This post comes to you in partnership with Refily. This post is by me (Eric) and features my own opinions. There were several significant milestones where I felt like a real grown-up, and one of them was getting my first mortgage. But I felt like a financially savvy grown-up after refinancing that mortgage, and another […]
I worked hard to pay off my car loan in half the time, my student loans in two years, and the only debt I have left is my mortgage. That is something my friend Steve Stewart and I don’t have in common. As of next week, he is completely debt free. In celebration of his mortgage payoff,
Buying a home can be intimidating. In September 2011, I bought my first home. I went through the process to find a place, get a mortgage, and close with the help and support of a great realtor and my own local market knowledge. Below you will find the full guide to how I found a
Owning a home is still a large part of the American Dream. While that dream has shifted in recent years with the housing bubble, it is still a goal for many and an investment that can pay off in the long-term.
About a month ago, I bought a new house! This is the second home I’ve owned, but the new house is my first time owning a single-family home not connected to any other units. I feel so grown up! I could not have bought such a great home without a mortgage, similar to many other young
Do you realize how many types of mortgages are offered today? You most likely know about some of the most common, but what are the true details of these mortgage types? And what are the other types of mortgages that are offered? Is your mortgage right for your situation? Let’s first explore the various types