Jin LaCoss NMLS 936060
Jin is a 20 year industry veteran, who has extensive knowledge around all aspects of the home buying and refinance process. Jin started in real estate in 1998, but has spent the majority of her career in the mortgage industry. Ranging from Loan Processor, Operations Manager, to Originating Branch Manager and Vice President. Jin is equipped with ability to educate her clients around what options will best fit their needs as she is well versed with years of industry experience. Her vast knowledge of loan products and guidelines allows her to easily find solutions to obstacles that may be difficult for others to overcome. Jin joined Sunstreet Mortgage in 2017, with the goal of helping clients achieve their white picket fence dream while providing great interest rates and exceptional service!
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The Mortgage News
Homeowners who refinanced through Freddie Mac in 2013 continued to display fiscal restraint, choosing fixed rate mortgages, keeping essentially the same mortgage balance, and in many cases opting for shorter-term loans to build equity more rapidly. In doing so homebuyers who refinanced during the year will save approximately $21 billion on net over the first 12 months of their new loans.
The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) called the fourth quarter of 2013 a particularly strong one for commercial and multifamily mortgage originations, with a total volume of around $280 billion in closed loans, the highest volume since 2007. Preliminary figures indicate that the volume for the entire year was up 15 percent from 2012 and increased 34 percent between the third and final quarter of 2013.
Now that prices have recovered to within striking distance of where many folks purchased their homes, potential sellers have found something new to worry about. Can their potential buyer get a mortgage?