VA home loans are best known for providing Veterans and service members with a no down payment purchase option. Although, sometimes VA loans require a down payment. For instance, there could be a VA loan down payment required if a buyer would have two VA loans... Read More
Thinking about buying a first home and trying to figure out what to do can be an overwhelming thought. There are a lot of things to consider such as price, payment, amenities, down payment, and qualification. Plus spending and probably borrowing tens to hundreds... Read More
Are you currently living with family, staying with friends, or renting an apartment or home? Are you like many that want to achieve the dream of homeownership for the first time? This is a huge step and it should not be taken lightly. Even though Millennials a... Read More
So many prospective buyers look for a way to purchase a home with little to no money down. Well, USDA Rural Development Guaranteed loans offer 100% financing qualifying buyers. But in addition to buyers qualifying, the property must qualify as well. Although US... Read More
The American Dream. It looks different to each person, but a very common dream to many is the dream of homeownership. Although, the homeownership dream is not reserved just for American citizens. Non US citizens with a green card may be able to buy a home.... Read More
Maybe you paid for a credit score or maybe you got it for free. But most find out that there is a big problem with these scores! The fault in the credit scoring systems used is they do not match the mortgage credit score pulled by lenders. If you’re think... Read More
The most popular time to buy a home is in the Spring and Summer. But besides home buying season, it is also Hurricane Season in the Southeast US. The hurricane season officially begins on June 1 and continues through November 30. Although hurricanes could form ... Read More
A recent USA Today article stated “Americans now have more than $1.4 trillion in unpaid education debt, according to the Federal Reserve”. Average student loan debt for 2015 graduates in North Carolina is $25,645. Plus many graduates have so much more... Read More
The biggest misconception among renters is that a large down payment is necessary to buy a home. Then many will rent for an extended period thinking that a home purchase is unreachable. A recent article by Citylab, “The down payment is too ‘daggum... Read More
So you’ve decided to sell your home? Of course every seller wants to make as much as possible and sell as quick as possible. Right? Well, a big decision is whether to use a Realtor or sell it on your own. If the seller decides to sell the home on their... Read More
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