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August 5, 2021

2021 Housing Market: The 40 Year Mortgages are Coming…

FREE Book: “Break Free From Your Mortgage” – https://acceleratedbanking.com/book Housing Market | YES! The 40 Year Mortgage is HERE! With mortgage forbearance ending in September, many homeowners need to find an exit to the forbearance. One option that mortgage brokers and banks are looking at is the 40 year mortgage. On the surface, it sounds good, lower monthly payment, an extra 10 years to pay off the mortgage. Well let us tell you, with us being experts in the field of accelerated mortgage payoff, a 40 year mortgage is a TERRIBLE idea. In this video, we break down WHY it’s a TERRIBLE idea and stick around to the end of the video where we show you the first step into paying off your mortgage
September 16, 2020

Housing Market Update: 2008 Housing Market Crash ALL OVER AGAIN? (mortgage rates)

Housing Market Update: 2008 Housing Market Crash ALL OVER AGAIN? (mortgage rates) Welcome back to your housing market update its September 15, 2020, and here is the new housing market update! In this housing market update, we’re going to get into numbers on evictions, rent collections for the month of August, mortgage rates, and why I personally believe the 2008 housing market crash is happening all over again. Also, I will be speaking to those in the realm of real estate investing and those who are looking to buy a home for real estate consumers. Institutional landlords have filed for around 900 evictions in 8 major metropolitan areas in the past few weeks. And unfortunately, we are starting to see evictions going up and up. Now in the next part of the housing market update, there was a survey taken in regards to rent collection, 11 million units were part of the survey, 76.4%, a high majority made rent payments in this housing market update. In this housing market update, mortgage rates continue to set records by again, getting lower last week thanks to the federal reserve. The continual lowering of the mortgage rates by the fed have indicators of the 2008 housing market crash, all over again. Now keep in mind that subprime mortgages were being handed out like hotcakes back in the 2008 housing market crash. And the signs made Freddie Mac back out of the mortgage backed securities. There are 2 things that made the housing market crash back in 08′, careless lending of banks and the uneducated borrowers. The Federal Reserve NOW has invested a lot of money in mortgage backed securities and owns around 22,913 in mortgage backed securities. The Federal Reserve now owns 1/3 of all mortgage backed securities and that could very well be why the Banks don’t care anymore (like in 2008 housing market crash). Now more people think it’s a great time to buy real estate. And there is a huge number of American’s that believe (majority) it’s good to buy a house right now. And I get it, mortgage rates are low, the housing market is red hot! Learn how to acquire rental properties like The Kwak Brothers: https://dealclosersecrets.com/webinar The Kwak Brothers Real Estate Coaching Program: https://52.54.205.26.104.nip.io/coaching/ 0-75 Units In One Year: https://0to75units.com/book-order1587970091604 The Citadel Link: https://charity.gofundme.com/o/en/campaign/citadel-global-ventures-start-up-fund?fbclid=IwAR0U53wh5m8H4VzUhcInL5ZT5AKNFO9S1bGoo8RqWVglGx9rBodqOBcs2CE
July 10, 2020

Mortgage Rates Are PLUMMETING! Should You Refinance Your Mortgage? (WARNING)

Mortgage Rates Are PLUMMETING! Should You Refinance Your Mortgage? It’s one of the biggest headlines right now when it comes to the housing market. Mortgage interest rates are continuing to drop to a historically low rate. This opens up the idea of refinancing your mortgage to get a lower interest rate. How to Pay Off Your Mortgage In 5-7 Years https://youtu.be/3f-ebCjeH8o Sounds good right? Sure! BUT in this video, I am going to EXPOSE all the hidden costs of refinancing your mortgage and how mortgages work to keep paying the bank interest instead of paying off the principal. A low number on your mortgage rates look good on the outside, but when you dive deep into the ACTUAL cost of that mortgage rates, it WILL shock you with how much you actually pay! Lower mortgage rates DO NOT automatically mean you’ll be saving money. With mortgage rates continually dropping to a historical record low, many homeowners are looking to refinance their mortgage. I am advising AGAINST refinancing at the time regardless of the record low mortgage rates. Here is why: Your mortgage is on an amortization schedule, meaning that on a 30-year mortgage, the majority of your monthly payments for the first 7-10 years, will be going towards the interest owed on your mortgage. So, if your mortgage payment is $1000, $800 of that payment goes towards interest, while the remaining $200 goes towards the principal on your mortgage. Within 7-10 years of paying this mortgage, eventually, most of your monthly payment will go towards the principal and then less will go towards interest. Here’s the catch though with refinancing for lower mortgage rates.. When you refinance to lower mortgage rates the amortization schedule RESTARTS to DAY ONE! This means the majority of your monthly payment will go BACK towards INTEREST and less will go towards the principal balance! Not to mention all the extra fees; closing costs, administrative fees, appraisal fees, underwriting fees, title fees…….all for refinancing to lower mortgage rates…… This is almost criminal……..so it’s almost like the mortgage rates DON’T MATTER when it comes to actually pay off your mortgage! BUT never fear, here at The Kwak Brothers, we specialize in paying off your mortgage QUICKLY! Here is a link to a video we created SHOWING you how to ACTUALLY pay off your mortgage within 5-7 years, WITHOUT refinancing to lower mortgage rates!
June 23, 2020

If Banks Were Actually Honest…

What if Banks and Bankers were ACTUALLY Honest about all the hidden fees and their “secret” schemes to make money off of you… You’re getting a mortgage and you’re thinking ‘What can ever go wrong?’. Well, in this comedy sketch, we want to show you what it might look like if bankers were actually honest about all the mortgage closing costs, fees, how the banks make their money, how they want you to refinance every 5-7 years, and what they really think about mortgage rates and refinance rates. Enjoy! 📉 Learn How to Pay Off Your Mortgage in 5-7 Years (On Average): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3f-ebCjeH8o Honest Banker – Played by Sam Kwak Mr. Enslavedski – Played by Sam Kwak In this comedy sketch, we wanted to highlight and exaggerate some situations that every borrower and banker go through when it comes to shopping for a mortgage or for a refinance loan. Typically, banks want you to play the game of “shopping for rates”. The banks REALLY love 30-year mortgages because in the first 5-7 years, you’re really not paying much principal but you are paying a ton of interest. This is often known as the “front-loaded interest” zone. The banks know that majority of the borrowers will come back to refinance or get a new mortgage in 5-7 years. But hardly any borrowers make real progress in building equity in only 5-7 years with a 30-year mortgage. Typically on a 30-year mortgage, banks can make up to twice as much as the original mortgage balance. This is why it’s so profitable for banks to lend on a 30-year amortization. Plus, the Mortgage-Backed Security industry loves these 30-year mortgages because they’re often backed by the Federal Government and thus, are highly regulated. While this is just a comedy sketch, we wanted to highlight some of the REAL situations and what the banks are REALLY thinking when lending these mortgages to you, the consumer. Don’t fall for these traps by playing their game! Learn the rules and how banking works! 📉 Learn How to Pay Off Your Mortgage in 5-7 Years (On Average): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3f-ebCjeH8o