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Making a good first impression is crucial in today's competitive market.  Making a home look visually appealing to byers is the act of home staging. There are ways to higlight your homes qualities, de-empphasize its shortcomings and engage potential buyers.  Home stagers will make selling your home a lot less stressful. They have an eye for home appeal and can transform it into a welcoming, attractive product that anyone might want and will perceive as a much higher value.Staging your home yourself or having a professional home stager do the work for you depends on your budget. E...

March 21st, 2017 | #homestagingtips, Bank of England Mortgage

Bank of England Mortgage

Credit Do’s and Don’ts in the Mortgage Approval ProcessWhile pre-approval allows buyers to know how much they are qualified to borrow for a new home before they start shopping, and it can speed up the mortgage application process once they find a home they like, prospective homebuyers need to keep in mind that pre-approval is not final approval. Events and decisions affecting a borrower’s financial profile that occur after pre-approval but prior to closing can determine whether or not the loan is ultimately approved.Especially now, as the mortgage industry adjusts to new fina...

March 10th, 2017 | Bank Of England Mortgage, Down Payment, First Time Homebuyer, Purchase Loans, Pre-Approval, Reverse Mortgage, VA Loans, Bank of England Mortgage


When purchasing a home, the primary way of avoiding paying Mortgage Insurance (or MI) is by putting a down payment toward the home of 20% or more.  This can be a daunting task if there are not enough assets to commit to this amount of money.  Paying MI is frustrating because it is money spent that goes toward no part of the equity of your home.  MI is designed to protect the lender against loss as loans with less than 20% down are characterized as being of higher risk to the lender.  It does not benefit the customer in any way.  As a result, customers prefer not &ldquo...

November 30th, 2016 | Combo Loan, BANK OF ENGLAND MORTGAGE


In the mortgage lending, one of the most flexible and sometimes the lowest priced loan program is the VA purchase.  Designed to assist our military veterans, this loan product has a 0% down payment requirement and carries no Mortgage Insurance.  It is the only product of its kind that allows for these parameters. As a way of giving back some benefit to our Veterans and their families, this government backed loan product is a unique loan that can help make homes more affordable to our country’s service members. One challenge of VA loans is getting the Veterans to understand...

September 24th, 2016 | VA Loans, Purchase Loans, Bank Of England Mortgage, BANK OF ENGLAND MORTGAGE VA PURCHASE LOANS


We are a member of the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association (NRMLA). Our Reverse Mortgage Counselors adhere to and maintain standards and a code of conduct that are aimed at protecting the interests of the senior community and their families. We realize that although Reverse Mortgage products can be an excellent financial solution, they may not be the cure all for your financial needs. Our customary methods in terms of consumer safeguards for senior citizens include:  A personal, one-on-one consultation with an expert Reverse Mortgage Counselor who will analyze the...

July 17th, 2016 | Reverse Mortgage, BANK OF ENGLAND MORTGAGE FOR SENIORS


Here at Bank Of England Mortgage offer several available options for customers who have little available for down payment when purchasing their home.  Depending on the customers’ needs, income, credit score, possible military background, and location of the property, the minimum down payment requirements range from 0% ( VA and USDA loans) to 5% (Conventional/Fannie Mae loans).  Another option for customers is an FHA loan.  This is a loan where only 3.5% of the home’s purchase price is required for a down payment. It is popular among first-time homebuyers as well as c...

May 24th, 2016 | Down Payment, Purchase Loans, BANK OF ENGLAND MORTGAGE DOWN PAYMENTS

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Bank of England Mortgage

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Phone: 801-912-8484
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