7 Factors: What to Consider When Choosing a Home to Retire In

7 Factors:  What to Consider When Choosing a Home to Retire In

As the population ages and more baby boomers near retirement, the question of what to do about housing becomes an important one. Given the low available inventory in the starter and trade-up home categories, it makes sense for homeowners to evaluate their homes’ ability to adapt to whatever needs retirement may bring. According to NAEBA (National Association of Exclusive Buyers Agents), there are 7 factors that you should consider when choosing your retirement home.

  1. Affordability

“It may be ...

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10 Credit Don’ts During the Loan Process

10 Credit Don’ts During the Loan Process

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!

  1. 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 ...
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Reasons to Refinance

Convert your adjustable to a fixed rate

When you bought your home originally or refinanced your home the last time, you most likely predicted that you would be moving prior to the expiration of your initial fixed rate period on your adjustable rate mortgage. Or because the rate was much lower at the time, it made sense to “risk it”. If you are reading this you most likely are planning on staying in your home past your initial fixed period. Depending ...

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