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Qualify for A New Home Loan as Newlyweds

While planning for the big day might be filled with exciting moments you'll always remember, it's important to consider all the important milestones you and your spouse will reach together, like buying a home.

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What are Mortgage Points and How Do They Impact My Mortgage Loan

A common practice among lenders is to charge a mortgage point in order to lower a buyer's interest. Mortgage points can sometimes cause confusion among consumers since they're not always consistently included in a loan's terms.

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Pros And Cons of Buying a Home in the Winter

While the hustle and bustle of the holiday season isn't always when a homebuyer feels it's the right time to home shop, there are many perks to consider buying during the winter months.

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How To Write Mortgage Into Your 2022 New Year's Resolutions

If you’re looking to add getting approved for a mortgage loan to your New Year’s resolutions, then you’ve come to the right place.

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How to Make Improving Your Credit Your New Year Resolution

The new year is all about fresh starts, new beginnings and resolution setting… making it an ideal time for improving your credit to get your finances ready for buying a home. Details like your creditworthiness, debt and income are all really important factors in being approved for a home mortgage loan. As well as how much you have saved for a down payment, your employment history and the desired value of your new home.

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Thinking Of Buying a New Home Next Year? Here's How To Prepare Your Finances.

Buying a new home is no easy feat, but you can achieve your goal of home ownership with a little bit of determination, self-discipline, planning and patience. And while homebuying might not be something you can plan to do overnight, it is something you can decide to do in a year or two if the timing is right for you.

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What's a Home Inspection and Why is it Important?

Home inspections can reveal anything from a poorly repaired leak, improvements made not up to code, and faulty plumbing or electricity work. If you're not a seasoned homeowner or contractor, you will want to know how much money you may need to spend repairing your home before you can live in it.

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VA Closing Costs Explained

If you're a veteran looking to buy a home in the near future, a VA mortgage loan with Mutual of Omaha Mortgage can help you purchase your dream home. With competitive loan rates and affordable closing costs, a VA loan can help you reach your goals while balancing your financial needs.

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DIY Projects to Improve Your Home’s Worth

Getting your home ready to sell is no easy feat and while the thought of undertaking home improvement projects before your home goes on the market may seem daunting, simple DIY projects that spruce up your home can increase your home’s worth, adding profits to your pockets. With a little bit of elbow grease and a can-do attitude, you can add real value to your home’s worth.

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Pay Your Own Mortgage – Not Someone Else’s!

The choice to rent or buy your home is a major decision, and it’s one that shouldn't be taken lightly. In a competitive housing market, it can be tough to see yourself as a homeowner versus a renter, but that shouldn’t deter your goal of homeownership.