We offer one of the largest collections of mortgage videos available online. All of our videos are free to watch and offer engaging, illustrated tutorials of important mortgage topics. We developed these videos to make it easier to understand challenging mortgage concepts. Our videos enable you to set your own pace as you expand your understanding of the mortgage process. Watch our mortgage videos to become a more educated borrower and make better decisions when you get a mortgage. To get started, simply click on a video below.
Detailed video explanation of what size home loan you can afford
Video tutorial of what price home you can buy
Detailed video that helps you select the home loan program that best meets your needs
Video tutorial that explains what length of mortgage you should choose
Detailed video that explains how much money you need to put down to buy a home
Video tutorial that explains what private mortgage insurance is and when borrowers need to pay it
Detailed video explanation of the all-in monthly cost of owning a home
Video tutorial that compares buying versus renting a home
Detailed video explanation of the interest expense tax benefit for borrowers
Video tutorial that explains how discount points for a mortgage work
Detailed video explanation of different mortgage lenders
Comprehensive video tutorial of a fixed rate mortgage
Detailed video explanation of an ARM
Video tutorial that explains what an interest only mortgage is
Comprehensive video explanation of mortgage acceleration
Video tutorial that explains how mortgage amortization works and how you pay down your loan over time
Line-by-line video review of the Lender Fees Worksheet, a detailed breakdown of mortgage costs and expenses you can request from the lender
Line-by-line video review of the First Payment Letter, a letter provided by the lender when you close your mortgage that notes your mortgage payment, when the payment is due and where to send the payment
Line-by-line video review of the VA Loan Analysis Form, a document that determines a borrower’s ability to qualify for a VA mortgage
Line-by-line video review of the Good Faith Estimate, a document provided by the lender that outlines estimated mortgage costs. The Good Faith Estimate is no longer used by lenders.
Line-by-line video review of the Truth-in-Lending Statement, a form provided by the lender that presents detailed information about mortgage costs and features, including the APR and finance charge. The Truth-in-Lending Statement is no longer used by mortgage lenders.
Line-by-line video review of the HUD-1, a standardized form that lists the final, actual terms and costs of a mortgage. The HUD-1 is no longer used in the mortgage process.