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How to Save Energy During Fall.

This article will help you find strategies to help you save energy during the cool fall and cold winter months. Some of the tips below are free and can be used on a daily basis to increase your savings; others... Continue Reading →


What Happens at Closing?

So you’ve found the home of your dreams. You’ve been preapproved for a mortgage by a lender and you’ve submitted your offer, with earnest money deposit, to the seller. The seller has accepted your offer, you’ve had a home inspection... Continue Reading →

Christmas Tree Safety Tips

Buying a Christmas Tree Did you know that your choice of Christmas tree could affect its flammability factor? Older, dried-out trees ignite and burn much faster than those that are freshly cut and well hydrated, so when you’re shopping for... Continue Reading →

Calculating Your Total Monthly Mortgage Payment

In many areas of the country you can purchase a home and pay less for your monthly mortgage than you might pay for rent – however, when looking at mortgage calculators online, be careful that the monthly mortgage payment you’re... Continue Reading →

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Why Do you need to get a Physical Inspection?

If you've found the perfect home, you just want to move in as soon as possible. Before you do that, though, you need to do one other thing: get a home inspection. We cannot stress it ennough - performing a... Continue Reading →

What’s a Conventional Loan?

  A conventional loan is any type of mortgage loan that isn’t guaranteed by the federal government. When you have a conventional loan, it’s either conforming or non-conforming. A conforming conventional loan follows the guidelines as set forth by Fannie... Continue Reading →

FHFA Increased Conforming Loan Limits For The First Time since 2006

Washington, D.C. – The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA)  announced yesterday that the maximum conforming loan limits for mortgages acquired by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in 2017 will increase. In most of the country, the 2017 maximum loan limit... Continue Reading →

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