Six things you might not know are hurting your home

Don’t be fooled by these not-so-innocent problems As homeowners, we do our best to take care of maintenance needs as they arise: maintaining the yard, tightening a loose railing, cleaning out the gutters. But what about problems that aren’t so obvious … or that appear harmless on the surface? Chances … Read More

FHA loan limits to increase in most of U.S. in 2019

Source:  HousingWire The Federal Housing Administration announced its new loan limits for 2019, and it looks like most of the country will see an increase. In high-cost areas, the new FHA loan limit ceiling increased to $726,525, up from $679,650 in 2018. The FHA will also increase its floor to … Read More

Buying a home with government assistance

Think you’re not able to buy your own home? Think again – these government-backed loans are ready to help you even if you are struggling to save for a down payment or have less than perfect credit. FHA loan FHA loans typically come with competitive interest rates, and smaller down than … Read More

House-hunting? Learn How to Stay Focused.

If you’ve been thinking about buying a home of your own for some time now, you’ve probably come up with a list of things that you’d LOVE to have in your new home. Many new homebuyers fantasize about amenities they see on TV or Pinterest, and start looking at homes … Read More

Five Star Award Winners

Congratulations to Susan Meitner, Paul Benyovszky, Kevin Berju, and Louis Tulio for being among an elite group of professionals honored with the Five Star award in Philadelphia. The Five Star Mortgage Professional award recognizes professionals who excel in client satisfaction. All award winners are chosen after undergoing rigorous research, including … Read More

Yes, You Can Buy a Home in a Tight Real Estate Market

The “perfect” home may be hard to find now, but today’s rising home prices and interest rates combined with low inventory could significantly impact the cost of waiting. Looking at south carolina coastal properties is much more exciting when you feel like there is a genuine possibility that one of … Read More

How to Go from a Graduate to a First Time Homebuyer

You finally did it. Four long years of pulling all-nighters, acing exams, and writing research papers paid off, and you graduated college. So, now what? Maybe you already have a job lined up, but there’s a good chance you’re not quite ready to buy a house. For the fast-track to … Read More

FHA Has Increased Loan Limits for 2018

The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) announced a new schedule of loan limits that will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2018. In high-cost areas of the country, FHA’s loan limit ceiling will increase from $636,150 to $679,650, while its floor will increase from $275,665 to $294,515. The national mortgage limit for … Read More

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