7 Completely Busted Myths About Mortgages
There’s a lot of misinformation out there when it comes to getting a mortgage. Some of this information, although rooted in some form of fact, has grown and morphed into myths of epic proportions. These can cause some potential homebuyers to hesitate because they’re worried...
Home Buying Mistakes to Avoid
So you're thinking about buying a home? That's great. You may have even received lots of helpful advice from friends and family members about what you should do. That's great, too. But while getting guidance on what you can do to make the process easier is important, it's equally important to...
What to Expect When You're Buying a Home While Selling Your First Home
Do you remember what it was like buying your first home? If it's been several years, you may find that it is easier today with the assistance of digital mortgage technology, which may help to eliminate the need to wet sign many documents.
But that's not the only thing that may be different...
When Applying for Your First Mortgage, Loan Information is Key
By gathering as much knowledge as you can about mortgages before you apply, you can confidently navigate this process
The process of buying your first home is more manageable if you take steps to prepare for the purchase (discussed in last month’s article Thinking...
Proactive Steps for First-Time Homebuyers
A house could be the biggest purchase you will ever make, and the process of shopping for a home and obtaining a mortgage can be overwhelming. However, there are steps you can take to make the process more manageable and the purchase more attainable.
1. Know Your Credit History and Score
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