A comprehensive guide to avoiding first time home buyer mistakes! Learn the facts, myths and potential pitfalls that home buyers face during a home purchase.
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Luxury home selling tips that will not only bring buyers in to view your home but they will also be ready to make an offer!
Real estate experts for once will all agree without exception: even if it’s the mansion of your dreams, the best house on the block might not leave you in the best position!
Insurance, in its many forms, can be quite difficult to understand. Here is a primer that will hopefully help first time home buyers make a better decision for their home insurance needs.
When people search for a home mortgage with little to no down payment, they often neglect some other important items in the home buying process. Here are some common mistakes that can be avoided with a little work.
The Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC) is a tax credit that has been around for a number of years to help Wisconsin homeowners improve their ability to pay for their mortgage. Here are the basic guidelines of how the program works.
In the most basic of terms, VA Second-Tier Entitlement gives a qualified military person the ability to buy a home after a default or they can possibly have two VA mortgages out simultaneously. This may seem contrary to popular opinions on qualifying for a VA mortgage, but that is due to the lack of knowledge […]
Mortgage overlays are specific rules a lender follows ABOVE the published guidelines set by Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, FHA, VA and USDA.
Summer curb appeal tips broken down by US regions including Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, Southwest and Northwest. Plus tips from 14 professionals!
Getting a pre-qualification for a mortgage is a good idea if you are just looking and thinking about buying a home. Getting pre-approved for a loan is almost mandatory when you are serious about purchasing your home.