What to do to get pre-approved if you were denied before

    For many people, especially first-time homebuyers, the home loan process can seem quite daunting when looking in from the outside. You may be wondering, “What information will the lender need? How will we know how much home we can afford? How do we even get started?” All these questions are extremely common and Read Full Story >>

Fourth of July Pet Safety Tips

Although our Fourth of July celebrations may look different this year, you’re bound to still have neighbors sending fireworks into the air to celebrate America’s Independence. However, your anxious dogs or cats that hear the loud bangs and whizzes of fireworks may go running in fear, looking for a safe place away from the loud Read Full Story >>

Everything you need to know about construction loans

Choosing to build your own home is a big decision. From finding a lot to build on, to designing the home, to the actual construction, there’s a lot of moving parts. Another thing you’ll need to spend some time considering is your construction loan. What are your options, how do they work, and what can you expect?  Read Full Story >>

Recognizing O’Neil Samuels for Veteran’s Appreciation Month

This month we’re recognizing our nation’s heroes, military veterans, all month long in observance of Veteran’s Appreciation Month and Veteran’s Day. We had the opportunity to speak with O’Neil Samuels, a military veteran and proud new homeowner, about his service, his life after returning to the states from overseas, and the journey to buying his own Read Full Story >>

Buying vs. Building: Which Option is Best for You?

When you’re looking to buy a home, there’s an almost endless list of factors to consider. One of the first things you’ll need to decide is whether you want to build your new home or purchase an existing home. Even with this single decision, there are a number of questions to weigh:   Do you have specific needs for the type of home Read Full Story >>