Locked vs Floating Mortgage Rate: Which Is Better?

Mortgage rates have been relatively consistent, but don’t let that get you too comfortable. Rates are changing all the time –by how much, and whether it will be in your favor, we cannot say. We can make intelligent guesses, but we can’t predict with any certainty…

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Financial Benefits of Buying a Home in a College Town

Even if you’re done with college or if your children are years away from higher education, there are still many benefits to living in a college town. And don’t think that college towns are all small towns. College towns can be as urban as Tallahassee, Florida, thriving with…

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How To Tell If A Home Is ‘Move-In’ Ready

If you’re home shopping, you’ve probably seen or heard the phrase “move-in ready” in the property description. But what does “move-in ready” really mean and how can you tell if a property that “shows well” is truly ready for your…

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Mortgage Mythbusters: First-Time Homebuyer Edition

Entering the housing market as a newbie can be intimidating. Even more so when you hear rumors about how “difficult” or “expensive,” it is. But don’t believe it! As the experts in first-time home loans, we have all the answers and resources to make your home purchase happen with ease…

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The Essentials of Getting a Veteran Home Loan

If you are an active member of the Military, a veteran or a spouse of a member of the armed forces, you may qualify for a unique mortgage program from the Department of Veteran Affairs. aIf you are an active member of the Military, a veteran or a spouse of a member of the armed forces, you may qualify for a unique mortgage program from the Department of Veteran Affairs.

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