Buying Versus Building a Home: Which Is Cheaper?
Is it less expensive to buy or build a house? That's a question that many homebuyers have --whether their first-time buyers or looking for toward their next move. Considering that "buy-and-flip" investors are less active and many developers have slowed down a bit, you'll soon realize...
Guest Post: Should You Talk to a Lender or a Realtor First?
By Mike Lies
Most real estate transactions require a real estate agent and a lender, but the question for most first-time home buyers is who you should contact first. It really is a double-edged question as buyers will need a pre-approval before most agent will show them homes; however,...
"What Does My Homeowner's Insurance Actually Cover?"
There’s quite a bit of misunderstanding about homeowner’s insurance and how much protection it offers you, the homeowner. Depending on the type of loan you have, whether conventional or government funded, you’ll be required to insure your home in case of a...
What You Must Know About "Rent-To-Own" Homes
If you've browsed home sale listings, you've probably seen ads for "Rent-to-Own or "Lease-to-Own" homes. These agreements are similar to traditional rental contracts. However, they also give you an option to purchase the rental home.
Curious as to what renting-to-own involves or...
Guest Post: How to Choose the Best Mortgage Broker in Littleton
By David Hakimi
Before you start house hunting, it’s a good idea to consider getting a pre-approved mortgage. A mortgage broker can help you find the best option.
It’s not surprising that more and more people are seeking out the help of mortgage brokers. It makes the...