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Category: First Time Homebuyer (18 Articles)

November 17, 2022 | 4 minute read

Interest Rates are Up, So Why Buy Now?

  Rising interest rates have caused some potential homebuyers to hit pause while shopping for a new house. It’s a predictable reaction to the cataclysmic swing in the market since mid-2021.  As of November 2022, loan interest rates are More

November 4, 2022 | 5 minute read

Stop the Unwanted Spam that Follows a Mortgage Application

With apologies to Benjamin Franklin, there are certainties aside from death and taxes. One of them is junk mail and undesirable phone calls accompanying home-buying. This unwanted solicitation is spurred by the information available through public records as buyers seek financing approval and ... More

First Time Homebuyer Loans and Programs
March 22, 2022 | 7 minute read

First-Time Homebuyer Loans and Programs

Which Loan Is Best for First-Time Homebuyers? If you’re thinking about becoming a first-time homebuyer, you are probably wondering about mortgages. How much does a first-time homebuyer have to put down? How can I get a first-time homebuyer’s loan with no credit? More

January 20, 2022 | 5 minute read

First-Time Homebuyer Qualifications and Benefits

What Are the Requirements for a First-Time Homebuyer Loan? Are you curious if you qualify as a first-time homebuyer? Good. Let's begin with this: you don’t need to be purchasing your first home to be a first-time homebuyer. Confused? Don’t be, and don’t allow a ... More

January 11, 2022 | 6 minute read

When Homebuyers Should Find a Mortgage Lender and Realtor

Overwhelming. Stressful. Panic inducing.  Exciting. Exhilarating. Fun. This combination of emotions isn’t unusual for homebuyers, whether you’re a first-time buyer or selling your current home while finding your next one.  It takes a ... More

November 9, 2021 | 4 minute read

Making the Winning Offer in a Seller’s Market

When inventory is low, buyers need to have patience and a plan when pursuing their dream house in a tight market. You want to be able to strike quickly with a competitive offer and have a backup plan if you lose your bid, ... More

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