The Member One Mortgage Team takes on six of the most common myths they run into while helping homebuyers!
You probably have your homebuying to-do list put together already, but don’t forget about this equally important to-don’t list.
Closing day: the day you sign the paperwork that legally transfers ownership of your dream home from the seller to you.
Check out this list of six less common features to consider while house hunting, courtesy of Member One’s mortgage experts.
Will the seller counter? Is there a better offer already on the table? What if you get caught in a bidding war?! We have the answers.
Winter is coming—is your home ready? Protect your biggest investment, fight off the chill, and slash your utility bills this season with these budget-conscious tips.
The sooner you start planning, the less likely you are to spend too much in last-minute desperation. Here are five tips to help you start planning ahead for financially sound festivities.
An escrow account is used to set aside money for annual property taxes and homeowners insurance. Your mortgage lender manages this account on your behalf.
You’ve started thinking about mortgages and have been hearing two very similar-sounding words: prequalification and preapproval. Are they different? Does it matter?
You’re interested in buying a home, researched the process online, and still have questions.
Ignoring signs of wear and tear in your home can cost you in the long run. Below are three areas to start inspecting now, so you’re not investing in major repairs later.
The question for owners becomes what home projects should be first on the list?