First Time Home Buyer Tips

What Are The Steps of Buying A Home

What are the Steps to Buying a Home?

Buying your first home can be one of the most thrilling and most nerve-wracking experiences of your life. You don’t know what you need, what to expect, or sometimes even what the process is.  But home ownership is a smart long term investment, but you don’t want to dive in headfirst without knowing what you’re doing.  It may seem complicated at first, but all you need to do is a little bit...

Things Not to Do When Applying for A Mortgage

Things Not to Do When Applying For a Mortgage

When you decide you’re ready to buy a home, you’ll (hopefully) examine your own finances closer than you ever have before – because your mortgage underwriter will be looking at your finances even more closely. It’s the underwriter’s job to evaluate your income, credit score and assets to make sure you’re a solid loan candidate. Because of this, it’s important that nothing you do makes your...

First Mortgage Guide

A Guide to Getting Your First Mortgage

To buy your first home, you likely will need a mortgage. In fact, before you even start looking at houses, you should look into your mortgage prospects. If you have good credit, a healthy income and money in the bank, you’ll be able to secure mortgage preapproval quickly and proceed straight to the homebuying process. But if you have less-than-stellar credit, are self-employed or have little cash to...

Investment Property

5 Reasons Your First Home Should be An Investment Property

You’re Young It’s great to be young and independent. You can do what you want, when you want. But that get’s old pretty quickly. You can’t party forever (or maybe you can), but all of the money you’re spending living “the life” could be saved and put somewhere else. While it may seem like a tall task, saving money and building credit aren’t impossible and that’s what you’ll need to...

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