Can You Really Afford to Buy a Home Right Now?

Can you really afford to buy a home right now? Take our quiz and find out if you are ready for the large financial responsibility of home ownership!

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In 2015, 500,000 former homeowners may qualify to buy homes after foreclosure or short sale. Here’s what you need to know if you’re one of them.

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With both Fannie Mae and Freddie mac bringing back 97

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Mortgages with three percent down are back! Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac officially announced that 97 percent home loans are returning very soon.

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70 percent of home buyers don’t even know they might qualify for down payment assistance for middle income home buyers. Learn about it here.

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Fannie Mae announces a new 97 percent mortgage to be released “soon” for borrowers.

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Student loan debt can derail your plans to buy a home. Try these tips to improve your chances of mortgage approval.

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Have a Short-sale Skeleton in Your Closet? Apply Before August 16th!
  Attention wanna be home buyers! Today, if you have 20 percent down, stable income and reestablished credit, you can buy a home two years after executing a short sale or deed-in-lieu-of-foreclosure or pre-foreclosure sale. That’s about to change. Want to Buy a Home? Move Fast! If you concluded... Read more
How Lenders Qualify You for a Home Loan
One of the most uncomfortable things about applying for credit is the possibility of being turned down. So naturally you’d like to know what your chances are before putting yourself out there, right? Here’s what you need to know: When you apply for a mortgage, lenders evaluate your entire... Read more
Q: I’m about to look for my first mortgage, and need an intro to mortgages and things I should know before I start shopping around. Thanks! A: It’s a great idea to learn the basics before contacting mortgage lenders. Your familiarity with the following can help you find the right... Read more