Deciding Between a VA Loan and FHA Loan? Read This First.
Government-back home loans offer some of the best rates and perks, especially when it comes to Veteran home loans. But is that the right choice? Should you opt for an FHA home loan instead?
Remember, our office is here to guide you! There’s no rush to decide on your own which home loan...
The Trick to Winning a Home Bidding War
There's more than one way to win a bidding war. If you find yourself competing with multiple offers on the same house, know that there are others ways to sway favor in your direction other than offering more money.
The trick is to make your offer stand-out and to encourage the seller to make an...
"Should I Sell My Current Home Before I Buy A New One?"
You may be wondering if there is a right order to buying and selling a home when you're already a homeowner. For example, would it be better to sell first and then shop for a new home?
Or maybe it's best to buy first then sell your current home?
This article will help you to understand the...
The Difference Between Mortgage Brokers and Real Estate Agents
Two professionals will quickly become your best friends when you're buying a home: your mortgage broker and real estate agent. How do they differ and how do they work together to help you with your home purchase?
How Do Mortgage Brokers and Real Estate Agents Differ?
The Easiest Ways to Save Money with Energy Efficiency
Making a budget is a lot easier than actually sticking to it--we know. But when you become a homeowner, it’s even more essential that you make an effort to live within your means. Your house is not only your most significant investment, but it’s also the place you and your...
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