YOUR FIRST HOME LOAN: 7 TIPS FOR SUCCESS
SHOULD I APPLY FOR A MORTGAGE WITH BAD CREDIT?
PRE-QUALIFIED VS. PRE-APPROVED: WHAT’S THE KEY?
MORTGAGES FOR MILLENNIALS- YOUNG BUYERS FINALLY SAYING YOLO!
MORTGAGE TYPES: WHICH IS BEST FOR YOU?
What Are the Biggest Obstacles to Home Ownership?
A recent survey asked renters a multitude of questions in order to get a better handle on what motivates renters to become home owners and two matters stood out- saving enough for a down payment and credit questions. Renters have the opportunity to check on their own credit profile for free at a site supported by the three main credit repositor .....POSTED ON August 16, 2017
3 Things You Need to Know About Mortgage Preapprovals
You’ve read here before about the important distinction between a preapproval and a prequalification and why the distinction is important. First, when you make an offer on a home the sellers want to see how serious you are about the process and whether or not you’ve even talked to a mortgage company. Second, with a preapproval you can shop for .....POSTED ON August 15, 2017
The Value of Mortgage Refinancing
For those who currently have a mortgage and are perhaps curious about refinancing, is there a bona fide way to determine if refinancing is a good idea or not? Simply making a few queries about refinancing and soon online ads appear wanting to know if you’d like to refinance and why you should. But is there an independent method to find out if a .....POSTED ON August 14, 2017
The Benefits of an FHA Cash Out Refinance
Do you have an FHA loan? Are you thinking of refinancing to get a better rate, change the term of the loan or switch from a variable rate loan to the stability of a fixed? Then you may also want to tap into the equity you have while you’re in the process of refinancing your existing FHA loan. There are two types of FHA refinancing. The most com .....POSTED ON August 11, 2017
Start Building Your Wealth Through Home Ownership Today
You may have heard that real estate has created more wealth for more people than any other asset class but you may not be clear on how and why. There are those that invest in real estate and hold onto the property for both positive cash flow and property appreciation. Such investors may own multiple single family homes for those reasons and for .....POSTED ON August 10, 2017