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Should You Buy a House with a Poor Credit Score?

By Jamie Richardson | April 22, 2021
Sometimes, the universe just doesn’t line up with your goals and you end up with a poor credit history. However, what if you still want to buy a home? Is this still a possibility for you? Or, you can simply give up this dream and work on building up your financial situation?  Well, to learn […]
Home Buying, US Real Estate

Tips To Help You Find the Best Home Loan

By Brian Kline | July 31, 2019
Finding the best home mortgage meeting your needs probably isn’t the same as it is for your brother in-law, your water cooler buddy, or even the loan originator that your real estate agent recommends. The one your agent recommends is probably worth at least talking to but before you commit to a loan be sure […]

FHA bids to clarify mortgage origination rules

By Mike Wheatley | May 14, 2019
The Federal Housing Adminstration is trying to boost the mortgage industry by clarifying lending certification requirements in order to create more choices for borrowers, especially first-time buyers and those from ethnic minorities. The announcement comes at a time when the number of banks that participate in the FHA’s single-family mortgage insurance program is declining. HousingWire […]
Mortgage, US Real Estate

FHA announces tougher underwriting standards for high-risk loans

By Mike Wheatley | March 27, 2019
New lending rules announced by the Federal Housing Administration this week could put as many as 50,000 mortgages a year in jeopardy, reports say. The FHA is the government body that insures mortgages for first-time buyers and also “high risk” borrowers with low credit scores and higher payments relative to their incomes. This week however, […]
Mortgage, US Real Estate

Here's where you can get help with your down payment

By Mike Wheatley | December 6, 2018
Surveys of first time buyers routinely show that saving for a down payment is one of the biggest hurdles on the way to homeownership. But those buyers may well misunderstand how much cash they actually need to save. “Paying 20 percent down is, quite frankly, a myth,” Karen Hoskins, vice president at NeighborWorks, told HouseLogic. […]
Home Buying

Survey: Most buyers seek financing before they start looking for a home

By Mike Wheatley | September 18, 2018
The majority of first time buyers will check to see if they can obtain financing as the first step they make, even before looking at potential listings, according to a new survey of 1,000 buyers by loanDepot and mellohome.
US Real Estate

What Realtors Should Know About the USDA’s New Construction Loan Program

By Guest Author | September 1, 2018
Last year, 612,000 newly constructed homes were sold in the U.S., while existing homes were sold at nearly nine times that amount (5.51 million)
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