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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.
A mortgage loan application is very involved and complex, and usually requires a great deal of documentation to go with it. If you want to improve the chances of a mortgage application approval, avoid the following 6 mistakes:
One of the epic battles in the world of personal finance is that over the best mortgage length. There are pros and cons to each mortgage length, and it’s important that you carefully consider the ramifications involved before you sign on the dotted line.
If you are choosing a place to live with your partner, whether you plan to buy or rent, here are 5 things to keep in mind:
Before you buy a home, chances are that you will need to find a financial institution willing to lend you the money to make it happen. But a lender isn’t just going to hand over the money.
One of the most common financial rules of thumb is the “30 percent rule” for buying a home. Like many financial rules of thumb, though, the 30 percent rule is best taken with a grain of salt.
Learn why having an FHA approved condominium is so important to both buyers and sellers of real estate.