Posts Tagged ‘Budgeting’
Your mortgage is done … now what?
For most people purchasing a new home financing is often the most stressful part. What are some other things you need to worry about before moving into your new home? Moving expenses: Along with financing a new home, moving everything you own can be a very stressful process to go through. You can save yourself…Read More
What is an escrow account?
For many, an escrow account can be one of the most confusing pieces of a mortgage. Though they’re not always required, I believe they’re one of the most beneficial tools a person can have in their financial tool box. Once you understand what it is and how it works, it’s easy to see the benefits…Read More
Home Improvements on a Budget
Home improvement projects sound fantastic until you start researching how much they are going to cost. The dollar signs start to add up and your interest in going through with the project begins to wane. An average bathroom remodel approaches $20,000, while a kitchen or master bedroom project will likely be much higher than that.…Read More
Budgeting for Your Next Home Purchase
Whether you’ve owned a home in the past or are looking to purchase for the first time, saving up for the purchase can be one of the most difficult aspects. We work with members on a daily basis to develop savings plans so they can afford to purchase a home down the road. There are…Read More