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Recent Articles

Oct
02
2019
Financial Benefits of Buying a Home in a College Town
Even if you’re done with college or if your children are years away from higher education, there are still many benefits to living in a college town. And don’t think that college towns are all small towns. College towns can be as urban as Tallahassee, Florida, thriving with...
Sep
25
2019
Should You Buy A Fixer-Upper? How To Tell If It's Right For You
Buying a home that needs significant renovation sounds like a nightmare to some --and a dream come true to others. With renovation reality TV, America has romanticized the idea of buying a fixer-upper and making over their home. But as satisfying as it sounds, remodeling shouldn't be...
Sep
18
2019
How To Tell If A Home Is 'Move-In' Ready
If you’re home shopping, you’ve probably seen or heard the phrase “move-in ready” in the property description. But what does “move-in ready” really mean and how can you tell if a property that “shows well” is truly ready for your...
Sep
11
2019
Mortgage Mythbusters: First-Time Homebuyer Edition
Entering the housing market as a newbie can be intimidating. Even more so when you hear rumors about how "difficult" or "expensive," it is. But don't believe it! As the experts in first-time home loans, we have all the answers and resources to make your home purchase happen with ease...
Sep
04
2019
The Essentials of Getting a Veteran Home Loan
If you are an active member of the Military, a veteran or a spouse of a member of the armed forces, you may qualify for a unique mortgage program from the Department of Veteran Affairs. VA loans offer some of the most affordable ways to finance a home purchase.  VA loans are exclusive to...
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