If you have a low credit score, you might think that getting a loan would be virtually impossible. You may have heard from friends or family members that if your score is low, don’t bother looking for a mortgage...
Low credit VA loans are an excellent options for thousands, possibly even millions, of veterans across the country. VA loans are one of the most useful benefits available to veterans and qualifying family members. They come with excellent terms...
Buying an investment property is, in many ways, similar to purchasing your personal home. You  start by defining your goals, then look at properties, make offers, take out a loan (in most cases), and finally close a deal. Overall,...
Owning your own personal vacation home is a wonderful way to give yourself an exclusive sanctuary. No reservations required; you can simply drive (or fly) to your property and enjoy a nice weekend getaway. Or, with today's mobile technology,...
The Family Opportunity Mortgage from Fannie Mae, allows you to purchase a home for a loved one while enjoying many of the same benefits as a loan on a single-family owner-occupied property. Many people across the country, including right...
  Within 24-48 hours the national media will begin reporting mortgage interest rates are on the rise. This is exact the opposite of what has been reported for the past 2 weeks. Rates have been increasing since Monday of this...
Commercial real estate loans can improve and enhance your business. The majority of mortgage loans are made to individuals and couples purchasing their personal residence. Most people understand these loans, or at least have a general picture for how they...
2020 mortgage limits reflect a consistent trend in the real estate industry: a continual, steady increase in home pricing. If you plan on purchasing a home in 2020, it helps to know these limits and understand why they are...
Getting ready to buy a house, especially your first home, can seem intimidating. But when you prepare your documents and finances, and plan for your budget, you’ll be more confident, and also have a more enjoyable home-shopping experience. Here...
Winter is the real estate offseason. Ask any real estate agent, mortgage broker, appraiser, contractor, or homeowner and they’ll tell you just the same: there’s no activity in winter, so you might as well wait until spring to list...