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Buying Your Dream Home with Student Loans

For many Americans, buying their dream home is a major life milestone, much like earning their college degree. Unfortunately, with the substantial cost to attain a higher education, Americans have piled up a whopping $1.3 trillion in student loan debt, putting this dream seemingly out of reach for years to come. According to a study Read Full Story >>

FHA 203k Home Renovation Loan

You have your eye on a potentially perfect home. It’s in a great location with good schools, has the perfect pool in the backyard, and enough space to accommodate your new-found home brewing obsession. The only downside is that it needs a few home repairs and updates to become your dream home. If this sounds Read Full Story >>

3 Summer Projects That Can Add Value to Your Home

Spring is a wonderful time for homeowners, the flowers are blooming and lawns are growing. Many homeowners jump right into spring cleaning and start preparing for a few projects around the home. With summer only six weeks out, it’s time to finalize those plans and get started on the DIY projects that will add value Read Full Story >>

5 Tips for Saving in Your 20’s and 30’s

Saving money in your 20’s and 30’s should be a top priority for millennials – but many seem to start off on the wrong foot. Nearly 50% of young millennials (in their early 20’s) have $0 in savings, live paycheck to paycheck, and have the loom of student loan debt hanging over their heads. If Read Full Story >>

5 Terms All Homeowners Should Know this Tax Season

Tax time is just around the corner! Are you considering all of the possible advantages available to you as a homeowner? Whether you bought or sold a home this year or you have an existing mortgage, there are several tax deductions or credits that you may qualify for. Taking advantage of these deductions can help Read Full Story >>

3 things you might not know about your loan officer

One of the major contributors to the financial crisis of 2008 was homebuyers getting into bad loans under the poor advisement of mortgage professionals. Leaders in the industry, such as Mortgage Loan Originator Suzi Boyle, recognized how important it was to set standards and regulations to protect consumers and all those serving in the industry Read Full Story >>

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