Find out exactly how adjustable rate mortgages (ARMs) work, how and when they adjust, and whether they are they good or bad? Whether you wondering if you should get an adjustable rate mortgage or if you want to understand your own adjustable rate mortgage, we break it down for you.
For every story of someone making a lot of money off of buying a home, there seems to be another of a homeowner experience gone awry. So what’s the deal? How do you know if your home is going to be a good investment? Here, we break it down for you so you can know how to know if your home will be a good investment or not.
Did you know that women homeowners and home buyers outpace men? See that stats on single women home buyers, as well as the breakdown on married and unmarried couples.
Many couples dream of buying property together. For any number of reasons, only one of you may end up on the mortgage, or on title, for that matter. If that’s the case for you, what do you need to know? Read about the benefits and the risk if one spouse is on the mortgage and/or title and the other is not.
It pays to shop around for interest rates. Studies show that you can save about $1,200 just by being aware of different interest rates that you are eligible for. That's a lot of money!
When you go on the internet looking at rates, you will come across many sites with interest rates posted. These are called rate charts, and they generally have a place to enter your loan information and your credit score, and then display "your rates".