Posts in Mortgage Prequalification And Preapproval
Now that we are deep into August, with summer in full swing, there might be vague thoughts running through your mind about some potential real estate moves—but certainly not until the fall.
Historically low mortgage interest rates have been a lifeline for many Elma first time homebuyers in recent years, keeping home ownership within reach for many who wouldn’t have otherwise been able to make the leap.
In case you set your alarm clock to go off when it was time to buy a home, that clang you may be hearing from somewhere in the distance could be it (figuratively speaking, of course).
Elma home buying activity may be going great guns, but for some would-be buyers, credit score woes are still a stubborn obstacle.
Remember the good old days, when most people could depend on staying in the same job in the same community for an entire career?
You may have wondered why there are credit repair companies out there, since the credit reporting agencies have to allow any East Aurora consumer to dispute incorrect line items on their own.
Here is a one-question True or False exam that every future East Aurora first-time home buyer should take: True or False: One sure way to build a strong credit report is to pay your bills on time.
Last week, The Wall Street Journal ran an article about personal finances that East Aurora mortgage payers who are at or near retirement age should find thought-provoking.
East Aurora multi-family housing is the umbrella term covering all the various kinds of residences that shelter more than one family.
They really ought to teach this stuff in school: real-life, day-to-day economics.
How easy or hard it is for Southtowns home buyers to secure a mortgage with attractive terms is a key element in the local real estate picture.