Home Purchase

  1. The Ins And Outs Of Seller-Financed Real Estate ...

    There's more than one way to buy or sell a house. Seller financing presents yet another ...
  2. When Are Mortgage Lenders Better Than Banks?

    Individuals seeking a mortgage loan should consider factors or circumstances that ...
  3. What Is the True Cost of Owning a Home?

    Buying a home is part of the American dream. But what happens when you add up all ...
  4. First-Time Homebuyer's Guide

    Buying a home for the first time can seem daunting. Learn the buying process & what ...
  5. How Many Mortgage Lenders Should You Apply To? ...

    Applying to multiple mortgage lenders can get you a better deal, but it comes with ...
  6. How Do Mortgage Lenders Get Paid and Make Money?

    When homebuyers educate themselves on how mortgage lenders get paid and make money, ...
  1. In a Trump Presidency: Short Homebuilders (ITB)

    One in five illegal immigrants works in construction according to Pew, with a Trump ...
  2. How Many Mortgage Lenders Should You Apply To? ...

    Applying to multiple mortgage lenders can get you a better deal, but it comes with ...
  3. 5 Cheapest Celebrity Homes for Sale

    When considering residential real estate as an investment, watch for listings of ...
  4. Do mortgage lenders work on weekends?

    Since weekends typically are the best time for home-buyers, it behooves lenders to ...
  5. 3 Reasons Millennials Are Not Interested in Mortgages

    Tougher lending standards make borrowing to buy homes harder for millennials.
  6. Wells Fargo Launches 3% Mortgage Down Payment ...

    Late last month the lender unveiled a 3% down program.
  1. Homebuyers' Walkthrough

    Everything you need to know about purchasing a home.
  2. How To Buy Your First Home: A Step-By-Step Tutorial

    Find out everything you need to know to tackle this major purchase without fear. ...
  1. Do mortgage lenders work on weekends?

    Since weekends typically are the best time for home-buyers, it behooves lenders to be on-hand to serve.
  2. What Home-Buying Costs Can I Deduct from Taxes?

    Except for interest, points, real estate taxes and PMI, costs to acquire a home increase the asset’s tax basis and are not ...
  3. Can I take my 401(k) to buy a house?

    It is possible to use your retirement accounts to buy a house, but it's usually better that you don't.
  4. Can I borrow from my annuity to put a down payment on a house?

    Learn how you can borrow money from an annuity for a house down payment, but also understand why fees and penalties make ...
  1. Top Homebuyer Tradeoffs

    What are you willing to sacrifice when you buy a new home?
  2. 5 Best Beach Towns To Buy Property In

    These locales offer vacation homeowners scenic views and plenty of amenities. The ...
  3. Financing For First-Time Homebuyers

    Many people considering buying their first home can be overwhelmed by the myriad ...
  4. 5 Real Estate Fears That Keep You From Buying

    Don't let these concerns stop you from owning your own home. Learn how to overcome ...
  5. Top 8 House-Hunting Mistakes

    Searching for a house is a pressure filled task filled with quick decisions which ...
  6. 10 Tips For Getting A Fair Price On A Home

    When you're shopping for a home, it's important to understand how homes are priced ...
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