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2202, 2018

What You Need To Know About Purchasing A Foreclosed Home

By |February 22nd, 2018|Real Estate|Comments Off on What You Need To Know About Purchasing A Foreclosed Home

Although the national trend seen in the past year was going down, there are specific areas throughout the country where foreclosures were increasing. For example, from 2016 to 2017, Washington D.C. experienced a 60 percent increase in foreclosures from the previous year according to “A Look at the 2017 Foreclosure [...]

1902, 2018

How To Rent Without A Credit Check

By |February 19th, 2018|Finance, Real Estate|Comments Off on How To Rent Without A Credit Check

Is your apartment hunting but not sure if you’ve got the credit score to get the place of your dreams? Well, when your credit score is not so great, there are some ways to possibly sway a potential landlord. Sure, submitting your credit history to potential landlords is stressful for [...]

1502, 2018

Attention New Homebuyers: Don’t Overlook These Expenses

By |February 15th, 2018|Real Estate|Comments Off on Attention New Homebuyers: Don’t Overlook These Expenses

Many of us know that you need to save a chunk of cash for a down payment. However, this isn’t the only expense that new homebuyers have to worry about. There are other out-of-pocket expenses that can quickly add up to the surprise of many who have never gone through [...]

802, 2018

New Fed Proposal To Help Those Paying High Rent To Get Into Their First Home

By |February 8th, 2018|Real Estate|Comments Off on New Fed Proposal To Help Those Paying High Rent To Get Into Their First Home

Although rents have declined month-over-month in 60 of the country’s 100 largest cities, rents still increased in 91 of the 100 largest U.S. over the past 12 months according to the Apartment List National Rent Report. In September of last year, rent reached its one of its highest yearly median [...]

502, 2018

Why Carrying A Mortgage Into Retirement May Not Be That Bad

By |February 5th, 2018|Real Estate|Comments Off on Why Carrying A Mortgage Into Retirement May Not Be That Bad

If you were fortunate enough to take out a mortgage when you were in your early 20s or 30s, then you probably have already paid it off just before retirement. However, many people are not on a straight line when it comes to paying off their homes. They have refinanced [...]

102, 2018

Besides Your Credit Score, What Else Do Lenders Look At?

By |February 1st, 2018|Real Estate|Comments Off on Besides Your Credit Score, What Else Do Lenders Look At?

The big number that everyone cars about is their credit score. It is an important number to the lender because they use this to determine how you have handled paying your bills in the past. However, this isn’t the only criteria used to determine if you qualify for a home [...]