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7 Tips for Second-Time Homebuyers

7 Tips for Second-Time Homebuyers

Buying a home for the first time is often exciting, scary, and overwhelming all at the same time. When you’re ready to move on from your starter home, you will be familiar with the home buying process, but there are still a few things you might want to co

Jan 05, 2022 | Purchasing a Home

Is the Market Headed towards 3D Printed Homes?

Is the Market Headed towards 3D Printed Homes?

Having revolutionized everything from the auto industry to healthcare tech to the airline business, 3-D printing is poised to dramatically change the American housing market.Lennar Corp., one of the largest U.S. homebuilders, has teamed up with Texas star

Dec 29, 2021 | Mortgage News

What are Mortgage Origination Fees?

What are Mortgage Origination Fees?

As a first-time homebuyer, there may be many mortgage terms that may sound foreign to you. For example, when you start looking at interest rates offered by mortgage brokers, they will often be accompanied by a “points” or “origination fees”. What are thes

Dec 15, 2021 | Purchasing a Home First-time Homebuyers Home Buying or Selling

Buying a Home with Family

Buying a Home with Family

U.S. home prices have jumped 20 percent in the past year, it is becoming increasingly harder for many Americans to buy a home on their own. To be able to break into the housing market, more and more buyers are going in together with siblings or parents on

Dec 08, 2021 | Mortgage Advice Credit and Debt Family Lifestyle

What Does Homeowners Insurance Cover?

What Does Homeowners Insurance Cover?

Before you are allowed to sign on the dotted line for a mortgage loan, your lender will require you to have homeowners insurance. This type of insurance protects your property (and the things inside) against damage and loss. It basically provides enough c

Dec 01, 2021 | Mortgage Basics

Should I Ever Consider a Balloon Mortgage?

Should I Ever Consider a Balloon Mortgage?

The typical mortgage loan lasts 30 years and is amortized equally over that entire period, so that the borrower makes consistent payments, including both interest and principal. The last payment pays off the loan. However, there is a type of loan called a

Nov 17, 2021 | Refinancing a Home Purchasing a Home Loan Programs Conventional Loans

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