You’ve found a beautiful home…one that you just know you and your family will love being in.
But it’s part of a planned community (HOA), so you also know that in addition to your mortgage you’re going to be paying money each month to a homeowner’s association.
It’s finally time.
Your kids have grown, have lives of their own, and you’re ready to move on and buy a smaller home.
While you’ve probably had years of experience with moving house, you were likely a bit younger the last time you moved.
Experienced movers know what things they have to do immediately upon arriving in a new city but if this is your first relocation, we’ll walk you through a great list of what you need to accomplish right away.
When it comes time to find a new home many people automatically assume that they’re going to buy a home that’s already been built.
However, in some cases, buyers opt to have a home built for them instead.
Getting a home loan is stressful enough, but when you’re trying to get financing with bad credit, it can seem like an impossibility.
In case you were wondering, a “poor” FICO score is considered to be one that is 579 or below.