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Financing

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Mortgage and Financing
 
To enhance your buying experience, it’s my job as a real estate professional to provide you with as much valuable information as possible. I feel it's essential that you be made aware of as many aspects of financing your home, before you even start looking.
 
Whether it be through newsletters, checklists or news articles, I am here to help make this process stress-free and rewarding.
 
 
 
 
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Arranging your mortgage... a simplified approach
Buying a home today is an extremely attractive proposition. Interest rates are at their lowest in decades and the housing market is full of homes to suit just about any budget or family requirement. Still, you'll inevitably have to deal with financing and this will mean taking on a mortgage.
Learn how to cut years off your mortgage
With today’s low interest rates, deciding to buy a home is one of the best decisions anyone can make. Financing such a big purchase, however, often means combining savings with money borrowed through a financial arrangement, commonly referred to as a mortgage.
Match the home you buy to your pocketbook
Your “dream home” can easily become a nightmare when most of your money goes to pay the mortgage and there’s little left over for anything else. Overextending yourself financially is the quickest way to destroy the excitement of home ownership and add stress to your life.
What can you afford to pay each month?
If you're thinking of purchasing your first home, you probably have a lot of great ideas about what you'd like - such as several thousand square feet of living space, a two-car garage, large fenced-in lot, one or two fireplaces and a panoramic view. But it may be time for a reality check.
How to save for your down payment
Owning your own home has a lot of payoffs, especially these days when mortgage rates are still among the lowest in 30 years. There are also many housing options available in a wide range of prices.
Learn how to pay down your mortgage faster
Buying a home is probably the best investment you will ever make. That’s because you can pay off your mortgage and build equity in your home over time. Renters on the other hand will continue to pay rent and will likely see their rent payments increase significantly as time goes by.
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