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Weighing these three key home-buying decisions isn’t easy, but it can help you find the best buy.
The housing market is on its way up—and that's good news for sellers and buyers.
A few simple steps can help you winterize your home this fall, keeping you safe and comfortable during the colder months -- and saving you money in the process.
Some of the easiest ways to save water often require only a slight change in our daily habits. These seemingly minor shifts, in the bigger picture, can make a lasting impact on the environment in your community and the ecosystem at large.
Closing day can be derailed by anything from loan term changes to document inconsistencies. Here’s how to prepare for those issues.
Your first home is a major purchase. Learn the common budget pitfalls that affect first-time buyers so you can close with confidence.
The Nashville area’s popularity means housing prices are on the rise, but the low cost of living and robust business climate still make the area an appealing buy.
Use this mortgage refinance calculator to compare your existing monthly mortgage payment with a refinanced loan.
Don’t think home buying red flags always take a trained eye to spot. Here are five you’ll probably see for yourself once you know where to look.
When preparing to apply for a mortgage you can go for pre-qualification, pre-approval, or both. Here’s a quick overview of each process, and what it can do for you.
All you need to know about refinancing for your home
Learn who is involved and what to expect on closing day so you can close with confidence.
Simple energy-efficient home updates like fixing leaky faucets and drafty windows can conserve energy, and be good for your pocket. Learn easy ways to go green.
Preparing for a mortgage doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Here’s what you need to know to get pre-approved, choose a mortgage and lock in your rate.
Who are today’s first-time homebuyers? Read this infographic to find out who’s buying and what steps they’re taking to find homes they can afford.
Whether you are a first-time home buyer or are in the process of making your second (or third) home purchase, having a qualified professional give your home a once over is usually a smart idea.
For many homeowners, escrow can be a confusing process. In this Q&A, two SunTrust experts answer common questions about escrow to help new owners feel confident in their financial management.
Get advice on how to financially prepare to be a caregiver and for a parent moving in.
It's a good idea to consult with a trusted financial advisor before making a final decision to invest in a home.
One key step on your home buying journey is learning how to negotiate.
Knowing all the hidden costs of home buying is key to budgeting for those expenses. Here are four expenses you may not have expected.
Following a foreclosure, the path back to homeownership may be shorter than you think. Here are tips to improve your credit and get back into a home sooner.
Property taxes vary wildly from state to state.
There are lots of financial decisions to be made when buying your first home. From interest rates to your credit score and savings goals, here’s a quick list of key things to consider.
Buying your first home is a big step that impacts your lifestyle and your finances. Follow these steps to make sure you’re financially fit and ready for the real estate market.
See what your monthly mortgage payments might be based on your loan amount, down payment, length of loan and interest rate with this mortgage payment calculator.
Did you know your escrow account makes paying the bills easier? Learn how.
From down payment costs to monthly mortgage payments, here are the questions you should ask yourself before committing to buying a home.
Waiting for a loan approval is tough, especially for first-time homebuyers. Here’s what you need to know about the approval process to feel better prepared.
Congrats, new homeowner! It’s time to celebrate closing on your home. See why eight of 10 new homeowners are happy with their investment.
The average family spends 50 to 70 percent of its utility bill on cooling and heating. Buy a programmable thermostat (available at hardware stores for less than $100).