First time home buyers want to see school data from mortgage lenders before committing, says report.
Archive for September, 2014
From paying off credit card to delaying vacations to embracing the DIY trend, our latest blog post offers up some advice on saving money for a down payment on a home.
From planting new shrubs to building a rustic wooden fence to starting a fall veggie garden, our latest post offers some inspiration for your autumn landscape.
Home builder confidence increased for the third consecutive month in August, according to data from the National Association of Home Builders.
Changes to FICO policy could give many Americans a boost in their credit scores, which could give them a leg up when it comes to applying for a mortgage.
A new Department of Housing & Urban Development official plans to reform the US housing market to help both mortgage lenders & loan mortgages seekers.
The FHA recently announced the elimination of a certain post payment penalty that should make the program even more popular among home buyers. Read our latest blog post for more information.
From natural materials to antique decor to retro-inspired appliances, getting the vintage farmhouse look in your home can be fun and easier than you think!
From checking steps and driveways for cracks to inspecting your home’s heating elements, here’s a handy list of recommended home maintenance for the fall season.
Learn about the mortgage disclosure act, it’s history, and how it affects home loans and the mortgage loan process today.