As you’re going through the motions of finding the perfect home, there are so many things to consider beyond furnishings and fixtures. The first thing you will likely be looking into is a mortgage and homeowners insurance. What you might not have considered is the possibility of having to purchase flood insurance.
You have decided to sell your home but feel shocked and disappointed by the asking price suggested by your listing agent. You love your property and believe it is worth much more as similar properties have sold at a higher price in your area in recent times.
As we rely more and more on computer networks and the Internet to conduct business, cyber fraud is becoming more commonplace. From individuals, to corporations, to even one of the nation’s largest credit bureaus, it seems none are immune from a cyber attack.
In this video, Richard M. Bettencourt, Jr., loan officer for Mortgage Network, gives great information about the government guarantee loan known as a Veteran Loan (V.A. Loan). Created near the end of World War II, the United States Government created a program that give World War II vets help in realizing the dream of home ownership. Applying the government logic for the program, it would allow vets to transition from wartime activity to the dream of purchasing a home. According to Mr. Bettencourt, it was a brilliant idea to provide our vets with this type of opportunity.