The Advantages of a Large Down Payment
Most of the time, the goal is to put as little down as possible on a home, but paying more money upfront has its advantages. Here are just a few of them for you to consider.
Pay Less Interest
Putting a large down payment can save you thousands of dollars of accrued interest over the loan term....
Don't Miss Out! Avoid These Mistakes When Bidding on a Home
The only thing worse than not getting the home you wanted is not getting it because of an avoidable mistake. While working with a real estate agent certainly helps -- and we recommend it -- buying decisions are ultimately in your hands, so you want to be as prepared as possible.
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Purchasing a Home Closer to Work: Is It Right For You?
Moving closer to work sounds reasonable but is it actually worth it? That’s what we want to help you answer with this article. If any of the points below sound like you, then buying a home closer to work may be the best move you could make.
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How Identity Theft Affects Your Home Loan Approval
It makes everyone cringe at the mere possibility of it -- identity theft. Unfortunately, about 1 in 15 Americans are victims of it. And the way most find out that it's happened to them is when their credit is pulled, and they notice something suspicious. Indeed, identity theft can even...
Mortgage Co-Borrower: Is It Right For You?
Having a co-borrower is a huge deal. And just like any other investment, you’ll want to be absolutely clear about what it entails before committing. Bookmark this blog post for referencing the basics of co-borrowing and contact us for an obligation-free mortgage consultation...