Buying a home is a major investment. Taking time to put yourself if the best financial position to prequalify for a mortgage is essential.
Since there’s an ongoing imbalance between the number of available homes and buyers looking to purchase, home prices are still on the rise.
A mortgage payment is often the biggest monthly expense. For this reason, it is a good idea to keep this cost as manageable as possible.
Moving to a new state can be difficult, but it doesn’t need to be. There are some things you can do to make transition much less stressful.
Down Payment for your next home may be more attainable than you think. Thankfully, there are more than a few ways to keep it affordable.
With interest rates increasing, new strategies need to be considered when attempting to purchase a property.
Taking advantage of tax breaks can reduce your overall tax bill and make your home a more cost-effective investment.
Mortgage applications to purchase a home increased 1% for the week, but were 30% lower than the same week one year ago.
Home prices declined 0.77% in June, the first monthly decline in nearly 3 years and the largest single-month decline since January 2011.
FHA 203(k) Loans, or “Renovation Loans,” allow borrowers to finance costs associated with renovations within a single mortgage loan.