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  • 6 Ways Home Buyers Mess Up Getting a Mortgage

    Getting a mortgage is, by general consensus, the most treacherous part of buying a home. In a recent survey, 42% of home buyers said they found the mortgage experience “stressful,” and 32% found it “complicated.” Even lenders agree that it’s often a struggle. “A lot can go wrong,” says Staci Titsworth, regional manager at PNC Mortgage in Pittsburgh. If you’re out …

  • 10 Crucial Questions to Ask a Real Estate Agent When Selling Your Home

    If you’re looking to sell your home, you’ll want to hire an amazing listing real estate agent to help—and there are certain questions to ask so that you can pinpoint the right professional for you. It’s smart to be picky! A great real estate agent can help find buyers to sell your home fast, and for more money. Make …

  • Home-Showing Tips That’ll Persuade Buyers to Bite

    Having an open house is the exciting part of selling a home, but let’s face it: It takes a lot of work to get there. Once you’ve made repairs, chosen a Realtor®, real estate agent or listing agent, and then decided on an asking price, your home is almost ready for market—but first, how about a little primping and …

  • Flat-Rate Movers vs. Hourly Movers: Which One Saves More Money?

    Are you thinking of moving? As the customer, it makes sense for you to review each company and the prices. Flat-rate movers may sound like the best deal. You pay one moving rate, no matter what. But when hiring a moving company, you want to save money, right? Sometimes hiring the flat-rate movers can end …

  • Why Does My Mortgage Keep Getting Sold?

    A letter arrives in the mail and tells you your mortgage has been sold. It also informs you to send your monthly payments to a new address. Don’t panic! This happens all the time, and you shouldn’t see many (if any) changes. “I would say probably 30% to 50% of the time [borrowers are] going to eventually …


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