Home Financing

If you’re a homeowner, you might be hearing everyone, from your neighbors to news anchors, talking about refinancing. So, should you be considering it too? There are many situations in which refinancing your mortgage may be right for you, so consider some of the reasons to refinance and how to prepare to refinance your home.… Read More


Nearly 65 percent of households in the United States own their own homes. This rate of homeownership has stayed fairly stable throughout the years since 1960. Among the milestones of life, becoming a homeowner is one of the top accomplishments many Americans look forward to and can have many unexpected benefits. More Than a Roof… Read More


The prospect of buying a home for the first time can be exciting and daunting. There’s the anticipation of the journey – visiting prospective homes looking for the one that “feels” right and holds all the potential and promise you imagine. There is also the practicality of finding the place that fits within your budget.… Read More


2018 has brought with it many changes for potential homeowners; not least amongst them the new tax bill. The cons seem to outweigh the pros until you are looking at renting versus buying from a purely mathematical perspective. There are considerations that can be overlooked, which would otherwise prompt more Americans to favor buying over… Read More


If you have been shopping around for a home, but can never seem to find anything quite like what you want, it’s understandable if you are considering home construction for the first time. Financing a new build is slightly different than taking out a mortgage on an existing property.… Read More