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There’s an App for that – Magic Plan
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Ready for something BIGGER and BETTER? We all are, but when it comes to a bigger and better home, it can be a hard decision to make.

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Buying a Home – Houses before Spouses
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The Millennial generation is walking a path opposite of that of Baby Boomer parents by buying homes before marriage.

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Home Loans through the decades
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Home loans, like everything else have evolved over the decades. All the folks talking about how difficult it is to get a home loan these days, obviously weren’t around twenty or thirty years ago.

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Why is my mortgage credit score different?
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Why do you receive a higher credit score when you pull a credit report from a source like Trans Union, Equifax, or Experian?  

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HomeSnap – Information on your new home right at your fingertips
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Looking for a new home? Get the job done with the Homesnap App! Unfortunately, finding your dream home can be quite a nail-biter. Most of us have a picture-perfect image in our minds of what we want, but what about what we need?

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Common credit score misconceptions (video)
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Your credit score may be the most important part of your loan application. Avoid these common credit score misconceptions to score the best interest rate.

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What You need to Know about Mortgage Credit Certificates
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It’s seems like what is Old, is new again—and Mortgage Credit Certificates are making a comeback.

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87% of U.S. Homes qualify for down payment assistance
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Realty Trac recently released a down payment assistance report and the numbers are encouraging for first time home buyers.

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How do collection accounts affect your credit score?
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If you have collection accounts on your credit report, properly handling resolution of these accounts is critical to insure your credit score isn’t damaged for years to come.

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