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5 Homebuyer Tips
Here are five tips for navigating the home buying process.
3 Financing Tips
If you are planning on buying a home using a home loan then these three tips will help you get prepared for the financing process.
Credit Score Ranges & Factors
A credit score is a number between 300–850 that depicts a consumer's creditworthiness.
Required Mortgage Documents
Every lender requires documents as part of the process of approving a mortgage loan. Here are documents you’re generally required to provide...
How to Improve Your Credit
Credit scores play a big role in determining whether you’ll qualify for a loan and what your loan terms will be.
The Home Inspection Process
After your offer gets accepted, you’ll have an inspection period. This is your opportunity to have a licensed inspector canvas the home looking for common issues prior to moving forward with the home purchase.
The Appraisal Process
Once you are under contract, your lender will send out an appraiser to verify the purchase price is in line with the property’s value. Here are the two most important things to know about the appraisal process.
Homeowners Insurance
A homeowners insurance policy will protect you against certain losses and damage to your new home and is generally required by lenders prior to closing.
How To Buy in a Tight Market
Here are five things tips that can increase your chances of getting your dream house in a competitive housing market.
Down Payment-vs-Closing Costs, Know the Difference
Down Payment is how much money you put down on your home. This makes the difference between the purchase price of the home and your loan amount. BUT to Close. . .you will have some additional fees like closing costs, title fees, insurance, and taxes. So, when you are saving and looking at homes, make sure you have enough aside to cover all of these costs, not just your downpayment. A mortgage lender can help you determine what price range to look in and what your downpayment and closing
4 Ways to Ditch PMI
Let’s ditch PMI! ??? Did you know that most people don’t put 20% down on their first home? It’s true, but if you put down less than 20 percent, the lender will require you to pay PMI or private mortgage insurance to cover the risk. This can add hundreds of dollars to your monthly mortgage payment; however, there is a way to ditch PMI. Watch this video for 4 ways to ditch your PMI and start saving ??
What are closing costs and how are they different than down payment?
Buyers plan a lot about their down payment, but this is just part of what money is required to close on your home. Find out the difference between closing costs, down payment and total cash to close.
8 Loan Options for Homebuyers
Let's talk about YOUR OPTIONS as a HOMEBUYER! We have been talking to several lenders lately about financial options home buyers have today. From zero down to significant rate reductions, there is something for everyone. We want to share with you the information on what is available.

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