Getting A Mortgage Is Getting Easier

How Buying A Home Is Becoming Easier After the housing market crashed and fed us into the Great Recession, regulations around mortgages tightened and the amount of credit available decreased. After the highest amount of access to home loans peaked in 2004, crisis struck America in 2007. By 2010, access to home loans was at Read More

Refinances Drop, Buys Increase

Mortgage Rates Increase, But So Do Buyers In mid-March, mortgage rates hit their highest averages in the last calendar year. The increase in these rates is being fueled by a healthier economy overall, and ultimately bodes well for the housing market. Higher rates did, however, affect the number of people applying for a mortgage, according Read More

Miss These Home Buying Mistakes

Skip These Home Buying Errors To Protect Yourself And Your Investment Deciding to buy a home is one of the biggest decisions most Americans will ever make. To protect you from potential errors around your big decision, here are a few home buying mistakes you should avoid. Ignoring Closing Costs: Your mortgage is not the only Read More

Real Estate Market Stabilizing

A Healthier Economy Makes For An Improved Housing Market In the years since the economic downturn, the housing market has struggled. It looks as though the sun is finally breaking over this troubled land, however, as experts predict that 2015 will bring a healthier, more stable real estate market. Changes in the economy are partially Read More

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