6 Steps to Buying a Preforeclosure Property

Everyone knows you can buy a foreclosed home below market value, but what about a preforeclosed home? This article explains what a foreclosure is, how the process works, and tips for buying one. Check Rates: Check Today’s Rates What is Preforeclosure? Preforeclosure refers to the status of a home. This means the owner(s) are falling […]

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Best Home Loans For Single Mothers

Affording to buy a house can be hard enough even as a couple. And for single mothers, unless they earn a high income, getting home loans is even harder. Fortunately, there are home loans for single mothers out there. FHA loan, for example, is a good option for a single parent on a low income …

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What is a Conventional Loan?

This year you’re finally ready to buy your home. But where to start? Where it’s your first time or you’re an experience home buyer, all the mortgage options out there can be overwhelming.  If you’re on the hunt for a mortgage, you might want to consider a conventional loan. But there are a ton of… Read More

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8 Upfront Costs of Buying a House

Looking to buy a home soon? There will be upfront costs of buying a house. You may have found a house that you like. You may have been approved for a mortgage loan, and have your down payment ready to make an offer. If you think that, at that point, all of the hard work …

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20-Year vs. 30-Year Mortgages: Get a Lower Rate?

It’s time for a new mortgage match-up. Since paying down the mortgage early seems to be so en vogue these days, it makes sense to compare “20-year mortgages vs. 30-year mortgages.” The most common type of mortgage is the 30-year fixed. It amortizes over 30-years and the mortgage rate never changes during that time. Each [&hellip

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