Are you thinking about using your tax refund to finally purchase a home in 2019?
Buying a home costs a lot of money! Between the purchase price of the home, down payment, appraisal fees, title fees, escrow fees and...
The Top 5 Most Common Mortgage Questions asked from Lenders
Buying a home is often one of the largest purchases we will make in our lifetime. Because of this, there may be some confusion on what’s...
My Momma Always Told Me to Shop Around
Did you know when you apply for a mortgage, lenders pull a credit report? Multiple credit reports from shopping around can potentially have
Steps to Take Now to Afford Your First Home
Here are a few factors all buyers should consider when buying a new home, so that they have a better idea of what they can afford.
Kids off to College? Ever Consider Skipping the Dorm Room?
Students choosing to live on campus, can represent nearly half of all college expenses. Offset that cost burden, and buy a second home, inst
Planning to buy a home? Then DON'T DO THIS...
If you are looking to buy a home, be prepared to read and review dozens of property listings, home appraisals, inspection reports, and mortg
Pre-Approvals vs. Pre-Qualifications
Many buyers are under the impression that if a lender "pre-qualifies" them for a mortgage that this also must mean that they have
The IRS 1098 Mortgage Interest Form Changes for 2016
Beginning around January 31, 2017, mortgage companies and mortgage loan Servicers will begin sending out taxpayer 1098, displaying the amoun
Home Loans for Self-Employed Individuals
I've outlined a few of the common experiences that many self-employed borrowers face when applying for a mortgage. But don't worry
What is a Conventional Loan?
The process of shopping for a home loan can be very overwhelming- especially if you happen to be unfamiliar with all the mortgage terms, pro