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To help buyers keep up with record high home prices, the FHFA is raising the limit on conforming loans—and it could help you save on a home.

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about Conforming loan limits are going up

Rates are still low on the market, and nearly half the homeowners who refinanced have saved over $3,500 a year.

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about Refinancing could save you $300 a month

Appraisals have a big impact on your ability to buy a home, but can come with some personal bias. Find out how to make sure your appraisal runs smoothly.

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about What you should know about home appraisals

With property values rising, today’s homeowners are in a good position to refinance with new terms that remove private mortgage insurance.

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about Why rising home values could help you save

Homeowner credit scores are at their highest in 15 years, and with new Fannie Mae rules, they could go further on a refinance application.

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about Homeowner credit scores are at a record high

Builder confidence is rising, and new construction homes are in high demand. Find out what it takes to navigate the hot competition.

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about More newly built homes may be on the way

Agents who invest in connecting with first-time homebuyers and single borrowers may see increased success in netting clients.

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about Capturing the growing first-time homebuyer market

Buyers should be seeing more options on the market as more than 400,000 homeowners reach the end of forbearance plans this month.

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about Prepare for a wave of new listings this month

Rates are still at September 2020 lows, and a new survey shows that homeowners who refinanced in the last year have saved hundreds per month.

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about Refinancing could save you $500 a month

Rates are close to the lows of September 2020, giving today’s homebuyers a chance to save on their mortgage before they’re expected to rise.

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about Rates are still low on a new home

Rates are close to the lows of September 2020, giving today’s homeowners a chance to save on a refinance before they’re expected to rise.

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about Rates remain low, but could rise from here

Rent is climbing in major cities while mortgage rates are still low, creating more opportunities for buyers to save money on a starter home.

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about A starter home could be cheaper than rent

With extreme weather happening more often, the integrity of your home may be at risk—and homeowners insurance could be the answer.

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about Why today’s homeowners should have insurance

Nearly a quarter of July home sales were made in cash, and a new offering from Better can help you make one too.

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about How to make a cash offer without the cash

Extra cash from short-term rentals could help homeowners qualify for more loan options when they refinance.

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about Renting out your home can help you refinance

Starting in September, Fannie Mae will allow renters to use their rental payment history as credit on their mortgage application.

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about Still renting? Here’s how it can help you own

Starting in September, Fannie Mae will allow renters to use their rental payment history as credit on their mortgage application.

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about Over 1M homeowners can save with RefiPossible™

As bidding wars cool off and home prices begin to level out, buyers who took a break this summer might be ready to dive back in.

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about Preparing Homebuyers For A Favorable Fall Housing Market

Lenders will evaluate credit scores differently starting September 18th, and homeowners may be in a position to save even more on their next refinance.

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about A Fannie Mae change could help homeowners save

With rates still low, many first-time buyers are becoming homeowners through government-backed mortgages, including the FHA loan.

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about Are FHA loans the answer for first-time buyers?
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