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Here’s What’s Wrong with Mortgage Pre-Approvals

Part of our Pre-Approval Series

In 2018, mortgage pre-approvals are absolutely essential to the home buying process. Some real estate professionals won’t work with borrowers who haven’t been pre-approved for a mortgage. Sellers rely on pre-approval letters to help determine whether a potential buyer can…

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National Homeownership Month: 5 tips for Homebuyers in a Competitive Market

Homeownership is an enduring component of the American Dream – a benchmark Americans have measured success and well-being against for years. June marks the celebration of National Homeownership Month (NHM), dedicated to honoring those notions and celebrating the ways homeownership benefits families and communities across America.

Does Bigger = Better When It Comes to Borrowing Your Mortgage?

Part of our Pre-Approval Series

The wisdom espoused by some real estate professionals (and occasionally by well-meaning friends and family) goes something like this: When buying a home, go ahead and spend every cent of what a lender is willing to finance for your mortgage….

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National Homeownership Month: 5 tips for Homebuyers in a Competitive Market

Homeownership is an enduring component of the American Dream – a benchmark Americans have measured success and well-being against for years. June marks the celebration of National Homeownership Month (NHM), dedicated to honoring those notions and celebrating the ways homeownership benefits families and communities across America.