How to Get a Small Dollar Mortgage Loan

How to Get a Small Dollar Mortgage Loan

Buying a house is a straightforward process, right? You line up a lender, you find the right house and you get a mortgage to buy it. While this is the case in much of the country, there are plenty of regions where the home prices are too low for tradition

Oct 07, 2020 | First-time Homebuyers Purchasing a Home

Why This Fall Might Be the Best Time to Buy a House

Why This Fall Might Be the Best Time to Buy a House

The U.S. housing market has been in overdrive for the past several months, as buyers play catch up after the coronavirus pandemic shut down most home-shopping in the spring. Existing home sales in June and July both grew by more than 20% while inventory f

Sep 30, 2020 | Interest Rates Purchasing a Home

Is Now the Right Time to Buy Your First Home?

Is Now the Right Time to Buy Your First Home?

There are millions of potential U.S. homebuyers sitting on the sidelines wondering if it is smart to buy their first house in the midst of a global pandemic. Unemployment is the highest it's ever been, COVID-19 cases are still rising in many places, a

Sep 23, 2020 | Purchasing a Home First-time Homebuyers

How the New Fed Policy Will Affect Your Mortgage Rates

How the New Fed Policy Will Affect Your Mortgage Rates

The U.S. Federal Reserve recently announced its new approach to monetary policy, setting the markets abuzz with rumors. Will mortgage interest rates remain low? Will they jump? Here’s what the Fed’s policy means for mortgage loans. Fed Policy

Sep 16, 2020 | Interest Rates Fixed Rate Mortgages

The Little-known Mortgage That Doesn’t Require a Down Payment

A conventional mortgage loan requires a 20% down payment. If you are a first-time homebuyer however, saving up tens of thousands of dollars can seem like an impossible task. Of course, there are loan programs, like FHA mortgages, that allow for low down p

Sep 09, 2020 | Government Loans USDA Loans

Why a Mortgage is Good Debt

Why a Mortgage is Good Debt

In today’s coronavirus-crisis economy, many Americans may be regretting taking on debt in the past or facing new debt to cover expenses during unemployment. And yet millions of consumers continue to apply for mortgages for home purchases, one of the

Sep 02, 2020 | mortgage Debt

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