Looking for a new home can be a pretty exciting task. With that much money on the line, it’s worthwhile to read up on the process before you set out. Unnecessary mistakes can and should be avoided while trying to get the best deal for your money. As a first-time home buyer, proper guidance from […]
Each month, Fannie Mae conducts a survey of 1,000 U.S. households, measuring how consumer opinion has changed on housing, mortgages, and the economy; and, which asks consumer to predict what market will look like in one year’s time.
After VA loans, USDA loans are the most popular zero-down-payment loans available. Let’s take an in-depth look at this program.
From housing bubble to foreclosure crisis to somewhere in between, the housing market has changed dramatically over the past decade — and so have many of the rules of home buying.
According to the National Association of REALTORS®, 30 percent of home buyers in March 2014 were first time home buyers. If you’re among the millions who are thinking about purchasing a home this or next year, become a better buyer by getting prepared for your home purchase.
For 70 years, the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs has made flexible financing available to qualified veterans. Let’s look at the pros and cons of the VA loan program that is growing in popularity. (infographic)
Are you on the fence if you should rent or take the plunge towards homeownership? Owning a home is still considered the best investment you can make. Since it’s less expensive than renting, why wouldn’t you?
It’s no secret that California is in the middle of a drought. Here are 10 water saving tips to help you help the state and reduce your water bill. (infographic)
Back to school season is almost here! It can be an exciting and stressful time for you and your kids. If you didn’t get a chance to move during the summer and you’re planning on doing it during the school year, here are some great ways to be more prepared in order to avoid extra […]