Now is the time to get things in order for a home search next year.
Just because a lender approves you for a mortgage doesn’t mean you can comfortably afford it.
Buying a home starts with finding the right mortgage lender. Here are the questions you should ask mortgage lenders, before you sign on with one.
Low inventory in many markets combined with higher prices and rising interest rates can make buying a home challenging, but not impossible.
If you're serious about buying a home, understanding your finances is a crucial first step.
When you’re looking for a home in a seller’s market, you need a plan in place to avoid making mistakes.
New to the home-buying process? Watch these three videos.
Grab a seller’s attention by writing an offer letter that’s short, complimentary, and sincere.
There are ways to speed up the house-hunting process and buy a home fast. (Even if you don’t have a fat bank account.)
This important step can help you get the home loan you deserve, if you take it seriously.
In a nutshell, these four words help keep the process of buying your dream home from becoming a nightmare.
You might not have the all-cash trump card that lots of investors play, but that doesn’t mean being a homebuyer doesn’t come with its own set of advantages.
An important early step in the home-buying process is to make sure you can actually afford to buy.
One too many credit pulls for mortgage preapprovals can actually hurt your score.
A handy Web tool, mortgage calculators can help answer these 6 questions, with no commitment.
Mortgages can be daunting, but getting preapproval may make your hunt for a new home much smoother.
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