Owning a home was part of the American dream even before there was an America. It’s true. In the tumultuous years leading to the Revolution, the
First-time homebuyers are often young and financially stressed, struggling with student loan debts, car payments and the costs of raising young
Would you believe me if I told you that one year from today you could be unlocking the door to your first home? As they say, the proof is in the
You don’t have to be married to live out the American dream of owning a home. Co-buying is a way for unmarried individuals to get out of the cycle
A young Nashville teacher I know, let’s call her Mary, is changing the world. Mary is good at her job. She’s financially independent. She has
Nearly a third of homes sales go to first-time buyers, a group as enthusiastic as it is inexperienced and whose dreams are as big as its bank
Few things are more exciting, or terrifying, than buying your first house. You’re joining forces with a spouse or partner, or bravely going alone,
Long on the fence, first-time homebuyers are hopping into the market at levels not seen in nearly a generation. According to Genworth Mortgage
Mortgages remain one of the most complained about financial products, according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Mortgage provider
Fannie Mae’s new program, HomeReady, will help middle and low income Americans achieve their dream of homeownership. HomeReady will consider
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