Different financial situations make for different mortgage and refinancing solutions. Learn how your credit score comes into play when it comes to financing or refinancing, find out how to purchase a home when self-employed, and discover about tax deductions homeowners can take advantage of with our personal finance articles.

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Is a Reverse Mortgage right for you?

If the word “retirement” resonates with you, you’re not alone. Retirees are enjoying long-awaited travel pursuits, moves to places they’ve been dreaming of and finally being able to check things off their bucket lists. Some of them are paying for these endeavors by taking out a reverse mortgage, which allows certain homeowners to tap into […]

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Top Tax Deductions for Homeowners

Tax season is approaching, offering numerous tax breaks for American homeowners based on their real estate holdings. These deductions, such as mortgage interest, can lead to substantial savings. Understanding these benefits and how to leverage them when filing is crucial for maximizing affordability and rewards in homeownership. Here are the most common tax deductions for […]

Reduce Your Debt-To-Income Ratio

Understanding the three key factors – income, credit history, and debt-to-income ratio (DTI) – is crucial for mortgage eligibility. Income and credit history are commonly known, while DTI measures the portion of your monthly income allocated to debt payments, significantly influencing your mortgage qualification. It’s essential to grasp DTI, as it directly impacts your financial […]

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