The Accunet Mortgage Learning Center

The Accunet Mortgage Learning Center is your ultimate guide to learning the ins and outs of the mortgage industry. Regardless of whether you're buying your first home, looking to refinance, or simply want to learn more about today's rates and loan options, Accunet's team of loan officers will provide expert advice to handle any mortgage scenario.

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7 Common Mistakes Made by First-Time Home Buyers

As Millennial loan consultant David Wickert likes to say, “Nobody goes to mortgage class in high school.”  By this, David means that it’s perfectly normal for home buyers to not know all the ins and outs of the mortgage world and home buying process. After all, that’s what the experts at Accunet are here to …

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Top 5 Reasons Why Homeowners Are Afraid to Refinance

Refinancing to lower your monthly mortgage payment, get cash or to pay off your mortgage sooner are all very appealing prospects. So what is it that makes homeowners afraid when it comes to refinancing? At Accunet we call this “Refiphobia,” and if this condition affects you, you’re in luck because we’re the mortgage doctors with …

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If You Can Pay Cash, Why Take a Mortgage?

The short answer is “opportunity cost.”  Here’s a real story that’s still unfolding. I got a call from a financial advisor whose high-net-worth client’s daughter was about to buy her first home in the $325,000 price range.  The daughter, let’s call her Grace (not her real name) already has enough of her own assets to …

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What You Need to Know About the Home Inspection Contingency

The first thing to know is that if you put anything: in the contract or in an amendment to the contract or in a Notice related to the offer That says something like: Purchase price is lowered from $200,000 to $190,000 because of the defective roof or Price lowered because of basement issues as detailed …

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5 Things You’ll Love About WHEDA Loans

Before the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA) was formed, it was particularly challenging for modest-income families and individuals to afford the housing they desired. WHEDA was originally developed to assist Wisconsin residents and provide unique home ownership opportunities through affordable mortgage programs and continues to play a vital role today.

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