If you're dealing with paying off your mortgage and going down to a one-income family, it can be complicated to determine how to financially swing it. While managing a mortgage on just one salary can be a challenge, there are a few simple things you can do to make it work.
If you've studied the real estate market recently, you've probably heard about the reverse mortgage. This unique tool is a financial arrangement designed for senior citizens who have limited incomes and want to use the equity in their homes to meet their everyday expenses. And although it's becoming increasingly popular, few homeowners truly understand it.
Mortgage rates have been at record lows for quite some time, making it easy for new homebuyers to finance their dream homes. But what comes down will eventually go back up, and with the world economy expected to rebound in 2016, we're about to start seeing more expensive mortgages. So what can you do to prepare yourself before mortgage rates start to rise? Here are three strategies that will keep you ahead of the game.
Before an owner can market a property to buyers that want to use a FHA loan, he will want to familiarize himself with the FHA's standards. FHA won't insure loans on just any property.
While their standards aren't as stringent as they used to be, a home needs to be in relatively good condition to qualify for FHA financing.
If you have a mortgage, you're probably looking for the best option to pay it off. So is a biweekly payment or monthly payment the better option for you? Which payment strategy best fits your individual circumstances? Here's what you need to know.
Title insurance protects the owner of a home from any claim made against their property, whether or not they are responsible. These include unpaid mortgage balances on the home, an improper foreclosure or any form of real estate fraud perpetrated by the seller.