If you shout, “Free money!” from the rooftops, you’re bound to get people’s attention. Especially homebuyers.
You’ve mastered the art of the “swipe right,” you know how to avoid “ghosting” and you’re no stranger to the “skype date.” But do you know how to find the right loan officer or real estate agent to fit your home-buying needs?
This is the third post in our month-long mash up of National Garden and Financial Literacy Month. So far, we’ve covered financial tech and aquaponics and composting and tax credits. Today, we’re getting a little fowl-mouthed as we discuss eggcellent ways to humanely raise backyard chickens and your credit score.
Welcome to the second edition of our series mash up of National Garden and Financial Literacy Month. Today we’re talking about feeding your financial garden with the Mortgage Tax Credit.
In recognition of April as National Garden and Financial Literacy Month, we're bringing you a month-long blog series that creatively seeds financial literacy tips with garden topics. In this article, we bring you Aquaponics and FinTech.
If you’re thinking of buying a house, you already know that having good credit is, well, a good thing. But what is a good credit score? And what goes into determining it exactly?
With the rising cost of rental properties in Nevada and new, homebuyer-friendly mortgage rates, ‘to rent or to buy?’ may be decidedly more clear than before.
If you’re like of the millions of Americans who lost their homes during the recession, 2016 is a great year to become a Nevadan homeowner again.
Rumor has it that millennials aren’t buying homes. We wanted to see if that’s actually true, and if so, why not? So we did our homework.