This may come as a surprise for many first time home buyers but The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has relaxed some of its underwriting guidelines to help make 2014 your year of homeownership.
First time home buyers who are worried their credit might not be good enough to qualify for a home loan, we have a solution.
The number one obstacle between first time home buyers and homeownership is usually lack of funds for a down payment.
There are many benefits to homeownership and the tax breaks you receive as a homeowner are among the most lucrative. Some of these tax breaks are set to expire on December 31.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced that effective December 1, 2013 they would be reducing the owner occupied bidding period from 30 days to 15 days.
How do I pre-qualify for a home loan? Here are two ways to find out — one “good” way and one “excellent” way.The good way is via pre-qualification. The excellent way is via pre-approval.
Last week the Senate invoked the “nuclear option” and the housing market might be the beneficiary. The President’s nominee to head the FHFA will have a lot to say about it.
We’ve just put the worse housing crash in our nation’s history behind us (mostly). But the fear of negative equity has many home buyers wondering.
If you’re a first time home buyer frustrated with the craziness that was the California real estate market in 2013, then take heart. According to Freddie Mac you will be leading the California housing market in 2014 as it continues on the road to recovery.