Buying a home is an exciting time, but there can be setbacks. In this article we’ll share 5 potential setbacks that home buyers will need to come to terms with to make a successful purchase.
Last weekâs housing related news was minimal, but a Federal Reserve survey of senior loan officers revealed that although credit standards for commercial and industrial loans as well as credit cards are easing, current mortgage credit standards are more stringent than in 2005.
Buying a home is a huge step for people who are ready to make an investment in their future. Getting a great deal on a home is just as important and knowing how much to offer could be confusing.
If you are considering selling your home, you may be wondering if there are things that you can do to increase your sale price.
When it comes to basement renovations, few projects add as much value and opportunity for entertainment as adding in a basement bar.
Homeowners who are struggling to make their monthly mortgage payments can make it easier on themselves by cutting costs in other areas. Learning how to budget effectively will likely enable homeowners to pay their mortgage payments on-time, every time.
As exciting as selling a home should be, there’s no denying that it can be a stressful endeavor for those interested in making their home an attractive option for buyers.
Last weekâs economic news included a number of housing related reports. According to the National Association of REALTORS, pending home sales dropped by 1.10 percent in June. The S P Case-Shiller Home Price Index reports for May noted that home prices are growing at a slower rate of 9.30 percent year-over-year than April’s year-over-year growth rate of 10.80 percent.