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Thinking about buying a mobile home in Florida? This guide can help.
Buying your first home is a huge milestone – and one that takes careful planning. These tips can help you achieve your goal of homeownership faster.
Take a look at our home buying checklist to make sure you’re on track to get your dream home.
To buy a home with no money down, check out government-backed programs. If you don’t qualify, here are some other strategies you can try.
FHA loans make homeownership easier, but it has requirements for down payments, credit scores, private mortgage insurance, and more.
If you’ve never refinanced your mortgage before, it can feel like a steep learning curve. How do you know which refinancing option is right for you?
Refinancing simply means you take an existing …
In a cash-out refinance, you take a loan out for the loan balance you already have plus a portion of the equity accumulated in your home. That amount beyond the loan balance can be used for a variety …
Without the funds to buy a home outright, you’ll need a mortgage to buy your first home. And you’re not alone – 63 percent of homeowners currently have a mortgage.
If you’ve paid attention to the news in the last year or so, you’ve probably heard a fair amount about mortgage refinancing.
Should You Refinance Your Mortgage? In July, CNBC proclaimed that eight …
Splitting up is hard. It’s even harder when you own a home together.
Deciding how to handle a joint financial agreement like a mortgage in the midst of this process can make a divorce feel even …
These two types of insurance both deal with your home, but in very different ways. Learn what they do.
Let’s take a look at the financial, home-related, and external reasons to get your home reappraised.
If you have a mortgage, chances are you know you're supposed to have hazard insurance. But what is it and how does it differ from home insurance? Find out.
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