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One of the biggest hurdles aspiring home buyers face is saving enough for a down payment, but you may be closer than you think. In a study conducted by NerdWallet, 44% of respondents said a lack of a down payment was the roadblock keeping them from buying a home. Let’s set the record straight and … Continue reading 3 Down Payments Myths Debunked!


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So much goes into buying a house, and it’s easy to put all the focus on finding the perfect home. But what about finding the right house in the right neighborhood? If you’re house-hunting, here are some family-friendly features you’ll want to look for! Crime Keeping yourself and your family safe is always going to … Continue reading 5 Things to Look for in a Neighborhood


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Life is full of choices, and sometimes, it’s not easy to decide. Choosing between a 15-year and 30-year fixed-rate mortgage, however, doesn’t have to be. Monthly Payments When choosing between a 15-year and 30-year mortgage, the decision depends largely on how much you’re willing to put toward your monthly payment. A 15-year loan has a … Continue reading 15-year vs. 30-year Mortgage: Which Loan is Best for You?


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When you enter the homebuying market and make your offer on the house that fits you, crossing your fingers and wishing for a smooth mortgage process is something all buyers do. But did you know that you can control a lot of elements that ensure a smooth close on a house? Check out these 5 … Continue reading 5 Tips to Follow Before Buying a House


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If you are a first-time homebuyer, you might think that the price tag on the home is the only cost involved for a mortgage. However, there are other expenses that might catch you off guard. If you’re shopping for your first house, prepare for these additional, and often unexpected, homebuying costs. Home Inspections After your … Continue reading 3 Hidden Homebuying Costs


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College commencement speeches have been delivered and diplomas handed out. It’s time for the real world which, for many graduating students, means tackling their student loan debt. Having student loans won’t keep someone from buying a house, although they need to be comfortable with the idea of taking on a good amount of debt while … Continue reading How to Buy A Home While Balancing Student Loans


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For many, owning a home is part of the American dream, but it’s easy to feel anxious about making the leap to buy one. There’s a lot of confusion from how much of a down payment you need saved to what types of mortgages are best. Maybe this causes you to think it’s not financially … Continue reading 5 Homebuying Myths—Busted!


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If you’re in a committed relationship but marriage is on the back burner, your dream of buying a home doesn’t have to be. In fact, eight percent of all first-time home buyers in 2017 were unmarried couples, according to an annual report with the National Association of Realtors. While this trend is on the rise, … Continue reading 2 Must-Know Mortgage Tips for Unmarried Couples


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The beginning of spring each year typically marks the beginning of homebuying fever for many families. For many, the winter doldrums are over, and the warmer temperatures invite buyers to test the market for the right house. If you are thinking of buying this year, these five reasons might make spring the right time for … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Buy a Home This Spring!


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Today we tend to do everything online—from dating and being social to ordering groceries and banking.  But, when it comes to getting a home loan, does it make sense to go with one of those online mortgage companies? If you’re thinking about going online to track down a home loan, here’s a quick rundown of … Continue reading The Pros and Cons of Online Mortgages


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