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How To
Finance Your Home
Money-saving information to help new home buyers and refinancing homeowners understand the cost considerations and find the best loan programs and mortgage lenders to finance your home.
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    1
    What to Expect on the Home Financing Journey

    Learn about the financing steps in buying a new home
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    How to Prepare to Finance a Home

    What are the questions to ask when planning to finance your home purchase?
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    How to Understand Your Credit

    How to Understand Your Credit History and Credit Score
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    What Are the Components of a Mortgage to Consider

    Need a Mortgage 101 to Learn; What, How & How Much?
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    How to Build Your Mortgage Team

    How to Build Your Mortgage Team So Mortgages Make Sense!
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    Getting Pre-approved by a Lender

    How To Get Pre-approved by a Lender
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    How to Know if the Mortgage You’ve Chosen is Right

    How to Know if You’ve Chosen the Right Mortgage
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    How to Close on Your Mortgage

    How to Close on Your Home & Mortgage With Less Stress!
How Do I Buy a "Cash-Only" Property?
How Do I Buy a “Cash-Only” Property?
How Do I Buy a "Cash-Only" Property?
Those looking to purchase a “cash-only” property have two main options; one is to attempt to obtain a Hard Money Loan (HML), the second is an FHA 203k Streamline loan. Learn the difference.
What Does “Owner / Seller Will Carry” Mean in the Context of Purchasing a Home?
What Does “Owner/Seller Will Carry” Mean?
What Does “Owner / Seller Will Carry” Mean in the Context of Purchasing a Home?
Owner Will Carry (OWC) loans are an attractive option for those who fail to meet the guidelines for obtaining a loan. Find out more about “Owner/Seller Will Carry."
What Are Some Mortgage Down Payment Options? The 20% Down Payment Is Not the Only Option Out There!
Mortgage Down Payment Options
What Are Some Mortgage Down Payment Options? The 20% Down Payment Is Not the Only Option Out There!
There are many home buyers that struggle to produce 20% down for their home loan down payment. If this sounds like you, understand that 20% down is not a hard and fast rule, and there are several options out there that you should know about.
What Are Different Types of Home Loans Available to Homebuyers?
The Different Types of Home Loans Available
What Are Different Types of Home Loans Available to Homebuyers?
These are some loans and loan terminology you should familiarize yourself with before entering into a mortgage contract. Find out some of the types of mortgages that are available.
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