Home Mortgage

If you’re on the market for a new home, you’ve probably started looking into different types of loans. The typical loan is a conforming loan, but that has a limit in most areas in the country of $484,350 (some areas with a higher cost of living have a higher limit), so if you’re looking into… Read More


Keeping Up with Your Student Loan College is one of the most pivotal experiences in people’s lives. It’s a time of exploration, development, and engagement. Typically, you leave with a collection of lifelong friends, an education, and lots of fond memories. Unfortunately, if you are like most, you also graduated with a daunting accumulation of… 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


If you wanted a home loan 20 or more years ago, you would most likely have headed to a bank and gone through a lengthy application process with seemingly endless paperwork. Technology has changed the way people choose their mortgage lender and the home loan process overall, making it faster, more efficient and competitive for those looking to obtain a home loan.… Read More


Can I refinance a reverse mortgage or am I stuck with the terms I agreed to the first time? These are all questions to consider when looking at your retirement income or a significant change in your income. In order to make the best decision for your circumstances, it’s wise to look at the issue… Read More