Home Mortgages

How to Know if You Qualify for a Home Mortgage: A Simple Guide

2021-08-25

1. Do I qualify for a mortgage? It’s important to think about what your monthly payment will be in a financial capacity. You need to figure out if you have enough income to make your monthly mortgage payments and still have money left over. Some lenders will ask for a basic income tax and/or W-2 information. Others will ask for additional tax information.Continue Reading

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Denver Mountain Real Estate Agents – Buying and Selling a Mountain Property is Not For City Agents
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Before deciding to sell your home, it's helpful to have a clear understanding of how much it will cost. Whether you're repainting things, replacing roof membranes, or just paying taxes, you're going to have to pay some bills. Let's take a quick look at some of the real costs you Read more

2022 is a Great Year To Upscale or Downsize Your Home
Upsize or Downsizing in 2022

Homeownership is one of the most important decisions you will make in your lifetime. With housing markets constantly changing, it can be hard to know what’s best for your family. But there's good news! There are many homes on the market that are perfect for either upsizing or downsizing. Check Read more

What are the Different Types of Home Mortgages? FHA, VA, Conventional, USDA and Jumbo.
Home Loans

Mortgages are one of the most important decisions for any homeowner. The mortgage you choose will not only dictate how much money you spend on interest but also the type of property you can purchase. Knowing your options is key to making a decision that'll work best for you.

Mountain Homes – What Types of Inspections do I Need?
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What Types of Home Inspections Are There for Mountain Homes? - Radon Test - Sewer Line Test - Water Line Test - Foundation Inspection - Roofing Inspection - Insulation Inspection - Lead Paint Testing - Basement or Crawlspace Inspection

Home loans and mortgages

Getting Financing for Buying a Home: What You Need to Know

2021-07-12

Lenders are constantly changing the parameters and terms for obtaining financing. Most people still need to get a loan to purchase a home. There are more cash buyers in some areas but most Americans still finance their home. With mortgage rates at historic lows, money is almost free to borrow. Getting financing is not as difficult as you might think in 2021.Continue Reading

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How Does Student Debt Impact You Buying a Home?
Student Debt

Student Debt and Buying a Home Whether you are just about to graduate college or you have been out for a few years, there's a good chance you're carrying some amount of student loan debt. It seems that news headlines are regularly pointing out that the nation's graduates are suffering Read more

How to Know if You Qualify for a Home Mortgage: A Simple Guide
Home Mortgages

1. Do I qualify for a mortgage? It's important to think about what your monthly payment will be in a financial capacity. You need to figure out if you have enough income to make your monthly mortgage payments and still have money left over. Some lenders will ask for a Read more

What is the Difference Between an ILC and a Land Survey?
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What is the difference between and ILC and a Land Survey? Most title companies and lender will accept an ILC which is cheaper than a land survey but aren't as exact or time consuming as land surveys. Usually, a county or town will require a more detailed survey for building Read more