There are many types of mortgages, and one that may be a fit for your situation is a Federal Housing Administration (FHA) loan.
You may never hear back from all (or any) of those job prospects, but you’re likely to reap rewards by shopping for mortgage rates with a handful of lenders.
When buying a home, one of your first steps will likely be securing a loan. While there are many types of mortgage loans, conventional loans are one of the most common options that first-time homebuyers should consider.
While a steady stream of income is a must for purchasing a home, lenders will not accept funds that haven’t been deposited into a bank. Here, we share why this is the case, and offer solutions for those in the marijuana industry.
If you or a loved one are approaching retirement, you may be wondering about whether it’s best to pay off your mortgage in full or continue to carry the debt.
If you’re thinking about buying a home, here’s what you need to know about the newest technology trends in homebuying:
If you’re planning to buy a home in 2019, you’ll benefit from the Federal Housing Finance Agency’s third consecutive annual increase to conforming loan limits.
Are you considering a 15-year mortgage loan? While there are a number of pros like a lower interest rate and the ability to pay off your home faster and build equity quicker, it’s important to be aware of the cons while considering your unique home buying situation.
Are you considering a 15-year mortgage loan? There are a number of benefits, including a lower interest rate, the ability to pay off your home much faster, and the ability to build your equity quicker. Here, we take a look at each of the pros.
The last thing consumers should have to worry about is being scammed when they buy or rent a home, or consider refinancing options. Unfortunately, criminals are getting more creative in how they target their victims, leading to major financial headaches for their unsuspecting victims.