Buying a home can be overwhelming. Here's our step-by-step list on how to go from renter to buyer.Keep Reading
Between student loans, credit card debt, and struggling to save, it might seem like you'll never have enough for a down payment for a house. The good news? There are plenty of programs out there to help you become a homeowner.
Here's the list of professionals and tools you'll need to take care of your home.
Being a first-time homeowner can be overwhelming. Real estate agent Bill Gassett is here with tips to make it easier!
Since its introduction, the FHA mortgage program has helped thousands of people achieve the dream of owning a home. Can it help you?
Our guest poster, Bill Gassett, gives us some tips for first-time home buyers.
Coming of age during the Great Recession has given a lot of first-time buyers a fear of taking on any necessary debt. Add to the fact that most already owe tens of thousands of dollars in student loan debt and it's no wonder people are looking for a way to own a home debt-free. If you're thinking about going that route, it's definitely possible.
If you're looking for ways to get rich, or at least richer than you are now, signing a 30-year loan doesn't exactly sound like the best idea, but buying a home can be a great way to start building wealth.
Buying a home comes with a lot of benefits. Check out our list to see what you'll get when you become a homeowner.