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Understand if a mortgage refinance with Mutual of Omaha Mortgage could lower your monthly payment using the Mutual of Omaha Refinance Calculator. With a competitive rate or a change in your loan term, you could save on your monthly mortgage with Mutual of Omaha.
Understanding how much home you can afford is an important first step when starting the home buying process. Enter your income, debt and monthly expenses to estimate how much you might be approved to borrow using the Home Affordability Calculator.
Before starting the home buying process, estimate your monthly mortgage loan payment using your desired home price, approximate down payment, interest rate and loan term. Understand how your mortgage payment might fit with your monthly budget and apply for a loan that fits your financial goals.
Purchasing a home is an important milestone and often one of the largest purchases a person will make in their lifetime. For veterans and service members pursuing the home buying process, a VA loan could be an ideal mortgage product.
Since 1944, the VA home loan has helped thousands of our nation’s bravest citizens achieve the dream of homeownership. One of the most popular and enduring programs of the The Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944 commonly known as the G.I. Bill is the VA home loan.
The VA streamline refinance loan is also known as the VA IRRRL. The VA streamline refinance is often a simple loan process because the borrowers are refinancing from one VA mortgage loan to another VA loan.
Whether you are a Millennial starting out in the housing market for the first time or a long-time renter interested in becoming a homeowner, you may have questions about renting compared to buying a home. Here are some frequently asked questions about the benefits of owning a home versus renting.
Did you know that a homeowner’s average median net worth is 40x greater than that of a non-homeowner (according to recent data from the Federal Reserve’s Survey of Consumer Finances)? While that statistics greatly favors buyers, we know that the benefits and advantages of homeownership over renting are not always so clear cut.