5 Pre-Approval Mistakes To Avoid

You’re pre-approved for a loan – congratulations! You’ve just taken the first step to your new home. While a pre-approval guarantees that your lender could provide you with a loan

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Is Buying A House A Good Investment?

One common question we get is this: Is buying a house a good investment? It’s a complicated question to answer without knowing any specifics about the person asking and their

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Sellers Don’t Like FHA Loans

If you’re a first-time homebuyer, you may have heard that sellers don’t like FHA loans. You were probably left wondering why the seller would care about the type of mortgage

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How Long Is A Mortgage Pre-Approval Good For?

In order to obtain a mortgage pre-approval, the buyer needs to provide their lender with a picture of their financial situation. They will also supply the lender with documentation –

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Conventional Loan Guidelines

Anyone who has ever applied for a mortgage knows there are minimum requirements they must meet to qualify. And while we’d love to help any and everyone who walks through

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I Got a New Certification!

I just completed another designation of CDLP, Certified Divorce Lending Professional. This certification is designed to prepare me to become an integral member of my clients’ professional divorce team. I

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5 Pre-Approval Mistakes To Avoid

You’re pre-approved for a loan – congratulations! You’ve just taken the first step to your new home. While a pre-approval guarantees that your lender could provide you with a loan

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Qualify For A Conventional Loan

If you’re in the market for a new home, it’s important to know that the housing market is a seller’s market right now. That means there are a lot of

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5 Questions to Ask Your Mortgage Lender on a Yearly Basis

“Is there a way to lower my monthly payment?” If your debt has decreased and your credit score has improved, there is a good chance you could qualify for a lower

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What Prospective Home Buyers Need to Know About Student Loan Debt

Owning a home has always been considered a common way Americans build wealth, but homeownership can be a distant dream for those holding a substantial amount of student loan debt.

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