Tips for First-Time Home Buyers

Buying a home for the first time is very exciting. However, no matter how exciting it is, many first-time home buyers feel extremely overwhelmed. Not only is the process time-consuming

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Can You Switch Mortgage Lenders Before Closing on a Home?

The mortgage lending process is complicated, and for many home buyers, it seems like once you land on a mortgage lender, you are stuck. While it can be challenging to

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What Is the Difference Between APR and Mortgage Interest Rate?

When it comes to purchasing a home, you are going to hear a bunch of different terms that you may or may not be familiar with. Many first-time home buyers

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How Can a Home Renovation Loan Help You?

Is your home falling apart? Are you looking to make updates to key rooms in your home? If so, you know that coming up with the necessary funds isn’t always

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Top 3 Things to Look for When Looking at Your Next Home Loan

At First Fidelis, we strive to get every customer the home loan that is the best for their needs. We know that it can be challenging to figure out if

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How Much Home Can I Afford?

by Bill Baum of First Fidelis, LLC   Mortgage Calculator—Helpful hints… Before you call a realtor and seriously dive into the home search process, you should have a degree of

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Three Tips to Get the Best Possible Interest Rates on a Home Loan

As mortgage interest rates climb to an eight-year high, many people are shying away from purchasing a home. However, those who are still interested in purchasing a house need to

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What Are FHA 203k Loans?

Purchasing a new home is an overwhelming process. Fortunately, there are numerous different types of home loans out there. One of these loan options is the FHA 203k mortgage loan.

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How Can You Qualify for a USDA Home Loan?

Mortgage loans are complex, and with so many options, it can be hard to know which is the best for you. To be eligible for certain loans, you have to

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Special Loans Help Doctors Purchase Homes

Every year, 16,000 people finish medical school as doctors and about the same number of people will also graduate from residency. Just out of school and residency, these doctors have

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