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Posted: 7/23/2021 | Read Time: 4min

What is a Good Credit Score

Interested in buying a home? Learn about credit score basics: the financial factors, how it affects mortgage interest rates and how to monitor your credit score.

Posted: 7/22/2021 | Read Time: 4min

How to Check Your Credit Score

We’ll walk you through how to check your credit score, from why it matters, what financial factors drive it up or down and how to stay on top of it all.

Posted: 7/13/2021 | Read Time: 2min

Wyndham Capital Surveys America on the Basics of Mortgages

  The majority of Americans – despite soaring home prices, lack of inventory and increasing rates – still consider homeownership a wise investment, and one-third are likely to purchase a home this year. According to a survey conducted by Atomik Research for Wyndham Capital Mortgage, more than half of the respondents (58 percent) believe they

Posted: 6/11/2021 | Read Time: 5min

6 Things LGBTQ+ Couples May Consider Before Buying a Home

LGBTQ+ couples who want to buy a home could still face a number of hurdles that make the process challenging. Skeptical? Consider a 2020 report from the National Association of Gay & Lesbian Real Estate Professionals which shows that 46 percent of LGBTQ+ renters fear they’ll face discrimination when buying a home. That’s troubling considering

Posted: 2/25/2021 | Read Time: 2min

What You Should Know Before Living in Arizona: Housing Market to the Cost of Living

If you are interested in living in Arizona, consider the Arizona housing marketing, Arizona mortgage rates and cost of living in Arizona. Then decide if The Grand Canyon State is for you. 

Category: Mortgages Purchase
Posted: 2/22/2021 | Read Time: 3min

Tips for Buying in a Seller’s Market

Purchasing a home can be a very satisfying experience. Years of hard work and dedication are rewarded in what is a huge accomplishment for most. However, purchasing a home also can pose some challenges. One of the biggest challenges can be finding the ideal home that fits your budget. Fortunately, you can determine a home’s