When buying a new home, you may be focused on finding a mortgage program that has a down payment requirement that is manageable for you. However, some home buyers will overlook the costs that they are responsible for at closing. The good news is that there are some steps that you can take to keep these costs to a minimum.
Retail sales rose for the third consecutive month. May sales increased at a seasonally adjusted rate of 1.20 percent according to Commerce Department data.
There are numerous factors that you may review when choosing a new place to live. If you have children, the quality of the schools and the level of education that your kids will receive in the schools is important. When you are looking at schools, use this helpful checklist to guide you in making a great decision.
A home mortgage payment can be a large or even the largest expense in a person's budget, and not having this payment any longer can be a life changing experience.
Finding the perfect home to purchase is easier said than done, and savvy home buyers understand the importance of researching the neighborhood as well as the home.
As a first-time home buyer, you may be stressed about finding the right home to buy and researching the neighborhoods and schools. While these are all factors to pay attention to, you also need to focus heavily on your mortgage.
Last week's economic news included reports on construction spending, Freddie Mac's mortgage rates survey and several employment related reports.
In many areas, the spring months mean warmer temperatures, more sunshine and plenty of beneficial rainfall that your yard may thrive with. By following these helpful tips, you can take better care of your yard during the rainy spring season.
When you apply for a new mortgage, your lender may ask if you want to set up monthly payments or bi-weekly payments. Before you decide which is best for you, consider a few factors.
As a home buyer, you may go through a number of different steps to ensure that the property that you purchase is in great condition. In most cases, there will be no problems with the final inspection. However, in the event that there is a problem with the final inspection, you will need to know how to handle it.