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Recent Articles

Aug
21
2019
Super-Charged Home Loans for First-Time Homebuyers
“I’m buying my first home!” That proclamation is just as exciting and impressive as it is mysterious and overwhelming. Where do you start and which loan programs are made especially for first-time homebuyers? Getting started is a lot easier than you realize....
Aug
14
2019
“I Have Bad Credit. Can I Still Get A Mortgage?”
If you're worried that your credit is too low to get approved for a home loan, you're not alone. Low or bad credit is something that many Americans are facing. But even with poor credit, there is good news! There are government loan programs made for borrowers with lower credit...
Aug
07
2019
The Best Way To Use Your Home Renovation Loan
What’s the best way to use your renovation loan? The easy answer is to invest in projects that will either reduce your costs in the long-run or increase your property value. For example, you can install new insulation, redo the bathrooms, and modernize the kitchen. These...
Aug
01
2019
What to Expect When You're Buying a Home While Selling Your First Home
Do you remember what it was like buying your first home? If it's been several years, you'll be pleasantly surprised at how much easier it is. The days of signing piles of paper and waiting weeks for a decision are over thanks to digital mortgage. But that's not the only thing that will be...
Jul
25
2019
Joint Mortgage vs Joint Ownership: Do You Know The Difference?
Joint mortgages can give you access to more funding for a home mortgage than applying on your own. However, joint mortgage and joint ownership do not mean the same thing. If you're researching how to buy a property jointly, you may also see terms like "joint tenancy" or "tenants in common."...
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