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How to Qualify for a Mortgage When You’re Single

January 14, 2018 single homeowner

People get married for countless reasons. Love generally plays a crucial role, but so do dreams of family, companionship, and a sense of security. Qualifying for a mortgage isn’t a common incentive to tie the knot, but it’s often an added benefit. With two incomes and double the credit history, married couples can sometimes qualify […]

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Sourced & Seasoned: Why Your Tax Refund Is Perfect For A Down Payment

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Saving for a down payment and closing costs is one of the biggest struggles many homebuyers experience. To compound the stress, most loan programs require money used for a down payment to be “sourced and seasoned”. What does that mean? Sourced funds means you must show where the money came, like a bank account or […]

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6 Tips for Paying Off Your Mortgage

May 19, 2017 6 Tips for Paying Off Your Mortgage

Mortgages are loans measured in years and decades, and the prospect of paying one off can often seem a bit distant. However, it’s possible to shave years (and therefore dollars) off the total amount of your mortgage. Here are six things you can do to speed up and pay down the biggest purchase of your […]

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How to Prepare for Mortgage Rates in 2017

January 18, 2017

After the Great Recession, the Federal Reserve set its benchmark interest rate close to zero to boost the economy. Since then, financial recovery and job growth have led officials to approve an interest rate increase. Interest rates control many factors, and a change in rate can create a domino effect to your home loan eligibility. […]

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Happy National Insurance Day!

June 28, 2016

June 28 is National Insurance Day, which we think is a perfect chance to think about homeowner’s insurance! We’ll review the important reasons why you should get homeowner’s insurance, as well as some things to keep an eye out for when you’re shopping for a policy. We also have a similar guide for private mortgage […]

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How to Prepare for Increased Mortgage Rates in 2016

January 06, 2016 What does the federal rate increase mean to you and how can you prepare?

Last month, the Federal Reserve decided to raise interest rates for the first time in nearly a decade. No need to panic. Learn what this means for your mortgage and what you can do to get ahead of the increase. Share this infographic with your house hunting friends and family to help them understand the rate […]

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How Technology Is Making Applying for a Mortgage Easier

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Money moves at the speed of technology nowadays. You file taxes online, bank online, and pay bills online. Why not apply for a mortgage online? Admittedly, applying for a mortgage isn’t always the most enjoyable of activities. It can be time-consuming, paperwork-intensive, and can involve a lot of phone calls and facetime. Even though modern […]

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