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When you decide to buy a home or refinance a mortgage, it's a big step. You can trust AAA Mortgage Solutions to find the loan program that's best for you. That's because we broker with Lenders from all over the country and have access to every available type of program. 

Buying a new home can be a source of anxiety, frustration, but also a huge sense of accomplishment. You didn't pick the house that was best for someone else, you picked the one that's right for you! Trust our mortgage professionals to find the loan that best fits your needs, too. "Less paperwork and more personal attention" means you enter a frustration-free zone from application to decision. Getting the right mortgage loan is like getting the keys to your new house! AAA Mortgage Solutions can help you get there.

Refinancing your current mortgage has been made easier by AAA Mortgage Solutions. If you thought refinancing meant getting buried under mountains of paperwork, think again! We make it easy and worry-free to reduce your interest rate and monthly payment. We can even help you pay down your balance more quickly with comparable monthly payments. Let our professionals guide you to the very best refinanced loan!

Tapping into your home equity is easier than ever before. You've been paying down your balance, and Georgia property values have gone up! Tap into that wealth and reward yourself. We'll help with the best program to fit your goals.

We are a Georgia business serving the needs of our clients in the Metro-Atlanta area and throughout Georgia. Our mortgage professionals give you the personal attention you deserve and treat you with the respect due a valued customer. We understand you're making a commitment in buying a new home, refinancing your mortgage, or cashing out your home equity. So we make a commitment to you. We will help you apply, qualify, and be approved for the right mortgage loan for you. Not anybody else!

Please navigate our website to learn more about AAA Mortgage Solutions, what we do for you, and how easy it is to get started.

 

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NMLS# 870421

 

Today's Rates

Mtg Loan Rate APR
30-yr Fixed 3.92% 4.05%
15-yr Fixed 3.08% 3.24%
1-yr Adj 2.41% 2.99%
* national averages

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Mortgage Rates Mildly Lower; Volatile Week Ahead
10/24/2014 4:19 PM
Posted To: Mortgage Rate WatchMortgage rates caught a break today and were able to ease just slightly lower heading into the weekend. This is somewhat refreshing because yesterday"s bigger move higher was the kind of thing that historically results in further upward pressure. The gains weren"t quite enough to g...Read More
 
MBS RECAP: Bond Markets Coast Out Uneventfully After Morning Volatility
10/24/2014 3:37 PM
Posted To: MBS CommentaryEarlier today, competing short term trends and considerations made for several salient swings between gains and losses. While MBS and Treasuries never dipped meaningfully into negative territory on the day, they quickly gave up some fairly strong gains on at least 2 separate occasi...Read More
 
MBS MID-DAY: Volatility Within a Range, but Little Change
10/24/2014 12:18 PM
Posted To: MBS CommentaryIf today's bond market movements were a ball game, it would be the kind you like to see, with numerous lead changes , no runaway victory, and the home team leading going into the half. Bonds started out in stronger territory overnight as the NYC Ebola case was confirmed and glo...Read More
 
Suddenly, The New Home Sales Trend is Flat Again
10/24/2014 11:33 AM
Posted To: MND NewsWireNew home sales increased only slightly in September, up 0.2 percent over August, bringing the annual rate of those sales to 467,000. Sales were up 17.0 percent from the September 2013 pace of 399,000 units. Perhaps bigger news in today"s joint release from the Census Bureau and the Department of Ho...Read More
 
Fannie Mae sees Growth Expanding, Downgrades Loan Origination Expectations
10/24/2014 9:59 AM
Posted To: MND NewsWireFannie Mae said on Thursday that real economic growth in the last two quarters of 2014 appear poised to exceed 3.0 percent , providing a solid basis for growth in 2015. However the housing recovery will remain "choppy." The October Economic and Housing Outlook published by Fannie Mae says reduced f...Read More
 
Even Bad News is Good in September Foreclosure Summary
10/24/2014 9:57 AM
Posted To: MND NewsWireSeptember appears to have been another month in which loan performance improved and the states continued to slog through the overhang of delinquent mortgages left over from, in some cases, the early days of the housing crash. Black Knight Financial Services released a "first look" at its data for t...Read More
 
Update on Chase Lawsuit; More Potential Buybacks; Upcoming Events and Trainings
10/24/2014 9:55 AM
Posted To: Pipeline PressAccording to Zillow Real Estate Research, home ownership rates among millennials have declined over the past four decades mainly due to changing family structures. Zillow honed in on marital status and employment rates to determine how many young adults are purchasin...Read More
 
MBS Day Ahead: New Home Sales and Second Chances
10/24/2014 6:22 AM
Posted To: MBS CommentaryWe approached Thursday's session with a mainstream viewpoint and alternative, more bullish possibilities to consider. The mainstream viewpoint (among analysts, strategists, traders, etc) generally held that rates would be moving higher after last week's big rally. From ther...Read More
 
Mortgage Rates Actually Moved Higher Today
10/23/2014 4:38 PM
Posted To: Mortgage Rate WatchMortgage rates did as expected and departed their recently more stable range today. Unfortunately, we got the less enjoyable of the two potential departures with rates moving higher at a moderate pace. At the same time, the world"s most widely-followed weekly check on rates from Fr...Read More
 
MBS RECAP: Bond Markets Weaker; Europe a Bigger Motivator Than Stocks
10/23/2014 4:33 PM
Posted To: MBS CommentaryToday was decidedly negative for bond markets. 10yr yields found no solace in "the gap" from 2.26 to 2.28 and instead moved right through to 2.30. There are other potentially supportive ceilings overhead, but we would have liked to have seen stronger support at the gap in...Read More