New Program Helps Kansas City Area Homebuyers with Down Payments

When it comes to purchasing a home, you need to be prepared for a large expense. Between the down payment, closing costs, and inspection fees, you are likely to feel

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Six Steps to Buying a Home in Kansas City

Buying a home is one of the biggest decisions you will make in your life. In addition to this big decision, there are a million different steps you need to

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What is a Jumbo Home Loan and How Can You Get One?

When it comes to purchasing a home, there are so many loan options that it can be a bit overwhelming even to know where to start. With so many options,

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Close on a Home in Kansas City in Fewer Than 14 Days

Purchasing a home can be a long process, but it doesn’t have to be with First Fidelis, a Kansas City mortgage lender. While closing on a home can take more

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What is a Reverse Mortgage and How Do They Work?

Reverse mortgage is a buzzword in the real estate industry that many homeowners don’t really understand. Homeowners in the Kansas City Metro Area are in luck—First Fidelis, a mortgage lender

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How to Put Less Than 2 Percent Down on a Kansas City Home with an FHA Loan

Are you looking for a house in the Kansas City area? Have you been told that you need more money for your down payment? Well, you aren’t alone, but there

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Can You Get a Home Loan Without Credit?

The home-buying process is a tricky, scary beast that very few have mastered. For some, the thought of buying a home seems impossible due to a lack of credit. While

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USDA Home Loans in Kansas City Are Perfect for Rural Home Mortgages

When you’re in the market for a new home, you have a lot of options available to you. The KC Metro Area is home to a wide range of neighborhoods,

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Owning your own home is a big part of the American Dream, but there’s a difference between simply owning a house and really making it a home, and for veterans

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If you want to purchase a home that needs to be fully or partially renovated or you want to make some improvements to your current home, it may be a

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