Resources to help you make a plan to save.
Help for people struggling financially after a natural disaster, including information on how to get help and ways to work with banks and lenders.
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.
Let’s look at what happens when you find the right home. It’s easy to get excited about the thought of owning your own home, but not about the process of paying for it. We have a lot of information to help you through the process of getting a mortgage, but in this blog and a few more, we want you to focus in on five factors you’ll want to consider when you are starting out.
Choosing the right mortgage isn’t quite as fun as shopping for the right home, but it’s just as important. Most people will need a mortgage to buy a home, which means that the choices you make on your mortgage will affect your bottom line every month for years to come.
Note: This is the third blog in a series where you can make choices about buying your first home. Once you have a target home price in mind, you may feel that you’re ready to start a serious search for the right home. How will you approach this search?
A home may be the most expensive thing you will ever buy, and it can be hard to figure out how much you can afford. How will you decide how much to spend on a home?
We have a lot of information to help you through the process of getting a mortgage. In this blog series, we’ll help you think about factors you’ll likely want to consider when you are starting out.
If you have a card, you might have been using it a lot lately to purchase gifts, meals, and travel expenses. Credit cards can help you build and maintain good credit, as long as you use your cards responsibly and pay your bills on time each month.