Tips in what to have done and how to be prepared to buy a home. From first steps to what to expect if its a fast market.
Here are a few things you may not realize you need to avoid after applying for your home loan.
If you’re thinking of buying or selling a home, chances are you’re focusing on the many extraordinary ways it’ll change your life.
What Does the Rest of the Year Hold for the Post Falls Housing Market? If you’re thinking of buying or selling a house, you’re at an exciting decision point. And anytime you make a big decision like that, one thing you should always consider is timing. So, what does the rest of the year hold for the housing market? […]
Kootenai County has had some tremendous growth in its medical capabilities over the last 10+ years. Right in the immediate area, we have Kootenai Hospital, the Northwest Specialty Hospital in Post Falls, and a multitude of specialty services. Many urgent cares, and Immediate Care. Lots of outpatient services, Doctors’ offices and more. Our Main medical […]
Where your Down Payment Comes from Matters Did you know that all the funds that you use to purchase a home has to come from a documentable source? That means bank accounts, retirement accounts, paychecks, trust funds, etc. I know that most of you that pull money from retirement accounts have a full understanding of […]
Buying New Construction This is a prime example of why you don’t use the agent offered at the Open House or the New Construction Open House. My Community pages on this website always drum up a variety of questions and issues. From HOA issues, builder issues and more including please make the barking dog next […]
The Cost of Renting Vs Owning A Home Without considering tax benefits, homeownership has convincing advantages. Besides the personal and social reasons for owning a home, one of the most compelling is that it is cheaper. Principal reduction and appreciation are powerful dynamics that reduce the effective cost of housing. Amortized loans apply a specific […]
Learn the Home Loans available in Idaho. From Zero down first time buyer programs to Conventional loans.
How much cash do you really need to buy an entry-level home? Well, it depends. But for the sake of keeping this geared to an entry-level purchase, we are going to go with bare minimums. I consider entry level up to about $350,000. Depending on what type of loan you are getting and the deal […]