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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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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Rising Rents Motivate First-Time Homebuyers

In the past few months, we’ve had several first-time homebuyers tell us that ever-increasing rent influenced their decision to buy a home. This didn’t come to a surprise to us

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Working With Mortgage Specialists

As an Omaha mortgage lender, we strive to educate our clients on the entire mortgage process. It’s incredibly important to us that our clients not only know what is happening

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Communication Is Key

Can you believe that some borrowers don’t know that lenders and real estate agents talk about their transactions? In fact, one borrower who spoke out online was very concerned about

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Featured Neighborhood: District 66

As we’ve discovered over the months, there are so many amazing neighborhoods in Omaha! Do remember reading about Bemis Park and the Gold Coast, or even Little Italy? Who would

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Featured Neighborhood: Little Italy

Again and again, millennials are choosing to live in more urban neighborhoods over the suburban neighborhoods they grew up in, and millennials in Omaha are no different. According to a

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