20% Down May Not Be The Right Move For You - Here's Why
The idea that you should put 20% down on a home is one that has been the "gold standard" for years. After all, when you put 20% down, you avoid paying for private mortgage insurance, and you'll have a smaller loan amount with lower monthly payments. It's something that could save you a lot of...
How to Profit from Buying a Home Now Despite Rising Rates
Mortgage rates have steadily risen over the last few weeks, leading many potential homebuyers to pause their search. While it is understandable to be concerned about higher rates, this could actually be an opportunity to buy the home you’ve been searching for. Fewer buyers in the...
Homebuying Help: How Downpayment Assistance Programs Work
If lack of downpayment or funds for closing costs are the main hurdle to buying a home, a state or local downpayment assistance program may be the answer! Most states, counties, and cities offer assistance in the form of grants or no-interest loans to help home shoppers pay for these costs...
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