Buying a new home can be so exciting. And exhausting. And fun. And emotional. Here are five things new home buyers can do to make the process easier.
The same fundamentals that make Knoxville a strong housing market—job creation, low cost of living and a good climate—also make investing in local real estate an attractive option. If you’re considering purchasing property as an investment opportunity, here are five tips to keep in mind.
Continued low interest rates and a growing economy helped the national housing market improve in 2014. Locally, home sales increased and spent less time on the market. New and extended loan programs from the federal government should keep the momentum going in 2015.
New construction is starting to pop up nearly everywhere after years of inactivity. Is a brand new home right for you? Read this before you buy.
In January 2014 the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) instituted what is referred to as the “Ability-to-Repay” rule designed to protect mortgage lenders and potential homebuyers from purchasing more home than they are able to afford.
The mortgage market in 2013 was not unlike the best of roller coaster rides. But have we reached the station yet?
Several indexes show that pending home sales and home prices have started to bounce back. Homeowners who have been on the fence about selling may start to consider it more carefully now. If you are thinking about selling your home, you’ll want to get the best price for it by following these five steps.
Home prices haven’t returned to pre-bubble levels, but an uptick in buying activity is still welcome news considering the past few gloomy years. Read more about Knoxville’s housing market and what factors have led to an increase in home sales.
One of the biggest mistakes homebuyers make is not talking to a mortgage advisor earlier in the process. Here are five things you should do before you start looking at listings.
The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has changed its streamline refinance option to help millions of borrowers take advantage of low interest rates. Find out how and who's eligible.