Buying a home is a dream for many, but for those with bad credit, the process can seem daunting. The good news is, it’s still possible to buy a home with bad credit, but it may require some extra effort and planning. In this article, we’ll break down the steps you need to take to… Read more »
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Is 2023 a Good Time to Buy a Home or will we see a Crash?
You may be wondering, is 2023 a Good Time to Buy a Home? If you have been paying attention to the housing market for the past few years, you will know that it’s been a wild ride. Many families hoped to buy a home during 2020 and 2021 to take advantage of the extremely low… Read more »
5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Buying a Home
How Long Do I Plan to Live in the House? Before you decide to buy a home you should review your goals and timelines. It is important to know how long you plan to live in your home. Each timeline will have different goals for financing so plan this up front to save the most… Read more »
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How to Get Your Offer Accepted
If you have been searching for a house in the last couple of years, you will be familiar with what the real estate industry calls a “lack of inventory”. This means that there are more people looking to buy houses than there are people interested in selling homes and there is more competition on each home. … Read more »
VA Loans for Reservists and National Guard
As a Reservist or member of the National Guard, did you know that you could be eligible for a no down payment VA Loan? If you’re thinking about refinancing or buying a house, maybe you didn’t even realize the VA Loan could be an option for you. Although your role is different than that of a… Read more »
How High Will Interest Rates Go This Year?
Mortgage interest rates have been slowly increasing since they plummeted following the 2008 financial crisis. Twice this year already, the Federal Reserve has raised interest rates, which, in turn, raises the rate at which banks loan out money for mortgages. But are they done raising rates this year, or could more hikes be on the… Read more »
15 vs. 30-Year Loan: Which is right for me?
What’s the deal with 15 and 30-year mortgage loan rates? If you’ve ever shopped around for a new mortgage, you’ve seen lenders advertising rates for both. There are pros and cons to both, depending on what you want to do with the mortgage. But there’s also the unknown fact that “15 to 30” aren’t the… Read more »