Your kids are finally out of the house—So now what? what’s your next plan? You no longer have to rush around to football games or doing multiple loads of laundry a day. It’s time to think about yourself and where you want to live in this next phase of your life.
Congratulations on becoming a new homeowner! You've bought your dream home but now what? It's time to make your house a home. You will want to create an environment for yourself that is both rewarding and inviting.
The new school year has snuck up on us again! As much as we prepare, we can probably agree that we’re never fully ready. As summer begins to wind down, it may be helpful to ready your home for the upcoming school year.
Student loans are vital for some to achieve educational goals but could have adverse effects after graduation. There are more than 44 million borrowers who collectively owe $1.5 trillion in student loan debt, according to personal finance site Make Lemonade. The idea of buying a home in the future seems impossible for these graduates, but it doesn’t have to be this way. You can buy a home with this debt, you just have to make wise choices during the process.
Plants not only create a living space that is soothing to be in, but they also enhance your mood and health. Caring for a plant gives us a purpose and can be rewarding watching it bloom and thrive. Natural mood boosters, plants also aid in loneliness and depression. Whether you live in a small apartment, or a large house, introducing plants into your home will improve your overall health and happiness.
Staging is so important when it comes to selling a home. A visually unappealing home can cost you a buyer. A proper stage emphasizes your property’s strengths and allows the potential buyer to see it as its maximum potential.
You heard correct. You now have more options for rehabilitation financing. Freddie Mac just launched the CHOICERenovation loan. You can now combine your home and renovation loan together when you choose Freddie Mac during your home purchase. This loan is the perfect loan to purchase that less than perfect home.
Choosing a mortgage can be a little intimidating for first time homebuyers. One thing to remember is mortgages are not created equal. There is no one mortgage to fit everyone. You have to consider all of your personal and financial needs when choosing to make sure you pick the best option you see fit for your lifestyle. Here is a brief description to give you an introduction to the most common type of loan options: