Does This Sound Like You? 4 Scenarios for Choosing an ARM Loan
Here's something that might surprise you --an adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) isn't a bad loan! True, some years ago, this type of home loan was linked to the bubble burst in the housing market, but it wasn't the loan. The problem was that banks recommended an ARM when they shouldn't have...
6 Items for Your New Home's To-Do List
Now that you’re settling in to your new home, there are some important things you need to consider. The American Bankers Association recommends the following tips.
1. Create a budget.
The key to a good budget is including as much information as you can, so that...
Good Numbers for Homeowners to Know
There are many numbers associated with homeownership. From mortgage payments to address to square feet and more, knowing all of them can certainly make your head spin.
Luckily, you don’t have to be a master memorizer to be a master homeowner—there are just a few numbers you...
Getting Ready to Buy Your First Home
Congratulations! Making the decision to buy your first home is exciting --although, we understand that sometimes it can be confusing.
That’s why we make applying for a home loan fast and stress-free. And with some preparation, it can be even faster!
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