Got Student Debt? Here's How You Can Buy A Home
When compared to past generations, the millennial generation is the most college educated. If you’re part of this group, you may recall being told that a college education is essential to career advancement and wealth.
The final word on whether college was absolutely necessary...
The Fastest Ways to Fund Your Home Renovation
Whether you're renovating for style or repair, making changes to your home is exciting --and daunting! Planning what to upgrade, where to purchase the supplies, who to trust to do the work are just some of the daunting tasks involved.
But there's one other detail that needs to be figured...
Read This Before You "Rocket" Your Mortgage
Digital convenience is essential in today's world --even when applying for a mortgage. Submitting your home loan application and all the necessary documents with just a few clicks is not only easy, but it also makes the approval process faster and available to you where ever you are.
The Difference Between a Co-Borrower and a Co-Signer on a Mortgage
Buying a home often means buying it alongside another person. It may be a spouse, a parent, with your adult child, a family member, or another significant other. If you plan on purchasing a home and plan on including another party, it's important to know what to look for in a "purchasing...
Using A Second Mortgage Like Your Secret Stash
A second mortgage is a home equity loan or a home equity line of credit, and just like your original mortgage, a second mortgage is secured by your home. Although it may seem counter-intuitive to take out "another loan" on your home, a second mortgage is a way for you to tap into your resources...