You’ve married the person of your dreams, but their credit is a complete disaster. Is your dream of buying a home together shattered? Read what the experts have to say and check out some options to consider.
Buying a house in California has its advantages: the sun, the surf, the ability to commune with nature, and California has Hollywood. Before you go running to the Gold Coast though, there are some things you should know.
Quicken Loans Training Consultant Danny El-Haddad walks you through some of the considerations you should make during the home buying process in this video for the Quicken Loans Zing Blog Education Series.
There is a distinct and growing enthusiasm among my peers, and across the country, for taking up residence in micro homes. Why is the micro home trend so appealing to some and so off-putting to others? We’ll take a look at the pros and cons!
Many marriages end in divorce. Preparing to live on your own could be a difficult transition that requires careful planning. Are you ready to purchase a home after your divorce? Follow these tips and you’ll be well on your way!
It can be fun to check out open houses – and it can also help tremendously in your quest to find the perfect home. But how do you find them? And how do you get the most out of the experience? We gathered up some pro tips for you!
You recently moved to the U.S. from abroad. Congratulations! Now let’s get you the second part of the American dream: the house, the yard and the white picket fence. Here are the requirements for permanent or nonpermanent resident aliens who are applying for a home loan.
If you have a credit card or have ever taken out any loans, you’ve got a credit score. You have a vague idea you want the score to be good, but what goes into it? Just as importantly, how could your credit score affect you when you’re making a big purchase – like a home?
Selling and buying a home might be one of the scariest events of your lifetime. Before you begin, consider what factors make your home right for you.
When applying for a loan or filling out your taxes, you need to know how your property is classified. It can be a bit confusing, but we can walk you through the basics.