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Everything you need to know about paying for your next home
To get a loan from a lender to buy property, you need a good credit score, decent debt-to-income ratio, and a handle on how much house you can really afford.
Many first-time home buyers struggle with a loan down payment. Here's how much you need—and how credit, taxes, debt and income factor in.
Getting pre-approved for a loan is important, and different from getting pre-qualified. Here's how to prep your credit history and finances.
Should you get a conventional loan or an FHA loan? An adjustable-rate mortgage or fixed loan? Answers ahead.
The right loan can save money. Here's how to compare lenders' mortgage programs, interest rates, how taxes fit in, and what to do if you're in debt or self-employed.
If a lender's appraised value of a home is higher or lower than what you agreed to pay, it could affect whether you qualify for a loan.
Closing day is the day your mortgage is official—and you get the keys to your property! Here's what to expect when your mortgage gets real.
A loan refinance with lenders can save money. Here's how property owners can use home equity lines of credit, reverse mortgages, and other loan refinance options.
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