June is National Homeownership Month, where we celebrate and focus on how homeownership benefits families and communities across the United States!
When someone asks how homeownership can benefit their family, there’s a lot more to it than a potentially lower monthly payment compared to renting. Here are some of the ways that homeownership can give back to you.
Spring is the start of homebuying season, and if you’re gearing up for this big purchase, you aren’t alone.
Choosing both your mortgage and your perfect home is very important, and should be done with care and contemplation. Follow these four tips to get the most out of your home purchase this year.
When trying to identify and save a bit of extra money every month, there’s hardly a better way to accomplish your goal like making a spending plan. It’s one of the best ways to take a look at all of your income channels, where your money goes every month, and finding ways to cut back on unnecessary costs.
Foreclosure can be one of the most difficult and stressful situations to go through as a homeowner. Failing to make your mortgage payments can be difficult to discuss with others, and letters or calls from your lender may be intimidating; however, taking steps to solve your mortgage issues is very important.
No one likes to hear the word “budgeting,” but it is a necessary evil when it comes to making sure to save enough for monthly expenses and emergencies that may arise. In today’s age of technology, there are many apps out there designed to make the dreaded task of budgeting much easier and less time consuming.
It’s America Saves Week! This week is dedicated to bringing organizations together from around the country to encourage Americans to save effectively and efficiently. In honor of this week, we’ll be discussing savings accounts and how you can make them work for you.
The home buying process can be confusing and overwhelming for first-time buyers, especially when faced with the large amount of necessary steps to take before you put in an offer. One of those steps you should never skip or rush through is a home inspection. Home inspections not only look for structural damage, but they can be your first indication of a presence of toxic materials.