3 Mortgage Programs That Offer No Money Down
The number one factor that prevents most non-homeowners back from applying for a home loan, is a myth. The myth is that you must have 20% or more to put down on your home.
That is simply not true....Read More
We live in a time of convenience, we want what we want, when we want it. The need for convenience and immediate satisfaction enetered the banking industry with the installation of the first ATM.
Convenience in the mortgage industry looks a little different, but people still want to get the best rate and move into the home of their dreams ASAP...Read More
In recent months, homeowners across the country have taken out second mortgages on their homes to buy into the feeding frenzy that is Bitcoin. Industry experts are against this. Investors say, it’s no different than using the equity in your home to pay off college tuition, but what is right for you?...Read More
As a single parent buying a home for the first time, it's important to set aside the emotions. Don't let staging and decorating distract you from noticing the important flaws before making an offer on a home. According to an article by curbed.com, there are several important things to watch out for when viewing a home for the first time in person. Avoid buying any house sight unseen, no matter how good the listing or professional photographs. According to a piece by realtor.com, single women make up 18 percent of all home sales compared to 7 percent of unmarried men....Read More
By understanding what's behind the current housing shortage, it's easier for aspiring millennial homebuyers to work around the obstacles. According to a recent piece by usatoday.com, would-be millennial homebuyers have to get creative about bidding on homes due to the competitive seller's market....Read More
When it comes time to buy a home, most people don't want to waste valuable money on a home inspection. Even those that understand that they will get a lot of valuable information from it, may still bulk at the price. Many only go through a home inspection if it is required by their mortgage lender....Read More