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4 Tips For Successful Mortgage Closing
Posted on 09/15/2019
4 Tips For Successful Mortgage Closing
Pick a date The best time to set a closing date is at the end of the month as interest at the table is at its lowest then, and you'll want to pick a closing date around the same time your current lease is set to lapse. Take your time The conclusion of the closing means you have...
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Some Reasons Why Your Offer Can Get Rejected
Posted on 08/18/2019
Some Reasons Why Your Offer Can Get Rejected
Buying a home can be frustrating, time-consuming and tiring. It requires patience on your part as a buyer. There are process and procedures you need to go through after you decide to buy a house but before the ownership of a home becomes yours. Getting a house that you love and would meet all your demands can be...
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Buying, Building or Remodeling? Start with An Idea Book
Posted on 07/07/2019
Buying, Building or Remodeling? Start with An Idea Book
Thinking of buying a new home, building your dream home or remodeling the home you have? Before you reach out to your nearest real estate agent, find a building contractor or raid your local do-it-yourself home improvement store, gather and refine all your ideas in one place by creating an idea book. As the name says, an idea...
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What Mortgage Lenders Ask About Your Income
Posted on 06/30/2019
What Mortgage Lenders Ask About Your Income
The process of applying for a mortgage is tedious and time-consuming; it requires you to answer personal questions about your finances. To ascertain your credibility for a mortgage, lenders structured the application process in such a way that allows them to get as much information about borrowers either directly or indirectly. Before you decide to apply for a...
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A Home is not Really an Investment
Posted on 04/07/2019
A Home is not Really an Investment
For years, people have believed that their new home purchase is the same kind of investment as their 401k or stock and bonds. Even with the obvious drops in prices during and since the economic crash, many buyers continue letting their home be their only retirement asset. The main property you live in should be left out of...
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