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Money Meets Medicine Podcast

MMM #18: Physician Mortgages

Have you ever thought about buying a house? Buying a house is a huge decision. Tag along as Ryan and I discuss everything you need to know about physician home loans and other mortgage jargon in the newest MMM episode!

What You’ll Learn:

In today’s episode of Money Meets Medicine, “Physician Mortgages,” you’re going to learn:

  • My personal home buying story
  • All about the different mortgage jargon out there
  • The pros and cons of the physician mortgages
  • Why you need to spend money to sell a home
  • And more!

Quotes to Remember:

“If your a physician, or married to one, you should not be paying PMI (private mortgage insurance) ever.”

“The biggest issues with physician mortgages is that physicians end up buying too much house!”

“There are a lot of other things that go into house costs than just mortgage verses renting”

“A bigger house is not going to make you happier!”

Resources from the Episode:

Physician Mortgage Loans: What You Need to Know

This Episode’s Sponsor

This episode is brought to you by Doug Crouse at doctorloanexpert.com  

Doug personally helped Ryan and Taylor get their loan and they were blown away by how amazing he was to work with. He had the best rates and the service puts him at the top of class.

He would be happy to answer any questions you have about your home loan.

Reach out to Doug at doctorloanexpert.com Or by phone, at 1-816-728-3631.

Listener Question of the Week:

Today’s listener question comes from Jared Henrichs:

He asks, “Should I refinance my loans to a longer term to throw more money in a taxable account given where the market is currently sitting?”

Each episode, we are going to start including listener questions as they are provided to us.  So, if you have a specific question you’d like answered on the podcast reach out to us!  Email [email protected] or [email protected]

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1 Comment

  1. Stephen

    Outstanding podcast. Chock full of great info. And really appreciate the overview of all the costs involved in buying, owning, and selling a house-other than the house!

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