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What is Title Insurance?

Many ask "what is title insurance?' Some policies are required, others are optional. Read this to understand your options.

5 Signs You're Ready to Be A Homeowner

How do you know if you are ready to buy a house? Here are five signs.

The Ultimate Guide To Getting a Mortgage with Student Loans

Student loans are a key reason people can't buy a home. Read this guide to understand how to get a mortgage with student loans

Should You Prepay Your Mortgage?

Considering prepaying your mortgage? Discover the pros and cons of mortgage prepayment and find out if it's the right financial strategy for you. Make your money work smarter, not harder.

Here's How to Get Rid of PMI ASAP

Cancelling PMI is not always automatic, nor is it easy. Here are six ways to eliminate PMI from your mortgage.

P&S Agreement (also known as SPA): All You Need to Know

To ease stress in your home buying experience read this comprehensive guide to breaking down your P&S agreement.

What Is A Condo Questionnaire?

A condo questionnaire is a document required by lenders to finance a property designated as a condominium or townhouse that is a part of a homeowner’s association. The document provides evidence that the condominium project is in compliance with lender’s underwriting requirements.

How Long Does it Take to Buy a House?

The home buying timeline is equally hard to quantify, making it frustrating for first-time home buyers wanting to know how long it will take to find and move into their dream home.

How to Buy a House from Out of State

Buying a house in another state can be difficult. Learn what to do and what to avoid.

How Old Do You Have to Be to Buy A House?

Once people pass 18, the reality is that age is just a number. Your income, savings, maturity and life situation matter much more. The same goes for buying a house.

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