When Will My Mortgage Go Down?

For most home-owning Americans, the most significant bill they pay each month is their mortgage, both in terms of total and impact. Owning a home means you are responsible for those payments to maintain ownership and accrue equity in your home. Decreasing the monthly payment can change the standard of living for your family, but … Continued

What Do I Need to Sell My House

Selling your home can be simultaneously exciting and overwhelming. It’s a complicated process that can have a dramatic impact on your future–both in terms of the home you’re buying next and the financial gains from the sale. How do you navigate such a process to maximize the value of your home and minimize stress? With … Continued

Is it Wise to Pay Extra Principal on My Mortgage?

For many Americans, a mortgage is the largest monthly expense, and likely the longest financial obligation in their future. Most mortgages are built with 30-year terms, meaning paying off the mortgage is a lifelong process. Some questions we get a lot is, “Should I pay extra on my mortgage? Will it help me pay it … Continued

What Is an Interest-Only Mortgage?

What Is an Interest-Only Mortgage?

If selling a home and buying a new one is on the horizon for you and you’re thinking about getting an interest-only mortgage, keep reading. Toda’s blog will showcase just what an interest-only mortgage entails and if it’s the right option. An Interest-Only Mortgage Interest-only mortgages include payments that don’t contain principal. For instance, if … Continued

How Do I Avoid Difficulty Paying My Mortgage?

How Do I Avoid Difficulty Paying My Mortgage?

With Covid19 wreaking havoc on the economy and people being out of work, you may wonder how to prevent mortgage paying trouble. In today’s blog, we’ll discuss some ways to help avoid these issues, so if you’re ever faced with this or other situations, you won’t lose your home. What You Should Know There are … Continued

What Adds the Most Value to a Home?

What Adds the Most Value to a Home?

Selling a home is more than just cleaning and planting a few flowers and calling it good. To ensure you get the most value from your home, there are some key things to do. Read today’s blog to find out what things you can do (both inexpensive and expensive) to increase your home’s value. Tips … Continued

What is a Subprime Mortgage?

What Does Selling a Land Contract Mean?

Selling a house on contract can benefit a homeowner by creating a steady stream of monthly income while also appealing to buyers who may not qualify for a traditional mortgage. Keep scrolling to learn about what selling a home on contract means.   Using Land Contracts Land contracts or contracts for deed are a security … Continued

What is a Subprime Mortgage?

What is a Subprime Mortgage?

If your credit history stops you from getting a conventional loan, you may consider a subprime mortgage. However, before you make that commitment, scroll down and check out how a subprime mortgage works and whether it’s right for you.   Subprime Mortgage A subprime mortgage is a housing loan offered to people with a bad … Continued

Why Choose Fast Oklahoma House Buyers

Why Choose Fast Oklahoma House Buyers

If you live in Oklahoma County and Tulsa, OK, and need to sell your house quickly, consider selling to us. Why? Well, keep reading today’s blog to find out how our process works and the advantages over listing with a real estate agent.   Situations for Selling You may be wondering what the conditions are … Continued

What Are No-Cost Ways To Sell Your Home Quickly?

What Are No-Cost Ways To Sell Your Home Quickly?

Homeowners think they need to spend a small fortune to prep their home for being listed, but it’s not true. If you need to sell your home quickly but don’t have the money to do significant upgrades, stay tuned to learn about no-cost ways to sell your house quickly. Clean and Declutter It doesn’t take … Continued

How To Avoid Running Into Mortgage Paying Trouble

You may think it’s only the tenant who has a hard time paying the mortgage, but as a real estate investor or landlord, there may be times when it’s hard to pay the mortgage on your end as well. Here are some things you can do to avoid facing difficulty in paying your mortgage each month. Keep … Continued