According to NAR's Profile of Home Buyers & Sellers, married people once more led the first-time home buyer statistics in 2017. According to NAR, 57% of all first time home buyers were married and unmarried couples made up 16% of all first-time buyers last year.
It is no wonder since having two incomes makes saving for the down payment and closing costs helps make purchasing a house easier. A lot of couples decide to buy a home instead of spending money on a wedding or the…
Posted on March 7, 2018 at 3:39am
It may be difficult and stressful to sell a house. You can have difficulty understanding how to set prices or to draft a contract, if you aren't knowledgeable about the housing market. The information in this report is intended to give you a few pointers for doing these things.
A good deal of people are frustrated by little, but maintenance costs painting, plumbing, and landscaping. One day that you don't have an overwhelming job, you want to be certain that you are on top of of these…Continue
Posted on February 27, 2018 at 2:38am
Whether you’re considering a second mortgage to consolidate your debt or complete some home renovations, there can be a lot that goes into making this financial decision. Because a second mortgage is a loan that goes against the equity you currently have on your property, this can be a risk to the ownership of your home. If this is an option you’re seriously considering, here are some basics to know before deciding to on this route.
Posted on March 14, 2017 at 1:29pm
The real estate market is rife with terminology that can make a home purchase seem more than a little complicated. If you’re currently looking for a home and are considering your loan options, you may have even heard the term ‘Debt to Income’ ratio. In the interest of simplifying things, here are some insights on what this term means and how it can impact your home investment.
Determining Your ‘Debt to Income’ Ratio
It’s important to consider what exactly your…Continue
Posted on March 8, 2017 at 12:19pm