What Do Renters Save For
What Do Renters Save For?
Building a Better System
Building a Better System
How it Works Blog Series
How it Works Blog Series

Down Payments and PMI: Get the Facts

Down Payments and PMI: Get the Facts

Does word on the street have you believing you need to put 20% down to buy a home? The fact is that you don't and we encourage you to do your homework and work with a housing professional to find the best option for you. More

Who Let the Bugs In?

Who Let the Bugs In?

Spring has sprung and so have the bugs and rodents seeking to invade homes. Whether you are looking at homes to purchase or are a homeowner, there's no time like the present to inspect a home's exterior, especially after the long winter season, which can make it more inviting to house-hunting pests. More

In the Mix

In the Mix

With new home sales data in for March, we’re currently running 153,000 home sales (non-seasonally adjusted) below what we saw in March of 2007, however, we’re already ahead of last year’s home sales at the same time. More

Cities that Gained the Most New Residents

Cities that Gained the Most New Residents

About three-quarters of U.S. metropolitan areas added to their populations between July 2014 and July 2015, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. In total, the number of people living in metro areas grew by 2.5 million during those 12 months, to 275.3 million. More

Homework and a Home Purchase

Homework and a Home Purchase

Before making a major purchase, consumers are routinely advised to “do their homework first.” What does this mean in the context of buying a house? It’s more than just getting your financial house in order – you also need to study where you live now. More

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