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You've seen the headlines and heard the chatter - mortgage interest rates have gone up. How long will this last? Will this be a return to renting for people who were thinking of buying a home? Or is it just a small adjustment in the overall scheme of things?
Last Updated: November 21, 2022 If you're like many first-time buyers, saving up the chunk of money you’ll need to buy a home can be a real challenge.
Buying a home may be the American dream. But with escalating home prices, rising interest rates, low inventory, and inflation, as a first-time buyer, you may be wondering if that dream is out of reach.
No single strategy can guarantee success, but there are ways you can strengthen your offer and make it more attractive to sellers.
First-time home buyers shouldn’t wait to get started on buying a home.
National Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15 – Oct. 15) is an opportunity to recognize the stories, contributions, and lived experiences of Hispanics in the United States. Featuring Melissa Correa, Business Development Manager, Winter Park, Florida
If you’re a person on the go and hate mowing grass and raking leaves, maintenance-free condo living might be for you. And if you’re buying a condo with an FHA or VA loan program because of their attractive low-down payment and flexible credit qualifications, you need to be aware that the condo you are considering must be in an approved development.