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Absolute Mortgage Joins the Marysville Community

Marysville, WA – Absolute Mortgage a division of Pinnacle Capital Mortgage Corp (PCM), is pleased to announce today the opening of their newest location in Marysville, WA. Continuing their planned expansion north, this marks the second neighborhood location for Absolute Mortgage in Snohomish County this year (14th licensed branch location in WA state). Absolute, known [...]

2016-11-08T19:02:07+00:00 Categories: Announcements|

Why does land appreciate?

Why does land appreciate? It’s a matter of supply and demand.  With the exception of about 30 acres per year of volcanic lava flow adding new waterfront property in Hawaii, the size of the United States has stayed very consistent for a long time. Since the days of the early explorers, property values have risen. [...]

2013-11-26T23:06:37+00:00 Categories: Home Loans|

Is refinancing my mortgage worth the trouble?

There’s a lot of hype about refinancing mortgages right now (for good reason to we might add, historically low rates).  If all the hype has you wondering if  refinancing mortgage worth the trouble?   To help you make a clear choice here are a few common misconceptions about refinancing.   "I've read that the rate needs to [...]

2014-02-26T23:02:37+00:00 Categories: Refinancing|

How do you maximize refinance savings on a mortgage?

You’ve taken advantage of today’s historically low rates!  Supremely smart move!  After you refinance to a lower rate you get a lower payment, but the opportunities don’t stop there.  Here are our 3 quick tips to maximize your refinance savings.   Reduce your balance faster. With a lower interest rate, you pay more principal with each payment, [...]

2016-11-08T19:02:09+00:00 Categories: Refinancing|

What are the factors that make up your credit score?

Understanding the makeup of your credit score is the first step toward managing and improving it.     As you might expect, payment history is the most influential component in your credit score, followed closely by the amounts you owe. To lesser degrees, the length of time you've utilized credit, the number of new accounts [...]

2016-11-08T19:02:09+00:00 Categories: Credit|
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