The 6 Steps for getting A Home Loan

Having a home to your name is the best thing you can have but getting from the homeownership dream to actually owning a home is a tough journey. With financial trouble right in the middle of home ownership and the fact that home ownership isn’t cheap or getting cheaper,

5 Tips to Obtain a Home Construction Loan

A home construction loan might be for you if the current residential market isn’t meeting your needs. Building your own home beginning with the site selection up

The top 10 easiest cities to secure a mortgage in the U.S.

It’s not easy securing approval for a mortgage these days, especially if you’re one of the millions of Americans that lacks a decent credit score

4 Ways Your Credit Score Impacts Your Home Buying Experience

Let’s take a look at why your credit score can make a difference in how you work through the process of trying to buy a home.

First-Time Home Buyers: What You Need to Know about Your Home Loan

Sweet anticipation that gets more intense as each second goes by and first-time homeownership grows near is natural but must be mixed with healthy fear.

Many renters wrongly believe they can’t buy a home

A new survey by has found that almost half of renters haven’t looked into buying a home because they believe they won’t qualify for a mortgage, but that isn’t always true, the company says.

How to Qualify for the Best Home Loan Possible

Buying a home is one of the most exciting things you will ever do. It is also likely the most expensive thing you will ever do. Odds are you will not be able to buy your home upfront and will need a home loan.

New 15-Year ‘Wealth-Building’ Mortgage for Low-Income Buyers?

Two mortgage executives are hoping to overhaul the 15-year mortgage, making it more readily available to low and moderate-income people. They say the changes will help borrowers build equity at a much faster pace than they would with a standard loan.

Understanding The Real Costs Of Government-Insured Home Mortgages

There’s no shortage of options when it comes to financing your next personal home purchase. The list of potential options includes FHA, VA, USDA, and a myriad of other “low-down-payment” loans available. This category of loans is known as “government insured,” meaning that the lender can file an insurance claim through the appropriate government agency, (FHA, VA, etc), if the borrower defaults on the mortgage.

4 Ideas For Saving Thousands Of Dollars On Your Mortgage Payment

If you are a typical home buyer, paying less than 20% down, there is about a 90% chance that you’ll use an FHA, VA or USDA loan to finance the purchase of your first home. If you do choose one of these “government insured” loans, you’ll be subject to high fees and interest costs that will amount to more than the entire price of your home.

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