10 Tips To Help You Become a Savvy Mortgage Shopper

Written by Jason Nelson on September 20, 2018
10 Tips To Help You Become a Savvy Mortgage Shopper

A home purchase is likely to be THE most expensive item you will ever buy. Shopping for the best mortgage is key to a comfortable mortgage payment and a home you will enjoy. It takes some preparation BEFORE you go shopping. Know your Credit Score Why are scores important? Since credit scores influence your interest […]


Tips For Saving Money When Buying New Construction

Written by Jason Nelson on September 5, 2018
For many people, buying new construction seems like an elusive dream due to the costs. However, there are many ways that you can save yourself money and still enjoy all the benefits

For many people, buying new construction seems like an elusive dream due to the costs. However, there are many ways that you can save yourself money and still enjoy all the benefits of new construction that you’ve been dreaming of. If you’re on the fence, here are a few tips to give you the boost […]


What You Need To Know About Using a Co-Signer on a Mortgage

Written by Jason Nelson on August 28, 2018
Co-Signer

There’s an old saying in the mortgage industry, “A Mortgage is like sausage. The end result can be good but you have no idea what goes into it.” Since the mortgage meltdown of 2007, that is even more true today. To make sure your mortgage, that you could likely have for 30 years, is in […]


Building Your Credit 101: Tips for Recent College Graduates

Written by Jason Nelson on August 8, 2018
Building Your Credit 101: Tips for Recent College Graduates

Building your credit is one of the most important things you can work on straight out of college. In fact, you may already have started while you were in college. Nevertheless, once you get your first real job, it’s up to you to keep your credit in good standing if you want to buy a […]


Why Your Debt-to-Income Ratio Matters

Written by Jason Nelson on July 23, 2018
Why Your Debt-to-Income Ratio Matters

Just about everyone is aware that they have a credit score, and that banks use a credit score to determine your eligibility for loans and other services, but there is another number that is discussed far less often. The debt to income ratio, or DTI, is an equally important number that you need to be […]