Is Now The Right Time For You To Buy A House?

Posted by Brad Larsen // December 12, 2018


If you’re on the fence about whether now is the right time to buy a house, we’re going to tell you right up front that it is. It most definitely is! It’s true that sellers remain in the driver’s seat and that makes it tough for some buyers to get into a home. But that […]

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Is Now The Right Time To Sell Your House?

Posted by Brad Larsen // December 5, 2018


Are you asking yourself if you should sell your house? Only you can answer that question, but there are a lot of factors that can help you decide if the time is right. One thing to know is that many markets in the country right now are still experiencing sellers markets, so odds are in […]

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Why It’s Good To Worry About Your Credit Score When You Buy A House

Posted by Brad Larsen // November 28, 2018


Like it or not, your credit score is a big factor that lenders consider when trying to qualify you for a home loan. As a prospective homeowner, you’ll want to consider your credit score as importantly as your banker. Your credit score is the number one element that determines what interest rate you will pay […]

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Get The Best Home Financing Options When You Do Your Homework First!

Posted by Brad Larsen // November 21, 2018


Time for a quick study in home financing options! Knowledge is power and I’m going to school you on your options for financing your new home. What? You think it’s too late in the year to buy a home? Wrong! You can find some amazing values at this time of the year. While typically not […]

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Know Your Foreclosure Options Before Your Bank Takes Your Home

Posted by Brad Larsen // November 14, 2018


If you’re behind on your house payments, you need to know about your foreclosure options. Missing three or more mortgage payments will trigger your lender to issue a Notice of Default, or NOD, informing you of their intent to foreclose. The NOD will tell give you a date to bring the loan current before they […]

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Tell The Truth: How Close Are You Really To Foreclosure?

Posted by Brad Larsen // November 7, 2018


Foreclosure occurs when a homeowner is unable or unwilling to make their monthly mortgage payment. If you fail to make three consecutive payments on your home loan, your lender may file a Notice of Default, or NOD. The NOD informs you of the bank’s intent to foreclose on your home unless you contact your bank […]

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Save Your House When You Work Out a Forbearance Agreement With Your Lender

Posted by Brad Larsen // October 31, 2018


Consider forbearance to save your house if you’re falling behind on your mortgage. A forbearance agreement is a short term solution that provides you with an opportunity to avoid foreclosure. If you are experiencing a temporary hardship, keep reading to find out how forbearance can help you save your house until you get back on […]

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Can You Improve Your Credit Score When You Refinance Your Mortgage?

Posted by Brad Larsen // October 24, 2018


Refinancing your home mortgage can certainly help your credit score. But there are important facts you should know before you start your hunt for a new mortgage. Refinancing can save you money. Once you find a better interest rate and better terms, you will definitely improve your monthly budget. But what about your credit score? […]

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Re-Thinking Your Home Financing Options: Renting-To-Own Never Looked So Good!

Posted by Brad Larsen // October 17, 2018


These days, home financing options are plenty. Good credit or bad, you have many choices when it comes to purchasing a home. One option that doesn’t get a lot of attention is renting-to-own. Rent-to-own is also known as a lease purchase. It’s a contract between you and the seller which sets a closing date at […]

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You Can Improve Your Credit Score Fast With These Smart Tips

Posted by Brad Larsen // October 10, 2018


If you want to buy a home, you’ve got a great reason to improve your credit score. Like it or not, a borrower’s credit history dictates what kind of mortgage the bank will approve. Average credit scores are on the rise, a sure sign of recovery for the American economy after The Great Recession of […]

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