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Recent Articles

Jul
05
2017
Qualifying for a Mortgage on Part-Time Income?
Today, it's more common than ever for individuals to make a living by working one or more part-time jobs instead of a traditional 9-to-5, 40-hour-a-week job. The assumption is that most people that choose part-time over full-time are either retired individuals or college students....
Jun
28
2017
7 Ways to Come Up With a Down-Payment for a House
Is the lack of down payment holding you back from purchasing a home? It doesn’t have to! Coming up with a down payment is faster and easier than you think. Here are the top 7 ways to come up with a down-payment for a house: Borrow Funds From Parents Asking parents for help to purchase...
Jun
21
2017
Understanding Your Home Appraisal
Home appraisals can be confusing. The homeowner may feel that their home is worth a certain dollar amount, only to be disappointed that it appraises at another value. Although the disappointment is understandable, know that appraisals are not a just "opinion," but rather based on...
Jun
14
2017
The Art of Negotiation for Homebuyers
Negotiating the purchase of your new property requires skill and a lot of patience. By considering what you want out of the deal, items that you are are firm on and items that you are flexible on, as well as points that you can use as leverage, will offer you the best chance of getting...
Jun
07
2017
Tips To Score A Lower Mortgage Interest Rate
A favorable credit score can mean a lower mortgage interest rate when you’re looking to borrow for a home. This is because your credit score is used to determine how risky it is to fund your loan. In short -the higher your credit score is, the lower the risk of you...
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Recent Articles

Oct
18
2017
Is Refinancing Right for You?
Thinking about refinancing your mortgage? Learn the facts before you decide if that's the right choice for you! Although refinancing offers the financial relief, rate stability, and access to money that you may not be able to get by other means, there are occasions that we caution our...
Oct
11
2017
All About Assumable Mortgages
An assumable mortgage is a home loan that allows you to take over a seller’s home loan instead of applying for your own mortgage. However, not all mortgages are assumable — typically only some FHA and VA loans are assumable. An assumable mortgage is best done with lender...
Oct
04
2017
Self-Employed? Here's How to Get a Home Loan
A critical factor for qualifying for a home loan is your income. Understandably, lenders need to know that you have a stable income that allows you to sustain a mortgage. While traditional homebuyers can prove this easily with a standard W2 from their employer, a self-employed borrower...
Sep
27
2017
What is a Second Mortgage and What are the Benefits?
Owning a home is one of the best investments you can make in your lifetime, but sometimes the budget can get tight. Along with the typical home-related bills like mortgage note payments, household utilities, and any required repairs—there's also the additional financial...