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How to Deduct Mortgage Interest on Your Tax Return

January 16, 2018 6757856139_a3988deaff_z

If you pay a mortgage every month and haven’t deducted the interest from your taxes, you could be leaving money in the IRS’s pocket. But before you start imagining your huge April return, make sure the deduction will actually apply to you. Read on to find out just how the IRS defines and restricts this […]

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The 4 Biggest Mortgage Mistakes To Avoid

January 15, 2018 Distressed Millennials

Owning A Home—The American Dream Both have always gone hand-in-hand. Like hot dogs and baseball, or ice cream and apple pie. There’s responsibility and patriotism to owning a home, taking stake and investing in a successful future. But there are other ideas associated with the housing market. Finances. Consequences. Intimidating. There are fun parts to the process, like […]

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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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Homeownership Costs to Consider Before Purchasing

January 14, 2018 Home Maintenance

There are many obvious costs when it comes to purchasing a home that people are generally aware of. The purchase price, the homeowners insurance, the property taxes, and of course closing costs and fees are pretty well-known expenses, even for a first-time homebuyer. Beyond these expenses, though, come additional costs that should be calculated in […]

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

January 13, 2018 shutterstock_54222883

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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VA Loans And Everything You Should Know

January 12, 2018 iStock_000003050733Small

Get a free VA loan quote from us today! There’s plenty of information out there about Veterans Affairs mortgages. VA loans, as they’re more commonly called, hold some of the best advantages available on the market. Lower requirements, zero-down payments, and the most-competitive mortgage rates are just some of the benefits you might have heard […]

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Yes, You Still Need a Loan Officer — And Here’s Why

January 11, 2018 47347070_m

Prospective home buyers are flocking to online mortgage applications and automated approval processes. And it’s understandable. Filling out a few forms online is easy and gives you quick insights into your mortgage loan options, all from the comfort of home. But don’t mistake them as a replacement for speaking with a licensed originator. There are […]

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