Is renting right for you? Over one-third of America's families rent today.
Whichever security measures you choose to keep your home safe, do your research so that you can be confident with the level of protection it provides.
What is escrow and how does it affect your monthly mortgage payment?
The NFL will crown a champion this Sunday at Super Bowl LIII, but the off-the-field winner was already announced way back in 2016: The city of Atlanta.
Before you begin touring homes, here are a few tips for parents to consider.
If you have an ARM that's scheduled to adjust soon, you may want to consider the benefits of a fixed-rate mortgage while rates are still low.
If you're preparing your house to be staged, packing to move, or looking to make better use of the space you already have, here are some Marie Kondo inspired tips to help.
If you're a homeowner you've probably got ideas for home improvements... so how do DIY home projects compare to professional renovations?
Low down payment mortgage options – some requiring as little as 3% down – are available for qualified borrowers and can offer you a path to homeownership.
Approximately 63 percent of renters are satisfied with their rental experience. So, what's the key to finding the right home?
The excitement of buying a new home is frequently followed with the dread of having to move. We've put together some tips to make your move as seamless as possible.
Here are three key phases of homeownership that many people experience during their lifetime.
If one of your resolutions for 2019 is to become a homeowner, we have 6 ways to make the homebuying process easier.
For the final blog in our avoiding homebuying mistakes series we are talking about the long-term planning involved in homeownership.
We're explaining the importance of choosing a home that meets your long-run needs and stressing the first rule of real estate: location, location, location.
If you are looking to buy a house, realize that there is likely more than one "right" home for you-every property will have its pros and cons.
A home is likely the most expensive investment of your lifetime, so it is important to begin the home buying process by getting your financials in order.
Although Generation Z is early-on in adulthood, they nearly match millennial aspirations for homeownership, 97% of Generation Z believe that they will own a home in the future.
As you begin to make your holiday wish list, you might also consider creating a homebuying wish list.
Finding the answer is one of the most important questions you'll have to answer when buying a home. Learn what matters most.
This month, in the spirt of giving, we partnered with Habitat for Humanity and other local community leaders to celebrate Habitat NOVA's 100th family served with a CEO Build.
To protect yourself, learn all you can about the rental process and watch for these red flags.
Learning strong lifelong money management skills can help you feel confident about your financial health no matter what obstacles arise.
Here are some helpful tips to keep the cold outside and you and your family warm inside.
Your dream home is haunted. Are you still interested?
Starting the loan application process can be overwhelming, but even more so for borrowers who are self-employed.
If you're buying a home from afar you can beat a great deal of the stress with preparation and a strong support system.
If you've struggled to pay your rent recently, know that you’re not alone.
The Western states have shown strong gains in equity this past year. What can you expect?
What if owning a pet could predict if you're more likely to rent or own a home?
Look to build your nest egg and reach your homebuying goal with these tips.
Buying new construction can provide you with exciting choices, but the buying process is different and warrants some tips for success.
Learn how to protect yourself and your smart devices from cyber criminals.
With 2018 coming to an end, will the housing market see a fourth quarter comeback?
Today's market is competitive and bidding wars are not uncommon. So, how do you "win" this war?
Don't know a garden-style apartment property from a walk-up? Learn about the different types of multifamily rental housing.
30 years may sound like a lifetime with many unknowns, but a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage can provide you with many comforting certainties.
When you learn that a major storm is headed your way, you can never be too prepared. Read up and follow these practical tips from families who've been in your shoes.
Here are five prevalent manufactured housing myths and the facts that debunk them.
After years of increasing home prices, the tide is turning to benefit buyers.
Did you know that the United States has one the most affordable housing markets in the world? It's true.
If you're a first-time homebuyer, ask yourself: Am I ready for the "homebuying" lingo? Your words are important and we're here to help you talk wisely.
If you're renting and have flexibility with where you can call home, it's important to look deeper than just the rent payment itself. There are other important factors to consider
In real estate, the adage "location, location, location" still holds true, but for three-quarters of buyers, this really means "school district, school district, school district."
There are more renter households today than at any point since at least 1965. Learn why.
If you're a homeowner who has been impacted by the California wildfires, contact your mortgage company right away to discuss your mortgage relief options.
Finding the right location is an important factor when looking to buy a home.
Strong and steady. That's how our transformation is showing up in our financial and business results.
We took our innovative Multifamily Small Balance Loan Lab pop-up to the Big Apple for a high-energy morning of closing deals.
Ask yourself these questions so you're prepared for emergencies or natural disasters.