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How to start preapproval for a mortgage
Prequalifying can save every homebuyer a lot of time and show a seller you're in a financial position to purchase a home.
What percentage of your income should go towards your mortgage
Buying your dream home? This handy guide will help you decide exactly how much of your income you can reasonably dedicate to mortgage payments every month.
How to qualify for a jumbo mortgage loan
To get a jumbo loan, you need to meet certain requirements and provide proof. Find out if you qualify for a jumbo mortgage.
What is an iBuyer?
An iBuyer is a technology company in the business of buying and selling real estate. Learn how iBuyers work and the pros and cons of working with one.
Fair market value (FMV) defined
Fair market value (FMV) is a property's projected value using current market conditions. Learn how FMV is determined, why it's important, and more.
5 common house styles in the U.S
If you’re on the house hunt or simply looking for a few architectural fun facts, knowing the common house styles in the U.S. can be helpful. Learn more here.
Mortgage assistance options to consider
If you find yourself in need of mortgage assistance, know what options are available. Learn more in this article.
What is property tax and how is it calculated?
Property taxes help cover local government services and are a part of every homeowner’s reality. Learn about how property taxes are calculated and how they work.
What is a warranty deed?
A warranty deed is the document that helps ensure the lawful transfer of ownership between the seller and the buyer. Learn what it is and why it's important.
Understanding the ins and outs of property value
Property value is the amount a property is worth at any given point in time. Learn what factors make property value to increase or decrease.
What is sweat equity?
Sweat equity may increase the value of your home. Learn what sweat equity means in real estate, how it works and more.
Encroachment: what it is and what it means in real estate
Encroachment in real estate is when one party impinges on another party’s property. Learn what encroachment in real estate means, how it is settled, and more.