You never thought the day would come that the little baby you held in your arms is ready to buy their first home, yet, has no clue what they're doing. Although they are independent for the most part by now, here is an opportunity where you get to actually feel like a parent again in helping them with the process.
Nobody likes to be forgotten, especially during the home buying process. Considering features in a home for an animal is parallel to considering features for children. It's important during the search process to be prepared in knowing what everyone in your family is going to need to feel comfortable after the big move; including your animals that you're bringing along with you.
At the Eustis Family of Companies we consider it a privilege to of loans to our veterans that have served protecting our freedoms.
Finding the perfect home to purchase isn't easy, but if the buyer feels confident in the future about the buy, they're willing to go the distance. Being the most competitive time for the housing market in history has buyers stretching their budgets in order to insure they win the bidding war for the home of their dreams.
Millennials are working hard in their early careers right now and most likely saving up by rooming with friends or family. They are becoming aware that renting on their own is looking more and more less likely of a good idea as rent prices rise.
With so many different things to take care of in order to live the American Dream, it seems impossible to pay anything off before or event after retirement.
The first taste of living by your own rules can feel pretty liberating, but can feel burdening if your future plans keep haunting you in your sleep.
Find out why a total of 169,161 military personnel are already projected to take advantage of VA Home Loan Benefits this year!
This month, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary, Julián Castro, awarded $500 million to Louisiana, Texas and West Virginia as part of the HUD’s Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery Program. The motion was approved by President Barack Obama on September 29, 2016, when he signed the Continuing Resolution into law. With this resolution, the Department of Housing and Urban Development could allocate $500 million “in the most impacted and distressed areas” that experienced natural disasters before September 29 of this year.