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

The Fair Housing Act and What You Should Know

August 03, 2020

The Fair Housing Act (FHA), also known as the Civil Rights Act of 1968, was established in order to protect people who are renting or buying, applying to get a mortgage, or applying for housing assistance from discrimination.

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Understanding Home Equity and How to Use it to Your Advantage

August 03, 2020

Home equity is something that most, if not all, home owners have heard of, but it is important to fully understand what it is, how to take advantage of your home equity, and what you can use your home equity for. 

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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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Buying a Home While Paying Student Loans

April 13, 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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Applying for Mortgage? Causes for Concern on Your Bank Statements

March 23, 2020

When applying for a mortgage, your mortgage lender will require you to submit many forms and fill out various (never-ending) paperwork.  Once of the financial documents you will be required to submit is your bank statement.  As you will find below, your bank statement is just as important as your pay stubs and your tax returns when trying to get approved for a mortgage.

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