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What you need to know about the New England real estate and lending market.

Should You Refinance With Your Current Lender?

June 01, 2020

Whether you have owned your home for quite some time or you’ve just recently purchased your home, you might find its time to consider a refinance on your loan to take advantage of lower interest rates.

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Buying A Home Without A Real Estate Agent

May 25, 2020

It’s no secret that home buyers look for ways to save money regardless of whether they are buying their first home or their second home.  And while there are certainly ways to cut corners and save a buck here and there, a good number of people choose to forego hiring a real estate agent to represent them in the home buying process... which could ultimately end up costing them more in the long run.

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The Art of Getting Rid of PMI

May 18, 2020

Any time a home is purchased with a conventional loan and with a deposit of less than 20 percent, your lender will require the purchase to pay PMI, or private mortgage insurance.

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How To Save Money When Buying New Construction

May 11, 2020

If you are looking to buy a new home, you undoubtedly know that there are a multitude of options out there.  Some people want to get started with a fixer-upper, others want a home that is move-in ready.  If you happen to be a home buyer looking to move into a brand-new home, you will find that new construction will carry a higher cost than most of your other options.  But like with everything else, if you arm yourself with the right questions to ask and know what to look for, you just might succeed in finding the right new construction home for the right price.

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Buying a Home While Paying Student Loans

May 04, 2020

A staggering number of college graduates are saddled with student loans.  Often times, these young adults believe home ownership is not possible and they continue to rent, assuming it is their only option.  But in reality, this does not have to be the case.  Buying a home while still paying on student loans can be a reality for many with the proper preparation and expectations.

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