Not Just A Dream: How An FHA Loan Can Help You Become A Homeowner

Nearly everyone dreams of someday owning their own home. Rents are at an all-time high, and to make matters worse, the rent money you pay is going straight to your landlord's pockets, instead of building valuable equity in a home of your own. If, like many, you have despaired of ever owning a home, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) offers a loan program that was custom-made just for people like you. You may be able to qualify for this program, even if you have little-to-no down payment and less-than-perfect credit. [Read More]

3 Tips For First-Time Home Buyers

Buying your first home can be incredibly exciting, but it can also be stressful, especially when you don't know what to expect. Your first home purchase is a very big financial investment, so it is a good idea to be as prepared as possible. If you're planning to buy your first house in the near future, use the following tips to help ensure that the process goes smoothly: Get Pre-Approved for a Mortgage [Read More]

Getting A Game Plan In Place For Viewing Open Houses

If you are on the market for a new home, it can seem overwhelming to view so many properties before you find your dream home. The thing is, by viewing a variety of open houses, you will narrow down your wish list and begin to know what you are really looking for in a property. Here are four ways to make sure you use your time wisely when visiting multiple open houses over the the weekend. [Read More]

Make A Good Real Estate Site

If you are a real estate agent who feels your website can use a redesign, there are a few things you may want to include on the revamped one that will help you to see the best results possible. By learning a bit about webpage navigation and user behavior, you can put together a site that gives home buyers the information they need in a format they find user friendly. Read the information below so you can present potential clients with a place they can go to online to look for the right home for their family. [Read More]