Refinancing During Divorce

The best option for handling your mortgage during a divorce depends on many factors including the loan itself and whether you or your spouse plan to live in your marital

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Money Needed To Buy A Home

When we speak with first-time home buyers, we’re often met with surprise when outlining the amount of money needed to buy. Many clients come to us knowing about the down

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The First Steps To Buying A Home

Many of our clients are right on the cusp of deciding to buy a home when they come to us. They’re interested in homeownership, but aren’t quite sure if they’re

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Make Your Home Offer Attractive To Sellers

We’ve had a lot of clients find the perfect home, only to find out someone else thinks it’s perfect, too. In these instances, it’s important to make your home offer

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How To Qualify For A Lower Mortgage Rate

When borrowers come in for a pre-approval, it isn’t uncommon for them to ask how they can qualify for a lower mortgage rate. The problem is, most have waited until

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Featured Neighborhood: Dundee

The Dundee neighborhood in Omaha is arguably one of the best-known neighborhoods in the city. It’s nestled in central Omaha between Leavenworth and Hamilton Streets, and Happy Hollow Boulevard and

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Pre-Qualification, Pre-Approval, And Loan Commitment: What’s The Difference?

You’ve finally decided to take the plunge into homeownership, but finding out where to begin can be difficult. Here at Mortgage Specialists, we advise that you seek out a lender

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The Nextdoor App is Shaking Things Up a Bit

Have you used the Nextdoor app? If you’re not on this fantastic neighborhood-centric social network, you should be! It’s a great hub for communities to come together, learn about one

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Right Now, No News is Good News

Mortgage rate changes are practically microscopic right now, and that is very good news. Obviously, as consumers, a decrease is always welcome, but given how very low mortgage rates have

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Divorce Loans: Making The Transition

As of the last census, there were 56 million married couple households. With the divorce rate ranging between 40-50%, that’s a lot of people left needing divorce loans. That being

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