When making a purchase as important as your home, you want to work with someone you can trust, and someone who will advocate for you during the entire process. While there may not be a cut-and-dried system that matches you with your perfect agent, there are some easy ways to narrow your search.
The Good Faith Estimate, or GFE, is a very important early step in the home buying or mortgage refinancing process. Understanding them will make you a more informed and educated home buyer or refinancer. That’s why we created this video. Please watch it. You’ll be happy you did.
There are valuable tidbits to learn from the first installment of the “Lessons from Real Home Buyers” series. Meet a new homeowner who shares his story and his advice for house hunters.
Ever wondered why the 30-year fixed has been America’s most popular mortgage for decades? Our new video will tell you why.
How do you ensure that the house of your dreams is in a school district that fits the bill? With a little time and research, you can learn everything you need to know before you make an offer. Here are tips to help you find the right schools when searching for your potential new home.
Building the perfect home for you and your family can seem like a daunting task. Where do you even start? Here are some do’s and don’t that will start you in the right direction.
If you thought choosing the right home was difficult, think again. Planning a move can induce nightmares and panic attacks in a normally sane individual. Is it really possible to pack all the things you’ve accumulated over the years into a single moving truck without losing your sanity? It is – if you follow these five simple tips.
Fannie Mae is slated to end its HomePath mortgage offering on October 6, 2014. Read on to see what this means to home buyers.
During the underwriting process, your mortgage company will be examining your finances quite closely to ensure you’re a solid loan candidate. Because of this, it’s important that nothing you do makes your mortgage company question your ability to pay them back. To show them you’re nothing short of their dream loan candidate, here’s a list of things you should avoid doing during the underwriting process.
If you’re renting a home or an apartment, the time will likely come when you want to upgrade. Whether you’re looking to settle down with your significant other or you’re itching to invest in more than just your monthly rent check, the time may come when you’re ready to switch hats from renter to homeowner. But how do you know if you’re ready, financially?