Imagine the scenario: you head out on a beautiful spring Saturday afternoon, driving around neighborhoods looking for the tell-tale signs of homes for sale. After a few “that’s a nice house” reactions you come across a home that just seems to speak to you. The porch is perfect. The windows invite you to come up […]
Happy Leap Day! It only happens once every 4 years – how will you take advantage of the extra day? We’re looking at all the ways we can share a little more information with home buyers today, because we’re seeing all kinds of good news on the housing market. Low prices, low interest rates and […]
Smart first time home buyers use a mortgage program that finances a professional to do all the work so they can enjoy the new home rather than wallowing in the weekend work. So what does the smart, brave buyer use? It’s called the FHA 203k. This mortgage option allows you to buy a home in […]
Instead of making your first mortgage experience a frustrating one, turn it back into a great time full of dreams and possibilities. You can do this with home improvement loans like the FHA 203k and HomePath Renovation. These options can help you turn a fixer-upper into a diamond in the rough, eventually getting your dream […]
One of the focuses of each of these plans is homeowners who pay their mortgage bills despite the fact that home values have dropped and many homes are now “underwater.” This means their values are below what’s owed to the bank. Many of these mortgages also have interest rates nearly double the current current interest […]
The FHA 203k can help finance required repairs as well as desired improvements whether you’re buying a house or you’re willing to refinance to pay for the work you want done. This home improvement loan option is great for first time home buyers, step-up buyers, refinancing homeowners and almost any other real estate category.
Ever been in a renters nightmare? Lazy landlord…noisy neighbor…paying a stranger’s mortgage…everyone’s renters nightmare is different. Whether it’s the neighbors holding a kegger on a quiet Saturday afternoon or losing water pressure when your landlord doesn’t care, renting can certainly have its challenges.