Last year first-time buyers made up 33 percent of all home buyers.1 Can learning what they did to make homeownership a reality help you do the same? This video breaks it down.
When it comes to the amount of money you need to put down toward a home, there may be more flexibility—and you may have more options—than you think.
Here’s a closer look at today’s first-time homebuyers and how they’re preparing for ownership.
While the adage, “first comes love, then comes marriage,” may ring true, for many millennials, “first comes home, then comes marriage.”
Whether you’re a first-time home buyer or a long-term owner, here are the common budgeting mistakes to avoid.
Knowing all the hidden costs of home buying is key to budgeting for those expenses. Here are four expenses you may not have expected.
From “APR” to “Balloon”, mortgage acronyms and terms can be confusing. Learn definitions of the most commonly confused language.
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.
Even with heavy student loans, making the leap from renter to homeowner is possible. Start with these three easy steps.
It's a good idea to consult with a trusted financial advisor before making a final decision to invest in a home.
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