In this article, we'll help you understand the concept of seller concessions, shedding light on what they are, how they work, and why they matter.
We help you decide what you want from a mortgage refinance, because the possibilities are numerous.
What is guaranteed and what is not when you buy or sell real estate with a special warranty deed.
You might see one home listed for much less than its neighbors. What's the deal with REO properties?
More than half of all homeowners in America pay HOA fees, but what are they getting for their money?
Whether you're building a new home or adding on, construction starts with framing.
Every hopeful homebuyer wants to know how much they should save for a down payment.
The risks are greater but so is the investment potential. What to know before you buy a foreclosed home.
Here are five easy things you can do to save for a down payment on a new home.
Breaking down the most common mortgage and home loan myths and facts
Both a HELOC and a cash-out refinance help homeowners by converting equity into cash.
Read about all the varieties and benefits of VA loans and who is eligible.
Purchasing a house can be overwhelming, and determining how much to offer can be one of the most challenging aspects of the home-buying journey. You don't want to pay too
In this early stage of foreclosure, homeowners have several options to save their home.
Clear explanations for every part of the document that officially makes you a homeowner.
We explain the many differences between FHA loans a conventional home loans.
If you’ve ever wondered what contingency means in real estate terms, you’re in the right place. Read on to find out more.
A variable interest rate might be invitingly low for a while, but what happens when it's time for the rate to adjust?
Get educated on FHA loans and conventional loan basics and see which loan is right for you.
We’ll give you a better understanding of what it means to be pre-qualified vs. pre-approved for your mortgage.
Two percentages matter when you're comparing home loans, and one is more important.