A one-time close makes the home buying and building process much easier. Here’s how.
Before you buy an investment property, there are certain financial regulations to be aware of.
There’s a big change coming to VA financing. Here’s what you need to know.
If you’re planning to buy a home, you shouldn’t quit your day job. This story illustrates why.
An appraisal that comes up short can completely derail a real estate transaction. Here’s how you can avoid it.
You can now pay zero down for a pre-owned manufactured home. Here’s why.
If you’re deciding between getting pre-qualified or getting pre-approved, the choice is clear. Here’s why.
In today’s second part of our series in which we address the top 10 most frequently asked questions, I’ll address questions six through 10.
We get a lot of questions about VA loans, and we’re going to answer some of them today.
Escrow holdbacks can pay for any last-minute fixes in your home. Here’s how.
Here’s how conforming loan limit increases affect you.
Purchasing a home is a major decision, so when unmarried couples choose to take on this responsibility together, they must be prepared for the difficulties that may arise.
Do you know what it takes to buy an investment property? Let’s review the requirements you’ll need to meet before making such a purchase.
A new federal law was recently passed that allows you to freeze your credit at any time for free.
If you’re unsure about what a USDA home loan is for or how it works, this overview should give you a clearer idea.
Do you know how credit repair companies work? Today I am explaining what they do to fix your score.
Knowing your deductible is incredibly important. So if you aren’t already informed as to what yours is, you need to find out.
There are a number of reasons why having a home warranty policy is so critical for today’s homeowners. Today I would like to highlight just a few.
What homeowner’s insurance policy should you choose? I am here to help you decide.
If you’re applying for a loan, there are 12 things you should not do if you want to avoid any problems.
In today’s fast-paced market, buyers must be able to make quick decisions. However, there is one option that can help give them more time to think.
Not checking if a property you want to buy is located within a flood zone can end up costing you.
Having your own representation in real estate matters. Here’s why.
What is the difference between an inspection and an appraisal? Today, I’ll explain how they differ.