Homeownership is possible, even with student debt.
Buying a home doesn’t have to mean a stand-alone structure. A more affordable condo or townhome could be the perfect answer for you, depending on your needs and situation.
Our personal credit scores can affect so much in our lives – from qualifying for a home loan to whether we get a job. Learn more about how these all-important numbers are determined and how to dial yours in.
We’re partnering with local real estate agents and lenders to put on free housing workshops in local businesses in Nevada. Sign your organization up for a free presentation today.
There are many housing benefits for veterans, active duty military and surviving spouses, but they can be confusing to decipher. Here’s an overview to get you moving in the right direction.
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.
We talked to some first-time homebuyers about what they wished they’d known before they made that big purchase. Learn from their mistakes with these 10 first-time homebuyer tips.
Just about anytime can be a good time to buy a fixer-upper, as long as you can get the right price on the property you’re eyeing. What defines the right price? We’re so glad you asked!
Homeowners insurance is a necessity that comes with home ownership. From fire to theft, broken pipes to a tree limb crashing through the roof, your homeowners insurance covers you when disaster strikes, helping you recover and get back to living.