Guide To Qualifying For A Mortgage As A Non-U.S. Citizen
Owning a home is still very much a part of the American dream. However, did you know that non-U.S. citizens can also enjoy this? While there are challenges to homeownership if you are not a citizen, know that lenders are open to extending credit to non-citizen homebuyers.
Let's look at how you...
"Can I Buy Land And Build A House With An FHA Loan?"
If you want to build your dream home but you're having a hard time meeting the requirements of a conventional loan, we've got good news for you. An FHA Construction loan provides you with more flexible lending requirements, giving moderate-income families the opportunity at...
“Can I Use My Equity To Buy Another House?”
Buying a second home is a dream come true for many. Whether it’s a retirement home, a vacation home, or your first step toward real estate, investing in a second property is a notable achievement in your portfolio. Like a first-time home purchase, a second property requires a down...
Closing Costs: What Are They and How Much Will You Pay?
A down payment is not the only thing you need to have when closing on your loan. Closing costs are expenses you pay the lender for the various services they provide for the approval of your mortgage.
Let’s dive into what closing costs are and how much you can expect to pay.
Is Buying a Foreclosure Smart for a First-Time Buyer?
If you are looking to buy a home but are worried that you can't afford monthly payments, why not consider a foreclosure as your first home?
A foreclosed home is usually owned by a bank or lender and sold at prices way below its market value. Who knows, you may just hit the jackpot by purchasing...
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