Buying a Starter Home vs a Forever Home: Which Should You Choose?
When you're a first-time homebuyer, the first thing on your mind is probably, "how much home can I afford?" and rightfully so! Knowing how much you qualify for is the first step to buying a home.
But here's another crucial detail to consider: should you buy a starter home or a...
6 Surprising Ways Mortgage Professionals Can Help You
When you think of the kind of help a mortgage professional offers most likely you think home loan services. But did you know that we can do more?
It’s true! Our office does more than match you with the right loan at a competitive rate. We help you navigate every aspect of homeownership...
Here's What to Know If You Are Buying a Home This Summer
If you’ve been staying away from the home-buying pool this summer because you’ve heard it’s the “busiest season to buy,” here’s something that may make you consider dipping your toe into those waters:
Prices actually drop during the hottest...
6 Tips for Saving for Your Down Payment
Before you can make the transition from renting your home to owning your home, you will probably need to have a substantial down payment, typically 5 to 20 percent of the home’s value. The American Bankers Association suggests the following tips to help save for it:
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...
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