April, 2021

What to Do With Spot When Buying a Home

What to Do With Spot When Buying a Home

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Buying a home in another location far away can be challenging in terms of logistics as well as moving, but it becomes additionally harder for pet owners who may not be able to take their bigger animals with them right away. Oftentimes folks may have to prepare a newly-bought home for a pet, make multiple moving trips, or might not be able to take the new pet to the location at all for a while. All of these situations can be frustrating and difficult for both the pet and owner. Some available solutions can make some sense depending on the situation.

Home Buying Horror Stories: How Buying a Home Can Go Wrong – and How to Avoid These Mistakes

Home Buying Horror Stories: How Buying a Home Can Go Wrong – and How to Avoid These Mistakes

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When you buy a home, you may have dreams of settling into a beautiful new space that meets your needs and that your family can feel comfortable in. While many will enjoy this vision of domestic tranquility after taking ownership of their dream home, others have had their dream turn into a veritable nightmare due to some simple mistakes or oversights on their part.

Stimulus Checks And Your New Mortgage

Stimulus Checks And Your New Mortgage

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Most of the focus on stimulus checks has been on “when” they will arrive, but if you are in the market for a new home (and mortgage) you should know how that payment will impact your financing. Part of the latest Covid 19 relief package includes payments and protections for existing borrowers and renters, but what about those who are looking to buy? According to the IRS, here are a few things to know about how your stimulus impacts your upcoming mortgage.

The Potential Pitfalls of Buying a Second Home for Income

The Potential Pitfalls of Buying a Second Home for Income

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Aside from owning a business, owning rental property has been one of the top investment choices for people, most commonly done through buying a second home. Handled right, income properties can generate significant gains for investors, both in terms of real estate appreciation as well as monthly income from tenants.

What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – April 26, 2021

What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – April 26, 2021

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Last week’s scheduled economic news included readings on sales of new and previously-owned homes and weekly reports on jobless claims and mortgage rates.

March Sales of Previously-owned Homes Dip; New Home Sales Rise

Sales of single-family homes fell in March as demand for homes exceeded availability. 6.01 million previously-owned homes were sold in March on a seasonally-adjusted annual basis; analysts expected a pace of 6.11 million sales based on February’s reading of 6.24 million sales of existing homes. The March reading for sales of pre-owned homes was 3.70 percent lower year-over-year and was the lowest sales pace reported since August 2020.