Category: buy

Exciting News for EHL!

Emerald Home Loans (EHL) is preparing to launch their second tv spot early June! If you happened to miss the first one…no worries! Click here to watch it now.
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Projects You Can and Can't Use A Renovation Mortgage For

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EHL's Markets In A Minute: Are homeowners becoming more neighborly?

For the Week Ending May 10, 2019  
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Pre-Qualify vs. Pre-Approve

Step #1: Know What You Can Afford In the home buying process, knowing what you can afford should be step number 1.  Any serious real estate agent or seller is going to want to know if you’ve been “pre-qualified” or “pre-approved” by a lender.
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Giving Back and Way More!

In this week's blog, James Payor talks about how Emerald Home Loans gives back to our local communities. 
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Can You Afford your Dream House? 6 ways to find out

If you’re considering purchasing a home, you’ve probably already determined how much you have available for a down payment, what an ideal mortgage would be, and how much home you can afford based on your monthly income.  But, what about your lifestyle?
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The BEST Ways to Invest Your Tax Return Into Your Home this year

There are a few things that brighten up a dull, cold winter like a tax refund.  While we're only human and most of us want to splurge a little with our refund, careful money management for the majority of your refund is a very smart financial move.
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What Are The Benefits of Becoming a Homeowner?

Every family has a list of important dates. We celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, pet adoptions…and the list goes on. For 64.4 percent of households in the United States, this list includes the day they became a homeowner for the first time!
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Your Tax Refund Can Help You Buy a Home!

 
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Whose Mortgage Do You Want to Pay? Yours or Your Landlord’s?

There are some people who haven’t purchased homes because they are uncomfortable taking on the obligation of a mortgage. However, everyone should realize that unless you are living with your parents rent-free, you are paying a mortgage – either yours or your landlord’s.
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