When buying a home, it feels like the costs really add up quickly. You’re faced with various fees and costs that could be tied to the mortgage – or simply being a homeowner in general.
Purchasing a home is undoubtedly a big investment! If you’ve been on the fence about whether or not you want to be a homeowner, you’re not alone.
There is often nothing more devastating than having to file bankruptcy. The fear of the implications of bankruptcy can often lead people to worry about the future and how they will still be able to accomplish their goals.
If you’re thinking of buying a home, you may have been told that you should save enough money to cover a 20% down payment. If you can’t, your lender may force you to pay PMI before they agree to your loan.
If you’re thinking about selling your home or vacation property, there are a lot of bases to cover before putting your piece of real estate on the market.
2015 was a huge year for Homeside Financial. Between winning #1 Best Place to Work, adding over 100 new individuals who represent the nation's top talent, flourishing and expanding into vital new markets, and crushing growth and revenue goals, Homeside took the year by storm.
Many first time home buyers are taken by surprise when they receive a paper in the mail stating the amount of their Homeowner’s Association dues. Perhaps they did not budget for these dues when they planned to purchase the home.
When you're looking for a new home, a thousand questions are probably going through your head. Here are 4 very important and influential questions that could impact your decision when buying a home, but are also frequently forgotten:
Before you make the commitment to buy a home, make sure you have a full understanding of all the out-of-pocket costs that you may incur. With a solid understanding of the down payment and closing costs, you can come to your closing feeling confident and will have a home buying experience without any surprises.