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Understanding Mortgage Interest Interest Rate Factors When lenders set your mortgage interest rate, they consider a wide range of factors, including your credit, loan term, home price and down payment, and whether it’s a fixed- or adjustable-rate mortgage. Knowing these factors can help you figure out how to qualify for a better rate. The Consumer
How Mortgages Work Home ownership is the foundation of the American dream and a top financial goal for many people. But with the median listing price for homes on the market at just over $250,000, according to Zillow, most homebuyers need to finance their purchase with a mortgage instead of paying cash. Finding the right
How to Avoid Problems With Your Spring Renovations and Repairs By John Voket As soon as winter weather starts giving way to fairer days, folks start itching to get any planned repairs, maintenance and renovations started. If you want to protect yourself from rogue and incompetent builders, take some advice from the Connecticut Better Business
Avoid Water Damage Nothing creates havoc like a burst pipe, but you can plan ahead to save your home from flooding and water damage. Here’s how… Cheryl Clossick | Clossick Realty LLC | Real Estate One | 1365 E. Michigan Ave | Saline, MI 48176 Cheryl@CherylClossick.com | www. CherylClossick.com | (734) 709-1683
New-Home Sales Take Off By RISMedia Staff March new-home sales took off, up 4 percent to 694,000, according to the U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The average new-home sales price was $369,900, while the median was $337,200. New-home listing inventory was 301,000—5.2-months supply. “The March new-home sales report
High-Resale Value Projects You Can Tackle In a Weekend Posted on Mar 1 2017 – 3:58pm by Megan Wild “There’s no place like home,” as the old saying goes. That’s especially true when it comes to an investment. You live in and love your home, but there might come a time when you have to leave it.