7 Financial and Lifestyle Benefits of Homeownership

Taking the leap into homeownership offers a variety of benefits that can greatly enhance one's life. Homeownership is a path to financial stability, equity accumulation, and the potential for property value appreciation.

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6 Steps to Buying a Home

From navigating the real estate market to securing a mortgage & closing the deal, each step to buying a home requires careful consideration.

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What Is Mortgage Insurance?

Mortgage insurance is a type of financial protection that lenders require when borrowers make a down payment of less than 20% of the home's purchase price.

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What Are Prepaids and Closing Costs?

When purchasing a home, knowing every fee and cost is at the forefront of the buyer’s mind. However, understanding the ins and outs of each cost can be difficult. Let’s

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The Top 4 Reasons People Get Denied a HELOC

The Top 4 Reasons People Get Denied a HELOC Home equity lines of credit (HELOC) are a way for mortgage borrowers to access the equity in their homes without selling

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Delayed Gratification

Journeying away from our typical mortgage or loan tips and guidelines to speak about something that is equally as important and impactful when purchasing a home– delayed gratification.  Delayed Gratification

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Five Most Common Questions First-Time Homebuyers Have

Buying your first home can be a very stressful time as it is likely the largest decision you have made in your life. In our experience, the following questions are

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Use Your Tax Refund To Save For A Down Payment

Tax season is in full swing. This means that many local Omahans will be receiving or have already received a tax refund of varying amounts. And we think the best

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You won’t believe how many times we’ve had clients inform us the credit scores we pulled are incorrect. This phenomenon began around the time websites like Credit Karma started popping

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According to a Redfin study, homebuyers in 2019 are spending 3 fewer days searching and visit one less home on average than they did last year. With inventory down, mortgage

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