Denny Ceizyk

Senior Writer

  • Expertise: Mortgage, personal finance, financial literacy, debt management and real estate investing
  • Education: University of Arizona

 


Denny Ceizyk has been a senior writer covering LendingTree’s mortgage content since 2019; he has covered the mortgage industry since 2007. Besides writing home loan articles for LendingTree, Denny contributes expert commentary for national publications including MarketWatch, the New York Post, AARP, Realtor.com and Money magazine.

Before joining LendingTree, Denny spent 25 years in the mortgage industry advocating for and educating homeowners to help them make the best mortgage decisions. He has worked in the institutional mortgage banking world, having owned and operated a mortgage brokerage company for 18 years.

Denny earned a bachelor’s degree in media arts from the University of Arizona and has advocated for financial literacy initiatives at both the state and local government level over the past 30 years.

Articles by Denny Ceizyk

How Seasonal Workers Can Use Unemployment Income to Qualify for a Mortgage

If you are a seasonal worker thinking of buying a home, you may be wondering: “Can I use unemployment income to qualify for a home?”... read more

How to Qualify for an FHA Loan After Bankruptcy

If your homebuying plans were put on hold due to a bankruptcy, take heart: You may qualify for an FHA loan after a bankruptcy that... read more

How Many FHA Loans Can You Have?

You can have more than one loan backed by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA). However, you’ll need to follow strict rules when living in each... read more

How Do Government Refinance Programs Work?

Government refinance programs are backed by government agencies and typically have easier qualifying requirements than conventional loans. In some cases, you may be able to... read more

Two-Thirds of Millennials and Gen Zers Who Moved Back Home During the Pandemic Still Live There

The pandemic turned back time for many empty nesters, as their homes were suddenly filled with the pitter-patter of their young adult children’s feet returning... read more

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