Taxes. No one likes them but everyone pays them. And the beginning of a new year means it’s time once again to gather documents and receipts in preparation for the April tax filing deadline! For homeowners this means being prepared with some specific documents in addition to the usual tax statements from employers, banks and stockbrokers. Keep an eye out for the items below in your mailbox (or email inbox if you opted for electronic statements) and set them aside for your tax preparer! Read More “Paperwork Homeowners Need To Prepare For Tax Time”
Qualifying for a mortgage can be more complex for someone who does not have pay stubs and a W2 form to verify consistent income. If you’re an entrepreneur with your own business and fall into this category, don’t worry—there are loans for you. You just need to know how to navigate. I asked RPM’s EVP, Julian Hebron, to explain how specialized loan products serve the specific needs of self-employed home buyers.
When we come to the end of any calendar year, isn’t it amazing to look back over the last 12 months and realize just how much has transpired? And, of course, the resolution season is upon us. A blank page opens before us each January 1, presenting an opportunity to make changes and write a new chapter. Before we tear that last sheet from our calendars, let’s take a closer look at how the actions we take now – at the start of 2015 – can make the home loan process easier in the year ahead.