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Want a Quick Mortgage Approval? Come Prepared With These 5 Key Items

  Whether you’re finally prepared to get into the real estate market or you want to know how you can make a deal quick, there are a few necessary documents you’ll need to prove your reliability to a mortgage lender. If you’re wondering what will be involved in getting the application approval you’re looking for,… Continue reading Want a Quick Mortgage Approval? Come Prepared With These 5 Key Items

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The 10-year Mortgage: Why a Shorter Amortization Period Can Be Your Best Option

From ‘down payment’ to ‘adjustable rate’ to ‘debt-to-income’ ratio, there are so many terms involved in the mortgage process that it can be hard to learn them all and keep them straight. However, whether you’ve heard it, the term ‘amortization period’ might be one of the most important ones associated with your financial well-being. If… Continue reading The 10-year Mortgage: Why a Shorter Amortization Period Can Be Your Best Option

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Til’ Debt Do Us Part: How to Get a Mortgage If One Spouse Has A Terrible Credit Score

A poor credit history is a reality for many people, but it can be particularly daunting when it comes to investing in a house. Fortunately, simply because you or yours have experienced bad credit doesn’t mean that you should be penalized in the future. If your spouse has struggled with bad credit in the past… Continue reading Til’ Debt Do Us Part: How to Get a Mortgage If One Spouse Has A Terrible Credit Score

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How Young Is ‘Too Young’ to Buy Your First Home? Getting Started Early Has Its Ups and Downs

Many millennials are expected to enter the housing market in the next year with the interest rates still low. However, while it may be a good time, it does not necessarily mean that it’s the right time for you to make the investment. If you’re currently weighing your options when it comes to home ownership,… Continue reading How Young Is ‘Too Young’ to Buy Your First Home? Getting Started Early Has Its Ups and Downs

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Student Loans vs. Down Payments: 3 Ways You Can Manage Both and Buy a New Home

  The idea of paying off your student loans and buying a home at the same time can seem like an impossible feat given the impact on your Debt-to-Income (DTI) ratio. However, there are ways it’s possible to have enough funds and good enough credit to make your dream of homeownership come true a little… Continue reading Student Loans vs. Down Payments: 3 Ways You Can Manage Both and Buy a New Home

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Buying a New Home? Use This Checklist to Ensure Your Finances Are in Order

Buying a home is a significant expense. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a first-time buyer or have experience. Unless you have a large pile of cash, you’ll need to ensure your finances are in order before closing. In this post we’ll explore four financial items you’ll want to check off before buying a new home.… Continue reading Buying a New Home? Use This Checklist to Ensure Your Finances Are in Order

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Getting a Mortgage in 2017? 4 Reasons Why It’s Time to Start Paying Down Other Debts Now

Buying a home is an ideal investment for many people because not only is it a place that belongs to them, it can also be a very beneficial investment. While you may be strongly considering buying a home for these reasons, it’s also important to be in good financial health so that your ideal home… Continue reading Getting a Mortgage in 2017? 4 Reasons Why It’s Time to Start Paying Down Other Debts Now