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"2-28" ARM Can Be a Good Choice for Borrowers, Says MortgageCreditProblems.com

By mortgagecreditproblems.com

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MortgageCreditProblems.com, a primary source of mortgage lending information and bad credit mortgage loans for people with poor credit, offers guidance for borrowers taking on "2-28" adjustable rate mortgages. A recent article explains the benefits of these ARMs, how to shop for them, and how to use them effectively to improve credit and finances.

(PRWeb) June 29, 2007 -- According to MortgageCreditProblems.com, a primary source of mortgage lending information and bad credit mortgage loans for people with poor credit, "2-28" adjustable rate mortgages (ARMs) are helpful loan products for people with bad credit if chosen and used correctly.  A new article, "Clean Up Your Bad Credit and Get a Better Rate with a 2/28 ARM" by Gina Pogol explains the benefits of 2-28 ARMs.

The article emphasizes that while borrowers with good credit might want 30-year fixed rate loans for stability, borrowers with bad credit shouldn't plan to keep their mortgages that long. Sub-prime mortgage loans feature higher rates than conventional mortgages; borrowers normally refinance out of subprime loans and into conventional mortgages as soon as their credit allows them to do so. The article offers tips for shopping for the best "2-28" loan and for using the first two years to bring up credit scores and plan for refinancing. For more information, visit http://www.MortgageCreditProblems.com.

Recently, an article in The Washington Post spotlighted impending troubles in the subprime mortgage market. During the next two years interest rates on about 2 million subprime mortgages are expected to re-price or adjust, causing federal regulators to express concern about "2-28" ARMs. The loans start out with interest rates fixed for two years; however, they later convert to adjustable rate mortgages and payments can rise prohibitively. Unprepared borrowers may have difficulty with significantly higher payments and may experience financial problems or even mortgage foreclosures.

MortgageCreditProblems.com is a primary source of mortgage lending information for people with poor credit history or a low credit score. MortgageCreditProblems.com connects borrowers with bad credit to lenders that are willing to give them credit despite their credit history and also offers articles on improving credit scores, refinancing with bad credit, and debt consolidation.

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