Once you and the seller have agreed on the purchase price for your new home, it’s okay to pop the champagne to celebrate this very big milestone. However, it’s important to keep in mind that it is one of many milestones along the path to homeownership, meaning there are still some steps to be completed before you start packing and picking out paint colors.
When Nevadans find themselves facing financial hardship, unable to make their mortgage payments and at risk of foreclosure, there is help. The general term for this type of help is mortgage loss mitigation.
We talked to some first-time homebuyers about what they learned after they made that big purchase. Learn from their mistakes with these 10 first-time homebuyer tips.
A good credit score can get you a better interest rate on your home loan and makes the entire homebuying process smoother. We have gathered a list of proven ways to raise your credit score.
Even if you love yard work, no one enjoys redoing work they’ve already done. So, when designing your yard, do your homework first.
Do you dream of owning a home of your own? Do you crave the freedom of decorating with wild colors, building a patio, hanging curtains, and making a dog run for your fur baby? Many renters would rather own their home but feel stuck.
Are you a handy man or woman who’s looking to invest some sweat equity in a new home? Or maybe you’re just not sure what to look for in a home or what your budget allows? Here are a few reasons why a fixer-upper home could be right for you.
We are well into January, which means the New Year’s resolution season is in full swing. In that spirit, check out our ideas about how to become a better homebuyer or homeowner.