Category Archives: Mortgages

Why it’s time to jump into the housing market – even if you have so-so credit
There is something truly special about owning your own home. It’s YOURS. A badge of honor to wear as a celebration of how hard you work to provide for those you love. (Yes… there are plenty of arguments for NOT buying a home, especially if you live in certain cities like in this article) But, for the sake of THIS article, we are going to...
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Did You Foreclose in the Housing Bust? You may be able to buy sooner than you think!
If you are one of the 9.3 million homeowners who foreclosed, received a deed-in-lieu-of-foreclosure, or short-sold during the recent housing crisis… you may be able to buy a home again sooner than you think. In a recent study of the housing market, The National Association of Realtors (NAR) found that nearly 1 million of...
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VA Loans Really Do Make it Easier for Veterans to Buy A Home
Buying a home of your own is a big part of the American Dream. It’s a problem, in my opinion, that doing so is often way too hard for our American Heroes. VA loans can help solve that. American veterans have laid down their lives to protect our freedom here at home and the lives of countless innocents around the world. Even if never involved in...
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