How to Buy a Home Solo

The housing market may seem like it’s filled with newlyweds looking for their first home, but there are a growing number of people who are looking to buy a home solo. Here’s how you can make buying your first home on your own a success.

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3 Tips To Help Home Affordability When Rates Rise

So far the Fed has increased its benchmark rate three times since the financial crisis as they track economic improvement and attempt to maximize employment and stabilize inflation. If the economy continues to improve, and economic data remains positive, another increase could come as soon as May or June. While consumers with credit card debt may see an immediate increase in interest rates as a result of the Fed’s rate increases, the effect on longer term mortgage loans will be less direct, but still impactful. As RPM’s Julian Hebron explains in an article on Zillow “Even though mortgage bonds represent longer-term rates, these Fed hikes still fuel selling of mortgage bonds, pushing mortgage rates higher.”

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