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How Does Down Payment Assistance Work?
Thinking about buying a home but need help funding your down payment? A down payment assistance program can help! Down payment assistance programs are an often overlooked resource that you can take advantage of when you're buying a home.
Read this article to find out what down payment...
A Quick Reference to Buying a “For Sale by Owner” Property
One of the advantages to buying property that’s for sale by owner, aka FSBO, is that you won't pay realtor commissions or fees. However, there are a few things to consider when purchasing an FSBO property.
Use this article as a quick reference if you're in the market to buy a...
Proven Ways to Raise Your FICO to Get a Better Mortgage Rate
Your FICO score is a critical, influencing factor to getting approved for a home mortgage loan.
The FICO score, meaning the standard U.S credit rating, is largely responsible for the terms and conditions (including the interest rate) that you qualify for when you apply for a mortgage...
What You Need to Know About Getting a New Home Loan After Divorce
Getting approval for a new home loan after a divorce can be challenging, but far from impossible. Obtaining a new mortgage after divorce is tricky mostly because of the joint financial history, this includes past mortgages, car loans, credit card debt, and maybe even student loans...