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The AmeriFirst Home Buyer Learning Center
The process of qualifying for your first home mortgage may seem daunting. Navigating your way through to getting pre-qualifying may seem impossible. With the following tips and ticks, you can greatly increase your chances of success.Read More
First time homeowners, long time homeowners, renters ... no one wants to see grain moths flitting around the pantry or little black ants crawling on counters. It’s not enough to keep food boxes closed and bags clipped tight to keep bugs out of your kitchen. It takes an organization strategy to clean up, straighten out and seal up food.
Most of the time, it’s better to start fresh by going through closets, drawers and cupboards. Here are just a few things to think about when keeping pests out of your kitchen.Read More
Should you have your bank or lender pay your taxes? Should you, as a first time home buyer, keep your money and pay your taxes yourself? It's a good question. We answer it in this installment of your 60 Second Mortgage Tip.Read More
A first home mortgage is a major milestone. For most people, a house is the largest asset they own and it is the asset for which they incur the most debt. A house is one of the best assets you can invest in terms of resale value which appreciates over time and achieving financial security. It is also an asset that can be passed on and on the family line.
Another reality that is common when it comes to becoming a first time home buyer is needing to secure financing for that first mortgage loan. When you make the decision to take the leap and get a mortgage, the following checklist will help you to ensure that you are well prepared and have maximum chances of qualifying.Read More
Welcome to your Housing Market Update with AmeriFirst Home Mortgage. I’m your host Dan Moyle. Today is Friday, October 24-TH. Let’s take a look at a news story from this week on the housing market. Terre Haute, Indiana TV station WTHI reported an interesting story recently: “In the Housing Market it was a Depression.”
If this is the first Halloween in your home, you're in for a real treat. Decorating for this holiday doesn't need to be scary. We've put together 9 ideas to decorate your first home for Halloween, plus a bonus reminder so you're not the recipient of a trick.Read More
One thing many buying first home may not realize is that it takes time from taking the first step of getting pre-qualified to actually becoming a home owner. Also, before seeking pre-qualification it is important to take the time to do the homework on the options available also to get organized in terms of finances.
The following checklist will help you prepare well and boost your chances of qualifying for a mortgage for buying first home.Read More
There's a big difference between affording a home, and being able to make the house payment. In fact, it's a major reason so many people had problems when the housing market took a downturn. You see, some lenders out there let people borrow more money than they realistically had the budget for.Read More
Those who’ve had a taste of what it’s like to stay in a luxury hotel can easily say that it’s an exquisite experience you’d want to relive everyday. The massive bed, elegant draperies, and plush carpet all add up to a blissful and relaxing place for vacation. But unless you can afford to stay in a 5-star hotel suite every day of your life, making your home feel like a luxury hotel is the next best thing!
Here are a few simple DIY home decor ideas you can incorporate in your home to make it look like a million bucks, without spending a million bucks.Read More