3 Chase mortgage resources to use before buying a home
Whether it’s figuring out how much home you can afford, understanding different financing options, or navigating the closing process, there are several steps along the way. Fortunately, you don't have to go it alone. A Chase Home Lending Advisor can help, and there are several online mortgage resources available as well.
10 Things to know before getting a mortgage
Conventional wisdom tells us mortgages are good debt because homes typically appreciate in value, but that doesn't mean you should get a mortgage without careful research. Make sure you understand the following points before buying a home.
The 15 steps of the mortgage process
Whether you're a first-time homebuyer or a seasoned pro, the mortgage process can sometimes seem complex. You've been saving for a home, so where do you go from here? We've laid out the mortgage below to help you navigate the homebuying journey.
Common questions about mortgages
Are you ready to buy a home, but not sure how it all works? Navigating the homebuying journey can be intimidating, so we're answering the most common questions to give you a head start on getting a mortgage with Chase.
5 tips for millennial homebuyers
The millennial housing market is being shaped by a new kind of buyer who delays homeownership and is interested in smaller houses than their predecessors. Here are five tips for millennials who are just wading into the home buying pool.
How to find the perfect home
Buying a home can be an exciting new adventure, and having the right guidance can make it easier. With so many homes available and so many factors to consider, you may not know what to look for. Put your worries to rest with these helpful tips for finding the perfect home so you can get started on your search today.
5 advantages of buying a new home
Whether you're buying a recently built home or one that's under construction, there are several benefits to going brand new. Here are five.
How to buy a home - Initial steps
Buying a home can be the largest purchase many of us make in our lifetime and, while exciting, can also be stressful. With so many factors to consider and so many online sources available, it can be difficult to know where to start.
5 common reasons the homebuying process moves slowly
When you've found a home you love and can't wait to call it yours, the homebuying process can seem like it moves at a snail's pace. It might take you a day to find your dream home but can often take up to 60 days to close. This waiting period isn't intended to drive you crazy. There are reasons it moves at the pace it does. Here are the top five.