Increased Mortgage Rates --Should You Still Buy In 2019?
Does the news of rising rates make you second guess buying your first home in 2019? It shouldn't and here's why:
Higher Rates But Not Frighteningly High
With headlines that read "Feds Hike Up Mortgage Rates -- Highest Since 2014," it's no wonder that you doubt that it's a great time to buy...
5 Secrets To Buying A Home You'll Love
Most tips for buying a home start with figuring out how much you can afford and applying for a home loan (which are great tips and we recommend you do both of those things when shopping for a new home).
But what else is there? Are there lesser known tips for buying a home that can make a big...
Buying Versus Building a Home: Which Is Cheaper?
Is it less expensive to buy or build a house? That's a question that many homebuyers have --whether their first-time buyers or looking for toward their next move. Considering that "buy-and-flip" investors are less active and many developers have slowed down a bit, you'll soon realize...
"What Does My Homeowner's Insurance Actually Cover?"
There’s quite a bit of misunderstanding about homeowner’s insurance and how much protection it offers you, the homeowner. Depending on the type of loan you have, whether conventional or government funded, you’ll be required to insure your home in case of a...
What You Must Know About "Rent-To-Own" Homes
If you've browsed home sale listings, you've probably seen ads for "Rent-to-Own or "Lease-to-Own" homes. These agreements are similar to traditional rental contracts. However, they also give you an option to purchase the rental home.
Curious as to what renting-to-own involves or...