Tag Archive: First Time Home Buyer

Five Factors that Prove You’re Worthy of a Mortgage

January 7, 2015 by Leave a comment

Have you read or heard reports about tougher mortgage lending guidelines? If so, you might fear applying for a mortgage—although you feel ready to purchase. This is a normal feeling, but you shouldn’t let fear stop you from moving forward. Just because getting a home loan has become harder in recent years doesn’t mean you... View Article

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Percentage of First-Time Home Buyers Drops

November 7, 2014 by Leave a comment

Numbers released recently by the National Association of Realtors show that only 33% of home purchases in 2014 will be made by first-time buyers. That may not sound terrible on paper, but it means a drop of 5% from last year, and the lowest rate in almost three decades. But why is this happening, when... View Article

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Three Goals for First-Time Homebuyers

October 6, 2014 by 1 Comment

You may like the idea of owning your own place, but according to a recent news report, many would-be first-time homebuyers are sitting on the sidelines due to fear of rejection. It’s no secret that mortgage guidelines have become stricter in recent years. Despite having adequate income to afford regular monthly payments, many discover that... View Article

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