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How to Save Money For Your Down Payment

August 01, 2018

Buying a home means coming up with a down payment, and coming up with that money can be difficult for homebuyers. A down payment is one of the single largest expenditures that most households ever make. It’s often in the tens of thousands of dollars, and sometimes the equivalent to an annual salary. Here are […]

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Exciting Industry News: FHA Loans Just Became More Affordable

January 13, 2017

Whether you are ready to buy now or waiting until spring, exciting industry news will impact first-time buyers and those looking to refinance their FHA loan. Starting January 27, 2017 the FHA will reduce its annual mortgage insurance premium (MIP) by a .25%! While this may not seem like a significant reduction, it is believed […]

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How First-Time Homebuyers Should Respond to Higher Rates

October 03, 2014

Despite small dips in recent weeks, mortgage interest rates are up. Halfway through September, the average 30-year fixed rate spiked, jumping from 4.12% to 4.23%, the highest it’s been since May. Up until that point, rates were pretty steady, fluctuation slight. By the middle of last week, rates had decreased slightly, but they remain high, […]

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How to Save $100,000 On Your New Home [INFOGRAPHIC]

September 03, 2014

Choosing a 30-year mortgage or a 15-year mortgage can be difficult. Lower monthly payments and a longer term make a 30-year loan attractive to most buyers. However, there is a lot of money to be saved by choosing a 15-year loan. Our infographic will walk you through the differences between the two, and benefits of […]

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Millennials Find Their American Dream in the Midwest

August 29, 2014

Historically, Americans have moved to the coasts to find new careers and homes in popular Californian and New York cities. But recently Americans are moving to the Midwest, where affordable housing is readily available. They’re trading in high house payments, miserable traffic jams, and limited job availability for security and space in the central U.S. […]

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Qualifying for a Home Loan: How to Build Your Credit

March 07, 2013

In this day and age, credit scores seem more important than ever. They are used to determine your worth when you apply for financing, a rental home, even for a job. It may seem impossible to get financing when you don’t have an established credit history, but no credit score is actually far better than […]

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