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Feb
28
2017
Recipe of the Quarter: Banana Chocolate Chip Energy Bites
Serves: 20 Ingredients - 1¼ cup rolled oats - ¼ cup ground flaxseed - 1 tablespoon chia seeds - 1/3 cup maple syrup - 1/4 cup almond butter - 1 ripe banana, mashed - 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract - 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon - 1/4 cup semi-sweet chocolate...
Feb
27
2017
Mountain West Financial’s Top Mortgage Originators Win 2016 National Award
Mountain West Financial is honored to announce that 4 of our Mortgage Originators have made Mortgage Executive Magazine’s list of Top 1% Mortgage Originators in America 2016. Mortgage Executive Magazine compiled a comprehensive list of the nation’s Top 1% of Mortgage...
Feb
26
2017
Ten Daily Steps For Less Stress
Stress is a common and unavoidable part of life. However, too much stress can impact your health, both mentally and physically. Learning to modify your daily behavior to balance stress with relaxation can lower the production of stress hormones, slow down the aging process, and lead to a...
Feb
23
2017
3 Quick Ways to Boost Credit Score & Be Ready to Buy in 2017
When you meet with a mortgage lender, one of the pieces of information that they will rely heavily on in determining whether or not to lend you money at all, and if so, how much to lend you, is your credit score. If you’re hoping to buy a home in 2017 but your credit score isn’t...
Feb
16
2017
Mountain West Financial Announces New Specialty Products Division
Mountain West Financial is proud to announce the new Specialty Products Division. This division will be led by Kellee Smith, Operations Manager and Tonya Todd, SVP of Strategic Products.  The focus is primarily on affordable housing while furthering our...
Feb
15
2017
Reasons To Refinance (What You Want To Know Wednesdays)
A mortgage will generally be the most debt that you carry and have to manage. It is a good idea to give it a yearly check up. You can also take a look and see if refinancing would benefit you. Some reasons to refinance are: Mortgage rates drop – Mortgage rates are always changing. Lower...
Feb
15
2017
Borrowing Against 401(k) to Purchase a Home: Financial “Do”, or “Don’t”?
   Many first time homebuyers are ready to take on the expense and responsibility of homeownership but lack the significant down payment that is generally required as part of a mortgage loan, or that is required in order to avoid the additional purchase of private...
Feb
09
2017
How to Calculate Your Debt-to-Income Ratio
  How Much Home Can You Afford?  When you apply for a mortgage, your prospective lender will check several factors, including calculating your debt-to-income ratio in order to determine the amount of mortgage to extend to you. You can get a jump start on the home buying...
Feb
08
2017
Credit Cards (What You Want To Know Wednesdays)
Excellent credit is a necessity in life. It is hard to find a mortgage, or an auto loan without established good credit. Credit cards can be both life saving, and burdensome. The key is knowing how and when to use your credit cards which can have several benefits. Most credit cards have perks....
Feb
07
2017
Mountain West Financial Executives Win National Award From Mortgage Professional America
Mountain West Financial is honored to announce that both Gary Martell, Jr., President and John F. Cady, SVP of Production have made Mortgage Professional America’s Hot 100 List. Mortgage Professional America honors 100 mortgage professionals who have made a difference in the...
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