There are many reasons why you’d want to refinance your home. Maybe you want to pay off your home faster or use part of the equity you’ve built up to fund some home improvement projects. Maybe interest rates have gone down since you bought your home and you’re just looking to lower your monthly mortgage payment and save some money. Whatever the case may be, you’re going to need a solid plan and a good understanding of your financial situation to accomplish your goal. Here’s how to refinance your home and save money in the process.
If you are like many heroes, purchasing a home is one of the biggest decisions you will ever make. The loan officer you select becomes an integral part of that decision. A good loan officer can provide you value and support not just during the home purchasing process but afterwards as well.
Whether you’ve just begun your search or you’re still trying to determine if a loan officer is necessary for your home purchase, here are a few ways loan officers can add value to this vital transaction, at the point of sale and beyond.
Have you been considering buying a home but a less than perfect credit score, or a lack of savings for a down payment has been holding you back? In this post, Homes for Heroes explains how you can break through those issues with FHA Home Loans for teachers. The FHA Home Loan has been helping more teachers become homeowners due to its less restrictive credit score and minimal down payment requirements.
Have you been considering buying a home but a less than perfect credit score, or a lack of savings for a down payment has been holding you back? In this post, Homes for Heroes explains how you can break through those issues with FHA Home Loans for healthcare professionals. The FHA Home Loan has been helping more healthcare professionals become homeowners due to its less restrictive credit and minimal down payment requirements.
Home ownership is still a major part of the American dream for most people, and many can’t wait for the day when they stop renting and finally own their own home. But making that transition from renting to owning can be difficult, which is why some people take it quite literally, choosing to live in a rent-to-own home. A rent-to-own home offers a unique opportunity for many prospective home buyers. But that doesn’t always mean it’s a good idea. Rent-to-own agreements come with a lot of risk for both renters and sellers. Here’s a look at how rent-to-own homes work and why you may want to consider other options.