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Here are the key milestones you’ll encounter on your path to homeownership.
If you’ve recently decided you’re ready to become a homeowner, chances are you’re trying to figure out what to do first.
Does the rising cost of just about everything these days make your dream of owning your own home feel less within reach?
If you’re thinking about selling your house, you may have heard the supply of homes for sale is still low, and that means your house should stand out to buyers who are craving more options.
Even with so much data showing home prices are actually rising in most of the country, there are still a lot of people who worry there will be another price crash in the immediate future.
Here are a few reasons you may not want to hold off until the new year to sell your house.
Everyone has their own idea of the American Dream, and it’s different for each person.
If you’re worried about a coming recession, you’re not alone.
When it comes to what’s happening in the housing market, there’s a lot of confusion going around right now.
Here are three reasons why homeowners feel thankful for their homes.
Countless people have set out on the exciting journey of homeownership.
If you’re feeling a bit muddy on what’s happening with home prices, that’s no surprise.
If you’re looking to make a move, you want to be sure you have the latest information on the housing market.
This time every year, homeowners who are planning to move have a decision to make: sell now or wait until after the holidays?
Thinking of buying or selling a house and wondering what the new year holds for the housing market?
If you’re thinking about buying or selling a home, you might have heard that it’s tough right now because mortgage rates are higher than they’ve been over the past few years, and home prices are rising.
The new year is right around the corner, and you might be wondering if 2024 will be the right time to buy or sell a home.
If you’re considering buying a home or selling your current one to find something that better suits your needs, you may have questions about what’s happening with home prices today.
Life is a journey filled with unexpected twists and turns, like the excitement of welcoming a new addition, retiring and starting a new adventure, or the bittersweet feeling of an empty nest.
VA home loans can help people who served our country become homeowners.
For more than 79 years, Veterans Affairs (VA) home loans have helped millions of veterans buy their own homes.
Are you dreaming of buying your own home and wondering about how you’ll save for a down payment? You’re not alone.
If you’re weighing your options to decide whether it makes more sense to rent or buy a home today, here’s one key data point that could help you feel more confident in making your decision.
As the year winds down, you may have decided it’s time to make a move and put your house on the market.
If you’re ready to buy a home but are having a hard time affording it on your own, or, if you have aging loved ones you need to care for, you might want to consider a multi-generational home.
According to the latest data from Fannie Mae, 23% of Americans still think home prices will go down over the next twelve months.
Maybe you’re in the market for a home and are having a hard time finding the right one that fits your budget.
If you’ve been following the news recently, you might have seen articles about an increase in foreclosures and bankruptcies.
Do negative headlines and talk on social media have you feeling worried about the housing market?