrow account is. Here&rsquo

May 02, 2023 | Purchasing a Home

What Is a Convertible Adjustable-Rate Mortgage?

What Is a Convertible Adjustable-Rate Mortgage?

If you are in the market for a home loan, an adjustable-rate mortgage may be very attractive in today’s higher rate climate. If you’ve looked into ARM loans, you may also have come across the term “convertible ARM.” If you’re unfamiliar with this product,

Apr 25, 2023 | Purchasing a Home

MetroCity Commercial Financing

MetroCity Commercial Financing

MetroCity Capital Group is proud to provide commercial financing for all types of commercial properties throughout the United States. Our expert team of commercial loan officers has over 30 years of combined experience in the industry, ensuring that we ca

Apr 24, 2023 | Commercial Financing Financing Rates

What is an Assumable Mortgage?

What is an Assumable Mortgage?

There are many ways to structure a loan for buying a home. One lesser-known way is with an assumable mortgage. Here’s what that means and how it works: What is an Assumable Mortgage? An assumable mortgage is a home loan where the buyer legally takes over

Apr 18, 2023 | Purchasing a Home