Since you have served, there are multiple programs out there to serve you as a potential homebuyer.
Whether it’s finances, your health or you’re looking for a change in environment, purchasing a new home to live in after you retire is an important decision.
With PMI, home buyers seeking a conventional mortgage have more options to purchase homes without the burden of saving 20% of the home’s purchase price.
In the end, it is inevitable that buyers and sellers both must pay closing costs.
There are many options to weigh when deciding on what home to buy.
As a buyer, the importance of an open house visit when gaining a leg up on the competition is significant.
The location of a house matters as much, often times more than the characteristics of the house itself.
With interest rates still low, there's never been a better time to consider refinancing your home.
When it comes to home renovations and repairs, costs add up if you’re paying out of pocket.
Making sure there are no liens on your home is an important part of the home buying process.
Choosing a price to list your home is no simple task.
Inside or outside, there’s always a DIY project waiting to be done.