posted on 6/12/2018
You know how much your home costs, but do you know about all the other required fees?
posted on 6/4/2018
Owning your own home is a gratifying and exciting journey. If you are considering purchasing a home, these are just some of the benefits you'll get to enjoy.
posted on 10/20/2015
Going to open houses can be the much more glamorous aspect of buying a house, but knowing some financing basics will help make the actual process of purchasing your first home seamless!
posted on 8/19/2015
Buying your first home can be a very rewarding experience, but it can also be very intimidating. So before you jump into the home buying process, it may help you to know some basics. Here are the first five steps you should take!
posted on 7/10/2015
When buying your first home it's important to identify what you want in a home and what you need in a home. This will help you narrow down the home buying search and allow you to focus on the qualities that are truly important to you and your family.
posted on 6/24/2015
Many assume that an FHA loan is only for people with less than perfect credit or low income, but the fact is anyone can apply for an FHA insured loan. Get all of true FHA loan requirements here!
posted on 6/10/2015
One government program that has long helped low and middle-income borrowers purchase homes is the Federal Housing Administration (FHA). Congress created this agency at the height of the Great Depression, and it officially became an agency under the US Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) in 1965. Since 1934, the FHA has insured over 34 million home loans and the program continues strong today.
Few loans are as powerful and versatile for veterans and their families as a military VA loan. Active military personnel, reservists and military veterans should not overlook taking advantage of this hard- earned benefit if they are considering a home purchase, refinancing a current VA loan or making certain kinds of home improvements.
posted on 6/1/2015
One of the most powerful benefits our active duty military and veterans earn is a VA home loan. These loans can be used to finance the purchase of a home or other home improvement projects like energy efficient appliances or updates.
posted on 2/27/2015
Not everyone can afford to own a home, and there's nothing wrong with that. Renting a place to live, whether it's an apartment, condo or small house, still provides you with a roof over your head.