Changing your job while applying for a mortgage is a big mistake that’ll land you in a metaphorical mortgage morass.
Unseasoned assets are those that haven’t been in your bank account for at least 30 days. These assets can slow down or even stop the mortgage process.
It’s a good rule of thumb to check your credit score a few months before you apply for a mortgage so that you’ll have time to build it up if it’s too low.
If you’re looking to sell or refinance your home, one of the things you’ll have to deal with is the appraisal. Preparing for it can raise your home’s value.
While you’re probably thinking about giving your home a good spring cleaning, what about cleaning up your computer as well?
While VA mortgages have more relaxed guidelines than other mortgages, there are some requirements specific to VA loans, like wood-boring pest inspections.
The pros and cons of buying a for sale by owner home will shift depending on whether you get your information from an agent or a FSBO organization.
Is there anything you can or should do to prepare for the FHA appraisal and try to raise the value of your home? Yep, here are some things you can do.