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People scrimp and save to set aside what they think is the “normal 20% down payment for a house,” while ever-increasing prices seem to keep ownership just out of reach.

The fact is that home ownership is attainable for a down payment as low as 3%.

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If you make enough money but you write off too much on your taxes to show income for a mortgage loan, you still have options.

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If Seattle homes continue to appreciate in value at even a conservative rate, first time home buyers will likely lose out by waiting. The alternative requires action, even if that means paying PMI now to get ahead of the curve.

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It's a lot easier to talk the talk with a loan officer if you have the mortgage vocabulary down.

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Mortgage rates have been drifting slowly higher since late September, 2016. What indicators can we use to look into 2017?

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You don't have to sell your home to benefit from market appreciation and new equity in 2016 and 2017.

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Sometimes refinancing can seem like a chore. But if doing that chore one time was going to save you thousands of dollars over the next few years, would you still avoid it?

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Sometimes moving up from your current home into something better is impossible without the right guidance and knowledge.

Read on to learn more about one couple's experience, what their challenges were, and how we solved them.

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The mortgage process today is far more complex and involved than it was just a few years ago. A seasoned loan officer knows the underwriting process intimately.

Find out more about how a loan officer still makes all the difference in the digital era.

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We encourage home buyers to be proactive, not reactive.

Once an offer on a home has been rejected by the seller, there are far fewer ways for the buyer to salvage that particular home option.

Here are 3 simple ways to help prevent rejection before it happens.

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