Archives for 2013

Buying Bank Owned Property (REO)

Buying bank owned property, also called REO property (Real Estate Owned property), is significantly different than buying a short sale where the borrower's property has not yet been foreclosed. In making an offer on a bank owned property, you are making an offer directly to … [Read more...]

8 Tips for Buying A Home This Holiday Season

With the holiday season quickly approaching, there are many advantages to purchasing a home before the end of the year. With less competition and the slower real estate season in full swing, now could be the perfect time to move on the house of your dreams. Follow these tips … [Read more...]

7 Tips About Home Renovations

Whether you are renovating your home to up the value or to finally start making all of those changes you talked about when you first moved in, it's time to sit back and learn a few lessons before you begin. Home renovations are costly, time consuming but ultimately … [Read more...]

FHA Back To Work Program Waives Foreclosure, Bankruptcy, And Short Sale Waiting Periods

The FHA "Back To Work" Program Is Officially Released The minimum standards of the FHA mortgage guidelines are straight-forward.Ā  Some of the more well-known rules require mortgage applicants to show a minimum credit score of 500; to make a down-payment of at least 3.5% … [Read more...]

My Community Mortgage Loan Program

Are you a teacher, educational institutional employee, correctional officer, sheriff, police officer, firefighter, or health care worker who could use extra help buying a home? If so, the My Community MortgageĀ  option might be right for you. With My Community Mortgage, you … [Read more...]