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5 Maintenance Tips to Help You Maintain Your Homes Value

According to Forbes, homeowners spend an average of $1,200 per month (or between 1-4% of their home's value) to keep their homes in good condition. They do so to guarantee the safety and comfort of their families and preserve the investment value of their homes.

Saving Money Can Be a Pain in The @$#%! Refinance & Save Up To $3000

Refinance Now! Saving money can be tough. If you're looking for ways to save money, you may have missed the most obvious place - your mortgage! While there are several reasons one may wish to refinance their mortgage, the key takeaway is that it can save you money.

Lost Your Job? Here's How to Keep Your Home

If You've Recently Lost Your Job, Here's How You Can Prevent Mortgage Default. Even if you're unemployed, you can still avoid mortgage default by following the advice below! Mortgage payments are the first expense out of our paychecks every month.

What to do if Your Property Tax Increases

Owning property is the ultimate goal for many of us. However, aspiring homeowners don't always realize that one cost, property taxes on their home, can go up or down every year. Actions homeowners take such as home improvement to increase the value of the home, can result in a bigger property tax bill.

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Use our Mortgage Calculator to estimate your monthly mortgage payment. You can input a different home price, down payment, loan term, and interest rate to see how your monthly payment changes.

Mortgage myths on the internet can make it harder to understand what goes into being a homeowner. Get your facts straight below!