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.

Latest Articles

Check Your Neighborhood’s Recent Sales

Keeping an eye on your home investment? Wondering about prices in your dream neighborhood? Curious about the home that sold down the street? This quick look at sales trends in your zip code will help you out either way. You can see median price points, average sales prices and number of sales per month. Dig …

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The Mortgage World is Changing (and not for the better)

Certain types of mortgages are getting tougher to get, and it will likely get worse, possibly as soon as yet this year. Quick Background – The federal government bailed out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (aka Government Sponsored Enterprises or GSEs) 11 years ago, injecting $180 billion into the companies to prevent them and the …

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How is your credit score calculated?

Understanding the makeup of your credit score is the first step toward managing and improving it. Credit scores are made up of multiple moving parts, and not all components of a FICO credit score are created equal. Here’s a quick guide to get you up-to-speed on what matters, what doesn’t and how you can start …

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Accunet Raises $14,181 for Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity

On July 28th, 2019, Accunet celebrated a milestone: Our 20th anniversary!  At first, we figured we’d throw a party with some of the people who helped make Accunet what it is today. But then, it hit us: What if we also invited our guests to donate $20 each ($1 for each of our years in …

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The Accunet Mortgage Show (7/21/19 Episode)

Join Brian Wickert and special guest Jerry Serketich as they celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, talk about historical mortgage rates compared to 2019, and give you some tips on improving your credit score.

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