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May
24
2019
Grilling Over Gas is Objectively, Scientifically, Better than Grilling Over Charcoal
Grilling on a holiday, when you've got the day off, is easy. You can take your time; pull out your artisanal hardwood charcoal; light it in your chimney starter; build a perfect two-level fire; and lovingly tend your rib-eye, or your chicken breasts, or your pork ribs. Holiday grilling is...
Apr
29
2019
First Home Home Buyer Mistakes
Everyone makes mistakes. But in home buying? Those mistakes can cost you dearly. Not only can they mean more in costs (think tens of thousands more), but they can also hinder your mortgage loan, throw off your closing or — in some cases — even make you lose your dream home...
Apr
08
2019
Housing sentiment surges in March, and sellers are the most optimistic
Lower mortgage rates are likely behind a huge surge in housing sentiment, which could help rev up what started as a sluggish spring season. A monthly survey from Fannie Mae showed that, in March, sentiment jumped to the highest level since June 2018, which was just below the record high...
Apr
06
2019
Mortgage closing: Why does my lender want so much escrow money?
One of the biggest costs you’ll encounter when closing on a home is the “escrow account.” You’re probably not too excited about contributing to this fund, especially because you have no idea what it’s for. While this may feel like an unnecessary...
Mar
25
2019
Strong homebuying season is on the horizon, expert says
Decreasing mortgage rates, rising wages and a finally improving supply of inventory all spell good news for the housing market. In fact, according to one expert, “a stronger than expected” spring homebuying season lies ahead. According to Mark Fleming, chief...
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