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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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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Three Things to Consider When Getting a Mortgage

Have you been thinking about buying a home and getting a mortgage? We ask all of our clients to consider the following things when looking to buy. Doing so can

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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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What Factors Into Your Mortgage Interest Rate

With everything going on in our current economy, our clients have been increasingly interested in what factors into their mortgage interest rate. In short, a lot of things factor into

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Which Loan Is Right For Me?: Conventional vs Government-Insured Loans

We know that purchasing a home is a daunting task for anyone, but especially first-time homebuyers. There are many different types of loans available and it’s important to understand each

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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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Assembling Your Divorce Team

Did you know that January has been unofficially named ‘divorce month’? In the years we’ve been helping clients migrate their divorces, we’ve noticed that divorces tend to slow down from

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What Are Prepaids and Closing Costs?

What are prepaids? Prepaids are related to the actual home itself, not the real estate transaction. The three most common prepaids are property taxes, homeowner’s insurance, and mortgage interest. What

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