Boca Raton, Florida (PRWEB) December 07, 2011
For homeowners and first time home buyers who have mortgage and mortgage rate questions that need to be answered immediately by a trustworthy, unbiased, and interactive mortgage services source, help has arrived in http://iMortgageQuestions.com.
“The purpose of iMortgageQuestions.com,” says Yale Roth, the creator of the mortgage services site, “is to provide true, no-nonsense mortgage advice to people who have mortgage questions – whether they’re first time home buyers or people who are now taking advantage of the low mortgage rates and are refinancing their existing mortgage.”
The mortgage services site is very interactive. It allows homeowners and first time home buyers to ask mortgage questions and get a clear, immediate and direct answer from Yale Roth, a mortgage industry expert who has been in the mortgage industry for over 12 years.
According to Yale Roth, “There are a lot of people who I talk to who are getting bad mortgage advice and or who are flatly getting ripped off by their mortgage company. It’s amazing what some mortgage brokers and loan officers think they can get away with.”
“iMortgageQuestions.com,” adds Yale Roth, “will help you cut through the mortgage clutter, show you how to navigate the mortgage process so you're not stressed out, and give you the truth about the mortgage process and mortgage rates.”
In addition to getting mortgage questions answered by an experienced mortgage professional, http://www.iMortgageQuestions.com offers up-to-date mortgage articles, mortgage calculators and videos in which Yale Roth answers mortgage questions ranging from “How Best To Shop For A Mortgage” to “Does It Make Sense To Refinance?”
Moreover, this mortgage services site provides whole sections that answer questions on FHA mortgages, Biweekly mortgages, refinancing, and mortgage affordability – all critical mortgage information.
According to Yale Roth, “The mortgage questions and answers provided are honest and can help you save thousands of dollars by making the right mortgage decisions.”