David Whitley Jr. Quoted in WSJ Article

Posted on October 28, 2014 by NLH_admin

David Whitely Jr. from Whitley Mortgage was recently quoted in a Wall Street Journal article.

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Options for “low downpayment loans” are plentiful

Posted on April 25, 2012 by David

By now, everyone that pays attention to the economy and the housing industry in particular has heard about how difficult it is obtain a home loan.  It is a new lending environment where underwriting is more stringent and banks and their underwriters are more prone to over scrutinizing applicants than ever before.  However, there are […]

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Charlotte metro area gains attention for growth

Posted on April 10, 2012 by NLH_admin

This is exciting news for the Charlotte metro area.  Please see the two articles referencing the Charlotte area’s growth. Charlotte Ranked #1 and Raleigh Ranked #2 among Fastest Growing Cities in the US.

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Mortgage Rages improve to start week of 4/9/2012

Posted on April 9, 2012 by David

Mortgage rates fell slightly to start off the week of April 9, 2012.  Even though the unemployment rate fell to 8.1% for the month of March 2012, the number of non farm jobs added  was well below expecations.   With most major US Markets closed for Good Friday, Monday was the first day for the less than […]

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No cost mortgage available at Whitley Mortgage

Posted on March 29, 2012 by David

Did you know that you can obtain a no cost loan thru Whitley Mortgage?  Whether you are looking to refinance an exisiting mortgage or purchase a new home, we can provide you with zero cost financing.  Here is how it works…Let’s say the best available rate for a 30 yr fixed is 3.875%.  The normal […]

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HARP 2.0 Refinance program rolls out for NC residents

Posted on March 28, 2012 by David

One of the latest attempts to kickstart the lagging housing market and refinance market has been implemented by the Obama administration.  HARP (home affordable refinance program) allows greater underwriting flexibility for borrowers to potentially take advantage of historically low mortgage rates.  Eligibility guidelines have been expanded to allow for even those homeowners with negative equity, […]

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