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Monthly mortgages are the most common basic type of financing obtained when anyone purchases a home, either new or previously owned. There are quite a few basic types of mortgages which fall into the category of monthly, such as 30-year fixed, adjustable rate, 15-year, interest-only, and many more. Information on each different type of monthly loan is provided here. After all, education is the key to protecting your interests!

When most people think of “home financing”, they think of mortgages with a monthly payment due 12 times per year in the same amount paid monthly. Part of each monthly payment goes toward paying the monthly mortgage principal; the rest of the monthly payment pays interest on your mortgage. This monthly amount changes with each monthly payment based on an amortization chart.

We will show you in the articles in this section about basic types of mortgages, some of the options for monthly payments, including those which are paid bi-weekly rather than monthly and those which are interest only.

Of course, each of the types of monthly mortgages has advantages; each also has disadvantages. We will identify both pros and cons of the different types of monthly mortgages for you. Determining exactly what monthly mortgage is right for you in your particular situation requires knowledge regarding the available type of finances as well as some study of your finances and expected future financial situation.

The more you know about obtaining monthly loans before you apply for your home mortgage, the better position you are in to negotiate the most affordable monthly mortgage which will best benefit you. A smart shopper is well educated; shopping for monthly home mortgage financing is no different than shopping for a car or a pair of shoes except that the stakes are much higher! The best possible deal on your monthly loan is what you must find. This is especially true because you will live with your mortgage selection, every month, for years to come.

Providing housing for your family is the single biggest purchase most people will ever make. Housing is a necessity, and renting can be a lot like throwing money away monthly by paying monthly rent. You are, in effect, making monthly payments on a mortgage for someone else. By owning a home with a monthly home mortgage, you are building an investment from which your family can benefit. Monthly mortgages are little different from paying rent, except that you are paying into a “home equity” account. This equity can actually act must like a savings account in which you make monthly deposits for you and your loved ones!

Just as searching for a home you wish to buy is a process, so too is the search for the right lending institution. You can seek a monthly loan from local sources such as your bank, or you can locate an Internet-based mortgage company. The Internet, with the instant gratification it provides, can often shorten the approval process to minutes instead of days. Which sources you elect to shop for monthly mortgages are entirely up to you.

It is important when seeking a mortgage, monthly or another type, to avoid checking with just one source. Services vary from lender to lender and locating the “best-fit” for your unique needs is your goal. Sure, the first mortgage lender you contact may well approve your mortgage, but you may find a much better option by allowing several institutions or lenders to quote their options for mortgages. Don’t jump the gun and sign papers before you know you have the best deal possible!

You can expect to have to pay a down payment on most any mortgage, monthly as well, but some types of mortgages do not require a down payment, or have very small down payments required. Don’t give up on buying a home, even if you have little money banked toward a down payment.

Of course, your monthly mortgage approval will require a credit check and income verification. Even if you credit record is not perfect, you can probably get a home financed, but you may pay a premium. If you expect to buy a home in the future, make maintaining a good credit background a major priority to ensure ease of obtaining your monthly mortgage.

By perusing some of the different articles you will certainly learn many ways to save when you choose a mortgage.

Monthly Mortgage Tips

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Different Mortgage Types

The Monthly Mortgage

The Jumbo Mortgage

Bank Mortgages

15 Year Mortgages

30 Year Fixed Mortgages

Interest Only Mortgages

Fixed Rate Mortgages

Second Mortgages

Bi Weekly Mortgages

First Time Home Buyers

Bad Credit Mortgages

First Time Buyers with Bad Credit