Three Reasons Why PMI Could Be Your Friend

Three Reasons Why PMI Could Be Your Friend

Many mortgage loan programs today allow homebuyers to use less than a 20% down payment when buying a house.  When you do this, you are often required to pay Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI).  This increases your mortgage payment slightly.  Here are three reasons why...
Axia’s Elevate Blog Series – Introduction

Axia’s Elevate Blog Series – Introduction

Axia Home Loans would like to introduce you to our in-house loan originator coaching and training program called Elevate.  Elevate is designed to assist our loan originators in their journey toward reaching their grandest goals of loan production. Elevate serves...
Two Ways to Benefit From Rising House Prices

Two Ways to Benefit From Rising House Prices

House prices have gone up in many markets across the country. The chart below illustrates what this could mean for you based on your home value and the rate of appreciation in your neighborhood. Here are two ways you may be able to benefit if your home has gone up in...
ESOP Attracts Top Management

ESOP Attracts Top Management

BELLEVUE, WA – February 10, 2017, Axia Home Loans, a top residential mortgage firm, welcomes Erin Leck, Area Manager, to the family. As Axia’s newest management addition, Erin will be putting his initial focus in helping the company grow and establish a brand in the...
Three Housing Trends to Watch in 2017

Three Housing Trends to Watch in 2017

1 – Housing Supply Housing supply measures how many months it would take to sell all the houses currently listed for sale, at the current pace of home sales. For example, if there are 600 homes currently listed for sale, and an average of 100 homes are selling...
Axia Arrives in Austin

Axia Arrives in Austin

BELLEVUE, WA – January 9, 2017, Axia Home Loans, a top residential mortgage firm, has begun their expansion to the Southeast with the new Austin Branch. Lance Lemoine, SVP and Division Manager, welcomes the highly successful team of Joe Thweatt, Matt Posey, and...