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How a Mortgage Can Save You Money in the Long Run

Conventional wisdom holds that buying a home is the best investment you can make, but despite rising rent prices across the country, many people are wondering if it’s still smarter to buy. While a home purchase may not be the best choice for everyone, if you’re focused on building a secure financial future, then the question of whether to buy or rent is a no-brainer.   Why It Pays to …Read More

How Much House Can I Afford?

For most people, a home purchase will likely be the largest purchase that they will make in their lifetime. So, it’s important to be as educated on the subject of home ownership as possible. In order to help you out, we have created a list of a few things to keep in mind when looking to see how much one can afford to spend on a house.   How much …Read More

5 Cities where Homeowners Get Big Bang for Their Buck

 By Steve Nitz A lot of Americans dream of getting a job and moving to a city such as Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco or Chicago and eventually raising a family there. However, it’s not quite that easy when it comes to finding housing. The affordability of a housing market is definitely something to consider when you’re factoring in what part of the country you want to spend the …Read More

An Introduction to 3% Down Conventional Home Mortgages

 By Henry Ochoa For the past few months, private banks have been introducing 3% down conventional mortgage packages. These 3% down mortgages are a way to get first-time homebuyers into a home with a low down payment, as opposed to having to pay the typical 5-20% conventional down payment. Low down payment mortgages are an attractive option for people who live in cities where rent is high and it’s tougher …Read More

Where Can Millennials Afford to Buy Homes?

By Jennifer Riner of Zillow With rent prices across the nation higher than ever, millennials are dipping into their savings and taking the plunge into real estate investing, maybe a little sooner than they had expected for themselves. But why not now? Mortgage rates are at an all-time low, and homeownership has its perks – like customizable interior upgrades and one of the largest return-on-investment opportunities one can make in …Read More