Who is SecureRights?
SecureRights Advertiser Contact Information
SecureRights is affiliated with LeadPoint, Inc., a Delaware corporation with its headquarters in Los Angeles, California and maintains an online marketplace that helps match businesses that provide residential mortgages, debt financing and other financial products and services to consumers who have expressed an interest in seeking such products and services. SecureRights is an independent third party verification service that is dedicated to combating fraud and protecting consumer privacy.
When consumers seeking financial products and services submit their information through websites prominently displaying the SecureRights logo, we will collect and use personal information about you to respond to your request for such products and services. SecureRights also provides a mechanism for consumers to report fraud or violations of their privacy.
SecureRights Contact Information:
LeadPoint, Inc. DBA Secure Rights
2045 S. Barrington Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90025
FHA Loan Articles
Read About Mortgage News, FHA Updates, and Guidelines
FHA Amends Rehab Loan Policies
In August 2016, the FHA issued a press statement announcing amended policies for the FHA 203(k) Rehabilitation Mortgage Insurance Program. The policies were specifically changed regarding the 203(k) Consultant Draw Inspection Fee.
Calculating Your Monthly FHA Loan Mortgage Payment
How much will your monthly mortgage payment be? That’s an important question to ask early on when you’re planning your home loan. Is it really a simple calculation of how much the loan is, divided by how many months the mortgage loan payments are required?
Questions and Answers About FHA Mortgages
Buying a home is an important financial decision and there are many questions that FHA loan applicants have in the planning stages of the loan. Fortunately, there are simple answers to many common questions about buying a home with an FHA loan.
Participating Lender Standards for FHA Loans
There are many common questions about FHA home loans. One area that confuses some borrowers or potential borrowers has to do with the difference between FHA single family loan rules and minimum standards, and individual lender standards.
The Facts About FHA Requirements on Caps and Minimums
Some borrowers want to know if FHA home loans have an income limit. The implication is often that FHA loans are intended for a certain type of applicant and that some borrowers might be disqualified for an FHA mortgage because they earn too much money.