How Identity Theft Affects Your Home Loan Approval
It makes everyone cringe at the mere possibility of it -- identity theft. Unfortunately, about 1 in 15 Americans are victims of it. And the way most find out that it's happened to them is when their credit is pulled, and they notice something suspicious. Indeed, identity theft can even...
Mortgage Co-Borrower: Is It Right For You?
Having a co-borrower is a huge deal. And just like any other investment, you’ll want to be absolutely clear about what it entails before committing. Bookmark this blog post for referencing the basics of co-borrowing and contact us for an obligation-free mortgage consultation...
The Ultimate Guide to Closing Costs
Just like when you purchase a car, the listed price of the home does not include the additional fees. Essentially, the "sticker price" is not the out-the-door price. For home purchases, these additional fees are lumped together and called "closing costs."
Here are the fees you can expect...
Locked vs Floating Mortgage Rate: Which Is Better?
Mortgage rates have been relatively consistent, but don't let that get you too comfortable. Rates are changing all the time --by how much, and whether it will be in your favor, we cannot say. We can make intelligent guesses, but we can't predict with any certainty...
Financial Benefits of Buying a Home in a College Town
Even if you’re done with college or if your children are years away from higher education, there are still many benefits to living in a college town. And don’t think that college towns are all small towns. College towns can be as urban as Tallahassee, Florida, thriving with...