VA home loans are specifically designed to meet the home-buying needs of former and active duty service members. Unlike traditional mortgages, VA loans usually require no down payment and offer a variety of other benefits including:
No monthly... (Read More)
Congratulations! You are using your VA loan benefit to buy a home.
Once you are under contract on a home, the lender will tell you that the home needs to be appraised. People usually have many questions about appraisals. The following are some of... (Read More)
The VA home loan program was developed in 1944 as part of the original Serviceman's Readjustment Act. Since then, it's gone on to help thousands of veterans realize their dreams of homeownership.
That said, there are many myths and... (Read More)
Have your dreams of homeownership set sail?
Even if you have bad credit or are on a tight budget, specialty mortgage options abound. One type of specialty mortgage that's often overlooked is the 203(k) or DIY home loan. This type of loan allows... (Read More)
You want to sell you home quickly and for the highest possible price. But professional home staging can cost hundreds or thousands of dollars. The good news? There are plenty of things you can do to stage your home yourself for much... (Read More)
In the market for a home? Here are three tips designed to help you de-stress the home buying process and buy the right home for you and your family:
Look deeper than what you see. You love the way a home is decorated, with its antique furniture... (Read More)
Moving into a new home? If you have children, it's a great time to make sure your home is safe for the smallest members of your household. Every 30 minutes a child in the United States is injured as a result of a TV or furniture tip-over incident... (Read More)
Putting your home on the market can be exciting. Whether you're purchasing a larger home, moving to a better neighborhood, relocating for a new job, or just want to see what else is out there, there is a sense of adventure that comes with selling... (Read More)
You want to buy your first home, but you're worried that student loan debt or a low bank account balance could hold you back. The good news is that there are a variety of loan options available to you. You'll want to gather some paperwork and... (Read More)