Calling All Our Move-Up Buyers

You’ve already successfully bought your first house, enjoyed a few years in it, and now you’re ready to move onto your next home. You’re what we like to call move-up

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Advantages Of Buying A Home In Omaha

There are many advantages to buying a home in Omaha. Many of our clients look forward to the little things, like being able to remodel or redecorate without having to

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Why You Should Find A Lender First

It’s common knowledge that in order to buy a home, you’re going to need both a real estate agent and a loan officer. What many people don’t know is who

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Mortgage Pre-Approval: Monthly Payments

Just because your mortgage pre-approval says you can buy a $400,000 home doesn’t mean it would be in your best interest to do so. We’ve seen this situation unfold time

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Why Does Getting A Mortgage Take So Long?

First-time homebuyers often have this question – why does the mortgage process take so long? With the typical time of application to closing averaging 45-60 days, we understand why people

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A Complete Overview Of The Home Buying Process

We know that buying a house can be daunting. Many of our clients come to us with little to no knowledge of the home buying process. For that reason, we’re

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New Construction Loans 101

It seems like the number of homes built in the Omaha metro continues to rise each year, with communities popping up to the north, south, and west of town. With

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First-Time Home Buyers: Here’s What You Need To Know

Buying your first home is a big deal and most likely the most expensive purchase you’ve ever made. That’s why we wanted to take the time to piece together a

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Self-Employed Borrowers: What You Need to Know

If you’re self-employed, you’ve probably heard that it’s harder for you to get a mortgage than most people. Which is true – to an extent. The first thing you need

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Cash-Out Refinances

Have you ever heard of a cash-out refinance? If you haven’t yet, you’re sure to hear a friend or two chatting about them soon. Rates have continued to drop since

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