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What is an FHA Loan?

What is an FHA Loan?

If you’re in the market for a home loan, you might want to consider what’s known as a Federal Housing Administration (FHA) mortgage. This type of loan is insured by the government and issued by a bank or other lender that the agency has approved. One of the benefits...

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4 Steps to Take Before Moving into Your New Home

4 Steps to Take Before Moving into Your New Home

As you officially close on your deal and become a new homeowner, it may be exciting just to move in. However, before you can do so, there are certain steps that you will need to take to ensure that everything is in line. 1. Review All the Documents Once you officially...

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Everything You Need to Know About Government-backed Loans

Everything You Need to Know About Government-backed Loans

There are different types of mortgages, but they can be divided into two main categories of loans: government-backed and conventional. Since the government aims to make homeownership more attainable for everyone, government-backed loans are usually more affordable,...

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Tips to Qualify for a Mortgage for the Self-Employed

Tips to Qualify for a Mortgage for the Self-Employed

Growing up, we’ve heard of the American dream. While many people's dreams may vary when it comes to career, family, etc., the one constant thing on everyone's wish list is a dream home. In the past, buying a dream home required substantial income, which traditionally...

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How to Improve Your Home’s Resale Value

How to Improve Your Home’s Resale Value

Depending on which stage of our lives we are at, we outgrow our homes and need a new one. As a bachelor, the house you had might not have enough space for a family of four. The house you had when you were still with X company might have to be sold since the company...

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Tips for the First-time Landlord

Tips for the First-time Landlord

So, you’ve spent most of your life saving up and increasing your net worth. You already have several sizable savings accounts and several properties under your name. You’re torn between disposing of some of the properties since you’re no longer using them, but you’re...

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