As you search for homes and shop for a mortgage, you may find the homebuying process overwhelming at times. To help you take control, we’re sharing a few tools that can help you along the way.
We’ve been alerted to continued reports of mortgage closing scams. According to reports, scammers target the homebuyers nearing their closing date and use email to pose as real estate professionals and/or settlement agents and get the consumer to transfer closing funds to an account controlled by the scammer.
Becoming a homeowner is a big decision—both personally and financially. As you decide whether owning a home is the right choice for you right now, here are some financial considerations to keep in mind.
If you want to buy a home but you’re concerned about your credit score or credit history, we can help you understand your choices.
While married couples make up the majority of home buyers, single women make up the next biggest segment of home buyers and outpace single men more than two to one. Whether you are buying your home on your own or with a partner, we have resources to help you make your move to home ownership this year.
Your down payment will affect not just how much money you need to bring to closing, but also how much your mortgage will cost overall. Read on to find out what to consider when deciding your down payment.
Key things to keep in mind when you use a mortgage calculator to calculate your monthly mortgage payment.
Reviewing your credit is the first step to building a strong financial foundation for your new home.
In a few short weeks we’ll be celebrating the new year. If you are resolving to make 2017 the year you buy a home, then we’re here to help you achieve your goals. Read on to learn how to find the home loan that’s right for you.
If you’re like most people, you want to get the lowest interest rate that you can find on your mortgage loan. But how is your interest rate determined? That can be difficult to figure out for even the savviest of mortgage shoppers. Your lender knows how your interest rate gets determined, and we think you should, too. Learn more about the factors that affect your interest rate.