Homeowners

The best time of year to buy a home is dependent on many factors. The market may be bigger in summer, but it will be cheaper in winter. There are also personal factors, such as wanting to get into a new home before your kids go back to school or needing to move closer to… 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


Are you looking to cash out on positive equity and want to increase that equity? Are you looking to sell your home and you want to get the most money possible? Are you going to rent the home or offer it for short-term renters, such as Airbnb? Maybe you just want to feel comfortable both… 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


For many, a home mortgage is the largest debt they will ever owe, attached to the most valuable asset they will ever own. For first-time home buyers or those considering homeownership, understanding the ins and outs of obtaining a home mortgage and how it will impact their finances is crucial. If buying a home is… Read More