Why a Cash Back Credit for Repairs Is the Way to Go

Published on May 17, 2017 by

If you’re buying a home and you’ve noticed problems during your home inspection, this should spark a round of new negotiations. It may sound convenient to ask the sellers to fix any problems with the house before they move out, but convenience isn’t everything. After all, after the seller leaves, they no longer have a … Continue reading “Why a Cash Back Credit for Repairs Is the Way to Go”

The Security Deposit: Getting an Early Start

Published on May 10, 2017 by

When you move into an apartment, a security deposit is one of those unavoidable charges. Happily, you may see that money again when you move out. Take a few simple measures starting the day you move in and you’ll greatly increase your chances of getting back that deposit. Make sure to put all your official … Continue reading “The Security Deposit: Getting an Early Start”

Some Perspective for When the Seller Isn’t Selling

Published on May 10, 2017 by

Sometimes finding the best home can be an ordeal. At the end of it all, after putting in all the work and feeling all the stress, you’ve finally found that one perfect home. But for some reason, the seller isn’t budging. This can be a frustrating feeling, but it’s important to remember that the seller … Continue reading “Some Perspective for When the Seller Isn’t Selling”

Preparing to Inspect Your Future Home

Published on April 28, 2017 by

A property inspection can be an intimidating prospect for home buyers who are new to the process. After all, the inspection is when you’ll be making sure that everything in the house meets your standards – including safety standards. Before your property inspection, you’ll need to do some preparation. How to Prepare Before the day … Continue reading “Preparing to Inspect Your Future Home”

What’s the deal with FICO scores?

Published on March 24, 2016 by

Your credit score serves as a marker of the risk associated with lending you money. As such, maximizing your FICO score helps make you a more attractive borrower to a prospective lender. FICO scores range from 300-850. Whether you are looking to purchase a car, get a mortgage loan or are interested in taking out … Continue reading “What’s the deal with FICO scores?”

The Home Loan Process

Published on February 26, 2016 by

Buying or refinancing a home is a process that involves multiple parties working together to complete the transaction. It is the job of the loan officer to coordinate the transaction and ensure that the client is informed about their options. Since timing is so important when doing a transaction, educating the client about the process … Continue reading “The Home Loan Process”

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