Overview

Armed with the right information, you can work with a lender you trust and find a mortgage — and a home — that fits your needs and budget.

Duration: 5-7 minutes

Topics and Learning Objectives

  • Define mortgages and explain how they are used.
  • Identify the different types of mortgages available.
  • Describe the mortgage application process.
  • Determine whether they should consider government loan programs.

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There is a lot to understand when it comes to mortgages which can make having a mortgage seem overwhelming. However, taking out a mortgage can be manageable and rewarding as long as you prepare yourself to understand the terms, forms and processes involved. In just 5 minutes, this lesson will teach you:

  • What mortgages are and how they are used
  • How to identify different types of mortgages
  • How the application process works and different loans to consider

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