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6 Reasons to Become a Homeowner

6 Reasons to Become a Homeowner

Home prices have been on the rise for a while now and news stories abound with first-time homeowners being priced out of the market. As breaking into the housing market seems daunting today, some people may ask themselves if reaching for the goal of homeo

Oct 16, 2019 | First-time Homebuyers Mortgage Advice Purchasing a Home

Don’t Move Out Before You Sell

Don’t Move Out Before You Sell

You are selling your home but have already moved into your next place. You might think that an empty home would sell faster than a currently lived-in one. It’s more convenient for tours and it’s easier for buyers to picture their own things in

Oct 02, 2019 | Sell

Is a Bigger Down Payment Always Better?

Is a Bigger Down Payment Always Better?

In the homebuying process, if you find yourself in the enviable position of having more cash than needed for a minimum down payment, it may be difficult to know just how much you should put down. A larger down payment can bring plenty of benefits, but is

Sep 25, 2019 | Purchasing a Home Preapproval Mortgage Advice

Can I Get a Mortgage Without a Credit Score?

Can I Get a Mortgage Without a Credit Score?

You need a good credit score to get the best rates on mortgage loans. Less-than-perfect scores will mean higher interest rates and subprime credit scores will make borrowing money very expensive. But what if you have no credit score at all? Is it possible

Sep 18, 2019 | Preapproval Purchasing a Home Credit

9/11 A Day We Will Never Forget

9/11 A Day We Will Never Forget

"As we commemorate the ... anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York, Shanksville, Pennsylvania, and at the Pentagon, it is a time for remembrance, resolve and renewal. We reverently recall those who were most directly aff

Sep 11, 2019 | Remember Never Forget

How Does the Stock Market Affect Mortgage Rates?

How Does the Stock Market Affect Mortgage Rates?

When there are dramatic swings in the stock market, you may wonder how mortgage interest rates will be affected. What is the relationship between mortgage rates and the stock prices? Do they move together or in opposite directions?  Stocks and Mortg

Sep 04, 2019 | Interest Rates

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