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Tips on house-hunting, saving for a home and getting the best deal on your new house after getting married.
article by Anna Sachse - CTW Features | posted on July 29, 2012 at 7:00am
With all the details that go into organizing a once-in-a-lifetime party for 50, 100, 200 or more of your nearest and dearest, it’s easy to forget that life goes on after the big day is over. Even if you dated for years and/or lived together before the wedding, the weeks and months that follow can sometimes be a bumpy road. But planning for the potential downs should make them a little easier to…
article by Dave Lukow | posted on September 20, 2011 at 11:34am
Linda Mallia knows lending. The president of Hunt Mortgage, Mallia has spent more than 25 years dealing with prospective homeowners who are attempting to secure financing. She’s seen dreams realized, and she’s seen them shattered. As her experience and status would suggest, Mallia has a firm grasp of what those looking for loans will need. “The first thing you do is present a lender with…
article by Mark Ciemcioch | posted on September 20, 2011 at 11:28am
Buying a home is considered the most important financial decision a couple will make in their lifetime, and for those considering making the leap into homeownership for the first time, the process can seem positively daunting. Here’s a quick primer about the questions you should be asking yourself if you’re thinking about buying a home. The Size • Who’s going to live in your future…
article by CTW Features | posted on September 20, 2011 at 11:14am
It’s the classic newlywed image: the happy groom carrying his beautiful bride through the doorway of their new house. Emphasis on house. Following the mortgage meltdown, tighter lending standards and higher down-payment requirements have made it more difficult to secure financing for a new house. But for couples looking to make their first home sweet home, it’s worth noting that buying a home…
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