Raleigh Mortgage Options

Posted by Nick Niesen on October 29th, 2010

Situated in north central North Carolina, Raleigh is the capital of the Tarheel state and is a booming city that has witnessed many changes over the past several decades. Gone are the days when Raleigh was little more than a sleepy, southern city in a chiefly agricultural state. Today, Raleigh has more than 320,000 residents and is part of a exploding metropolitan area that 1.3 million residents now call ?home.? Duke, UNC, and NC State are three highly regarded universities serving the area and the Research Triangle Park is world renowned for its many technological innovations. For good reason, thousands of families are relocating to the Raleigh area every month; you can too and a Raleigh mortgage can give you what you need to successfully make your move.

Purchasing a house in Raleigh is so much like buying a home in any recognized American city: you make a down payment, get in touch with many lenders for competing bids, and you select a lender based on the information given. Your Raleigh mortgage is ready and your move is certain, right? Well, it isn?t always that simple! Let?s examine some web sites that can give you useful and significant information as you shop for a mortgage:

1. Bankrate.com ? this site lists mortgage rates from all across the nation. Narrow down your search to Raleigh and local mortgage rates will turn up in your search results. The rate given should be a good point of reference for you as contact lenders.

2. Interest.com ? works much the same way as Bankrate; enter your Raleigh mortgage information and the rate will emerge.

Other useful sites of note include:

3. ChaseHomeMortgage.com

4. LendingTree.com

5. Amerisave.com

6. ING Direct.com

While the list isn?t comprehensive, it is a good beginning point. Additionally, you can check your local phone book for a record of Raleigh mortgage companies. Sometimes smaller, local companies are more willing to help out, particularly if your have other circumstances present, including if you are self employed, possess bad credit, have suffered a drop in income, or have experienced other important changes.

Your Raleigh residence is waiting for you ? get in touch with a Raleigh mortgage broker right now to learn about your mortgage choices.

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