The economy seems to be heating up rapidly, but home loan interest rates are still at historically low levels. Real estate values have climbed a bit across the country, but low interest rates and affordable prices makes for an excellent opportunity for new homeowners to get into their first home before it rates and prices rise higher.
Whether you are purchasing a new home or you are considering applying to refinance your home, chances are the lender will require an escrow account.
Refinancing a mortgage is a golden opportunity to lock in today's low interest rate for the next 15 or 30 years.
Homeowners insurance and title insurance may not be the only kinds of insurance you need when you buy a home.
Whether you have recently graduated from college or are getting close to retirement, it's likely that you have given some thought as to how you can grow your net worth. You might have invested in stocks, picked up a few bonds or have a 401(k) plan set up to help fund your retirement. But have you considered buying real estate as part of your portfolio?
Are you ready to join the ranks of homeowners in our local community? Congratulations - homeownership is a big step towards building your net worth and financial freedom. However, it is also a significant transaction that will affect your finances for the foreseeable future. Let's take a look at a quick four-step checklist that will help you to get ready to buy a home with a mortgage in 2018.