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Your Guide to Refinancing Your Condo
A condo refi is similar to refinancing any other home. The lender will look at your income, assets, and credit to ascertain your qualification. Plus, the condo will also be appraised to determine the property value.
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Home Inspection 101: A Homebuyer’s Guide
A home inspection alerts you to any immediate repair concerns plus gives you an idea of what it may cost to maintain the home in good condition.
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How To Remove Mortgage Insurance From Your Home Loan
You don't need to put a minimum of 20% down on a new home. That's the upside. The downside is that you'll need to pay mortgage insurance if your down payment is less than 20%. Read this post to learn the factors that determine if and when you can get rid of your mortgage insurance.