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FHA Personal Mortgage Insurance (MIP) Removal If you’re a homeowner with a mortgage backed by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), you’ve probably been paying a monthly fee known as mortgage insurance premium (MIP). You may have heard that MIP..


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How to Get Rid of MIP Premiums on an FHA Loan

FHA Mortgage Insurance removal can be done in several ways like refinancing or automatic removal.

Effectively Determine Your Home's Selling Price

Choosing a price to list your home is no simple task.

Five Common Home Pricing Mistakes and How To Avoid Them

When it’s time to sell your home, selling it for the right price that coincides with the current local housing marketing is key.

Property Taxes: Everything You Need to Know

Property taxes are essential to the growth of communities. Discover their impact on you and your home.

FHA Loan

Do you want to buy your own home, but are afraid you won’t qualify for a loan? If you are a young first-time buyer or any buyer building up your credit, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) loan could be for you.

Find Out if a Property has a Lien

Making sure there are no liens on your home is an important part of the home buying process.

What to Look for in a House You Plan to Retire in

Whether it’s finances, your health or you’re looking for a change in environment, purchasing a new home to live in after you retire is an important decision.

What’s the Best Time of the Month to Close on a House?

There are many options to consider in choosing your closing date, but there are 3 main choices that impact the timing of your first monthly payment and how much you will pay in closing costs on the closing date.

What Do Buyers and Sellers Pay in Closing Costs?

In the end, it is inevitable that buyers and sellers both must pay closing costs.

Why Buying a Home at the End of the Year Will Pay Off

If you are looking to score the best deal on your potential home, your best bet is to buy during the colder months.

Discover Your Mortgage Options

If you’re thinking of buying a home or refinancing, we’re here to help. Start the loan process from right where you are.