Thursday, May 13, 2021

Do Credit Inquiries Hurt Your Credit Score?

There's a widely held belief that every time your credit report is pulled by an interested party, it has a negative impact on insurance rates, ability to borrow money, open a bank account, and...

Pre-Approval Increases Your Odds Of Getting The Ideal Home

Do you know the biggest regret many savvy first-time home buyers have? It’s not getting pre-approved up-front for their loan. There are several advantages to being a qualified buyer long before you try to find...

Thinking About A New Home? “Be Boring!”

Are you planning to purchase a new property in the near future? Congratulations! But please also take the advice of real estate experts and “Be Boring!” Many home purchase transactions can get bogged down unnecessarily....

USDA Loans For Rural Home Purchases Can Really Pay Off

The United States Department of Agriculture is also in the home loan business, and for families with an interest in out-of-town living, the opportunities are unmatched.  USDA Rural Development offers guaranteed loans with 100%...

Student Loan Debt Doesn’t Need To Stop Home Purchases

The Federal National Mortgage Association, commonly referred to as Fannie Mae, is taking significant steps to make it easier for folks with large student loan debts to qualify for home loans. If you or...

VA Cash Out Program Gives Veterans Lots Of Flexibility

Homeowners are quite familiar with the concept and power of a well-timed refinance loan. For veterans with an interest in refinancing options, there's another program worth considering, that can help provide a great deal...

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