Single Moms Can Buy a Home in Santa Fe with Homewise▸
For a single mom of a two-year-old, being close to family is priceless. Amanda understands the importance of raising her son in a stable environment and in a good neighborhood and in the same city in which her family lives.
Do you need a credit card…or two?▸
It is easy to lose control by charging our credit cards to their limit or taking out loan after loan. However, open and active credit lines in good standing build our credit and show our worthiness as a borrower.
Credit Catastrophe? Bankruptcy, Foreclosure, Short Sale, Divorce▸
For many people these four things can spell catastrophe for their credit. However, what most people don’t know is that you can rebuild your credit. Bankruptcy, Foreclosure, Short Sale, and Divorce do not ruin your credit forever.
18 Things to Consider When You are Looking for a Home▸
Is looking for a home becoming overwhelming? It doesn’t need to be. The first home you buy is probably not going to be your last. Your first home doesn’t need to be your perfect dream home, but it can be a fantastic starting point.
20 Common Real Estate Acronyms Defined▸
Are you beginning the home buying process or working with a Realtor? Struggling to understand real estate lingo? Familiarize yourself with these terms so that you are comfortable and confident in the home buying process.
Should I Buy Resale or New Construction?▸
So, you’ve worked hard to get your finances in order and you’re ready to buy a home. An exciting part of the home buying process, besides getting the keys and moving in, is going out and looking at your home options.
21 Ways to Save Money and Buy Your Own Home▸
Here is a list of ideas to help you save money and buy your own home. With the right tools, you can save for a down payment and reach your goal of homeownership. Keep in mind that not every idea will work for every person.
Is it Still a Good Time to Refinance?▸
Many homeowners are finding that it is still a good time to refinance. Interest rates are slowly starting to inch up, but they’re much lower than what many people have…