🙋How To Buy A House With Good Credit

  The requirement for switching from renting to owning a home involves proper planning and credit history. An individual who is considering applying for a mortgage loan should first and foremost check his or her credit score. Your ability to obtain a mortgage and a good interest rate is determined by your credit score. Although, … Continued

💪How to Buy a House Following Foreclosure

Foreclosed Homes in Sioux Falls

A lot of people have wrongly misinterpreted the issue of buying a house after foreclosure. According to them, a person who has gone through a foreclosure will be unable to qualify for seven years or more to purchase a mortgage loan. This is not correct. The truth of the matter is that a foreclosure can … Continued

🐯Harrisburg, South Dakota

  Harrisburg, South Dakota is a vibrant small town outside South Dakota’s largest city of Sioux Falls. Harrisburg’s residents enjoy the benefits of living in a small town with big city amenities less than 10 minutes down the road. The town has recorded unprecedented growth over the last decade. There are top-notch schools at every … Continued

🏘️How to Buy a House with an IRA

  Using your Individual Retirement Account or IRA to purchase real estate has recently been a hot topic in the world of tax. However, there are so many misconceptions that surround it that can cost you thousands in tax payments when overlooked. Tax deferral is one of the biggest benefits of buying a house with … Continued

🏚️How to Buy a House When You Already Own One

    There are a few reasons why someone would buy a house when they already own one: investment purposes, vacation destination, or housing for aging family. Still, there are others who do so because they wait for housing prices to recover before selling their old homes. Whatever the reason may be, it is a … Continued

How much are closing costs? [2017]

This is a question that remains ever popular among home buyers. Closing costs are the fees associated with obtaining a home mortgage.  Typical closing costs are about 3% of the total purchase price. For instance, if you are purchasing a home for $200,000, closing costs will be about $6000.00. Closing costs are make up of … Continued