Homeownership is a big commitment of money, time, and energy. Here are 5 indications that you might be ready to buy a house:
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Changes to UK mortgage lending rules have come into force this April – and these will have implications for first time buyers hoping to get a foothold on the property ladder.
If you want to make sure that you can buy a home in the current conditions, it’s important that you get your credit in order, and make sure you have the documentation to prove that you can afford what you are buying.
Home buying is a big process, involving a lot of paperwork and plenty of pitfalls. LendingTree recently surveyed a group of lenders and came up with three of the biggest home buying mistakes that newbies often make:
A jumbo mortgage is a great financing option for those who are high earners looking to max out their buying power. Having a jumbo mortgage allows their money to be working elsewhere.
If you haven’t refinanced since interest rates have fallen, you might be able to take advantage of HARP to help you save money.
When setting out to buy a home one of the most important steps for most will be procuring a mortgage. Preparing to get the best possible terms and conditions is important. See how you go about doing so.