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Simple Texas Home Loans for Complicated Times

January 10, 2012 by Kevinmiller
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As our CEO Kevin Miller explained last week, the payroll tax holiday extension passed recently in Congress will likely be paid for with a new tax on all new loans bought by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac over the next decade.

The combination of high unemployment, huge federal deficits, a still-messy housing market and an uncertain regulatory environment in Washington forecasts a pretty unstable few years ahead for the housing market. In other words, expect unexpected costs, confusing rules, and frustrating delays.

Here at TexasLending.com, we’ll do everything we can to keep the home loan experience simple and affordable. Here’s how:

We Keep Rates Low

Even if taxes increase, 2012 will still be a historic year to buy a home. Simply put, home interest rates are unbelievably low, and we’re not afraid to brag about the fact that we’ve got the lowest Dallas home interest rates, Austin home interest rates, and Houston home interest rates you’ll find.

We Keep Customers Informed

Knowledge is power, and we’re determined to help make our customers the most well-informed group of homeowners anywhere. So check back here at Texas Lending Today each week to learn what’s new in Texas cities local housing markets, how what’s happening in Washington effects homeowners in the Lone Star State, and how the Texas mortgages services provided here at TexasLending.com can help. Or tune in each Saturday to our CEO’s radio show on 570 KLIF — The TexasLending.com Mortage Hour With Kevin Miller — to hear more.

Similarly, to learn more about our Texas home loans services such as, say, home refinance loans in Dallas, Houston home equity loans, or Austin home purchase loans, take a look at our website. In our mortgage resources section, you can use such nifty tools as our mortgage calculators, peruse the mortgage glossary, and learn more about our loan process.

We Keep Communication Lines Open

Contact us — our unparalleled team of Texas home loan specialists would love to answer any questions, listen to any frustrations, and ease any concerns we can. Or apply online to get the process started today.

 
 

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As of: September 17, 2018

4.750%
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4.923%
APR

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4.750%
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4.792%
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4.195%
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5.207%
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4.750%
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5.498%
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