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13 Feb

10 Questions to Ask Your Mortgage Lender

2017-11-29T00:05:50+00:00February 13th, 2016|Homebuying Tips, Las Vegas, Mortgage News|

One of THE MOST important stages in the home-buying process is finding a reputable lender or mortgage broker to handle your transaction. A good lender will respect that you work hard for your money — and you want to spend it wisely. After running a credit check, your lender will present you with options for [...]

21 Jul

5 Financial Perks of Being a First Time Homebuyer

2017-11-29T22:46:23+00:00July 21st, 2015|Homebuying Tips, Las Vegas|

A number of tax benefits come with being a homeowner — but you’ve got some work to do if you want to take full advantage. All of those forms you filled out to buy your house were just the beginning.  First-time homeowners have years of mortgage and insurance paperwork to look forward to, and, of [...]

30 Jun

How a Typo Can Derail Your Mortgage

2017-12-01T08:49:27+00:00June 30th, 2015|Homebuying Tips, Las Vegas|

The information you submit on your mortgage loan application should be accurate. This might seem like a no-brainer, but you may not realize the impact even a minor mistake could have on your application. When you apply for a home mortgage loan, your lender inputs the information you provide for the purposes of getting a [...]

18 Mar

10 Questions to Ask Your Mortgage Lender

2017-11-28T23:57:49+00:00March 18th, 2015|Homebuying Tips, Las Vegas|

Ultimately, your dreams of owning a home start and end with your mortgage lender, because they have the power to give you or deny you the money needed to buy. Therefore, having clear communication with your lender throughout the home buying process should be one of your top priorities. Aside from the basic questions such [...]

16 Dec

Buy a Home with 3% Down!

2017-12-01T00:13:13+00:00December 16th, 2014|Homebuying Tips, Mortgage News|

Many people may not be aware that you can buy a home with as little as 3% down. It's true! And not only that, it's a conventional loan (as opposed to FHA or VA). Historically, conventional loans have required as much as 25% down. Thanks to our  Agency Portfolio Conforming Program, first time home buyers [...]