Most people believe they are ineligible for a loan when they have poor credit. This isn’t true at all. There are programs that work with lenders to assist in providing a home to those whose credit needs some work. In this article, we’ll look at the two main programs the best mortgage lenders in Texas […]
Purchasing a home in Texas is not an impulse buy. From appraisals and inspections to closing costs and down payments, it can take years to save the upfront cash required. However, thanks to low-down-payment loans now on the market, homeowners can have keys in hand to that home for sale with significantly less cash out […]
If you’ve thought about buying a house in the Lone Star State, you’re not alone. It’s a great place to live! You might wonder how to get a mortgage in Texas, so we’ve put together a list of what you should know about Texas home loans. TDHCA (Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs) Texas […]
Do you seem more comfortable surrounded by pastures than pavement? If so, buying a home in a rural setting might be well within reach, thanks to the U.S. Department of Agriculture mortgage program. In fact, the USDA has one of the government’s least-known mortgage assistance programs. Issued through the USDA loan program, also known as […]
If you’re a first-time home buyer in Texas, you’re probably already overwhelmed just thinking about the whole process. There are so many steps you’ll have to do that it may feel like you’ll never get the keys to your dream home. We hope the advice in this article can help you better understand this aspect of the home buying process.
With rental vacancies at historic lows, and rental rates stronger than ever, many renters are considering becoming first-time homebuyers. However, some potential new homeowners may be held back by what they think they know, even if their preconceived ideas are incorrect. GoBankingRates.com posted 7 Common Myths About Home Buying this week, and the number one […]
Potential homeowners who want to realize the dream of owning a home, but think it is out of their reach because they don’t have the down payment saved up or a high income, may still qualify for a mortgage. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Development program provides opportunities for homeownership by guaranteeing no-down payment mortgages […]