Previously we’ve mentioned how great today’s rates are compared to the past and we’ve broken down the cost of waiting to buy. But, what about selling a house? Maybe it’s time to move-up and buy for a growing family, or maybe you’re now empty nesters and it’s time to sell and move to a new location, or maybe you’re in a better financial position ...Continue Reading →
Listed below are the 10 credit mistakes to avoid once you’ve been approved for a loan! And if at anytime during your loan process you are unsure about something, always call your loan officer to confirm!
- DON’T DO ANYTHING THAT WILL CAUSE A RED FLAG TO BE RAISED BY THE CREDIT SCORING SYSTEM. This would include adding new accounts, co-signing on a loan, changing your name or address ...
It’s safe to say, most people are aware of the ever-so-popular home buying reality TV shows. And it’s probably also safe to say most people watch, have watched, or have at least been in the room while someone watched one of these shows… Property Virgins, Love it or List It, House Hunters, Property Brothers… and the list goes on. And what makes them exciting on a personal level is when you realize the episode about to come on is set ...Continue Reading →
When preparing to get a mortgage, lenders take a look at your credit history and typically want to see at least three (3) trade lines that have been open for two years or more. By trade lines we mean credit cards, car loans, student loans or any other form of credit you may have opened that would be reported to the credit reporting agencies. If you don’t have these minimum requirements, all hope is not lost. Consider jump-starting your ...Continue Reading →
In today’s reality, before making any sort of purchase or investment in anything anywhere you more than likely read reviews on the company or product beforehand. And when our clients take the time to write us a review on any of our pages (Yelp, Facebook, LinkedIn, Angie’s List, Trulia, Zillow, & Google+), we have nothing but sincere appreciation for their efforts!
So for our most recent online review drawing, we’d like to say…. Thank you and Congratulations to Rick for putting your ...Continue Reading →
You know the drill… You go to the doctor and give them your insurance card. You typically pay a co-pay. If you have a deductible, you might pay that upfront. After you leave the appointment, the doctor or hospital submits a claim to your health insurance company for payment of the allowed amount. Depending on your plan, maybe your insurance covers the entire bill; but more often than not, you receive an invoice showing a balance due. Thinking the insurance ...Continue Reading →