3 Credit Card Mistakes You Need to Stop Making ASAP
It’s the season of shopping and many consumers turn to credit cards during this time.
Truth: Credit cards can be effective credit-building tools. When used properly, your credit card accounts can help to populate your credit reports with positive account information, which is...
Winter is Coming… Are You Prepared?
Winter weather can range widely in the United States. From the deep snow of the Mid-West to the ice storms of New England and the persistent tule fog of central California, every region has its unique way of telling you: "Winter is coming." But bottom line, with a bit of preparation, you can...
What to Expect the Day Your Home Loan Closes
“What happens on closing day and afterwards?” That’s a question we get asked often.
On closing day, you’ll sign documents to finalize the transaction and release the funds from your home loan. You’ll also receive digital or paper copies...
Unpacking and Understanding the Mortgage Payment
As a first-time homebuyer, you likely have questions about your mortgage payments and how it's calculated. How much can you expect to pay? How are taxes paid? What's the purpose of mortgage insurance? This post unpacks your mortgage payment so you know what you're paying for each month...
Little Known Factors That Affect How Much Property You Can Afford
Getting pre-qualified for a home loan is an essential first step to knowing how much home you can buy. But did you know that the property itself also affects on how much you can afford? Here are some of the factors that determine how much you can afford to buy with your home loan.
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