Buying a home can be a time consuming and confusing process. Here at Aaron Lending, we want to help build consumer knowledge and streamline the process to facilitate a smooth purchase.
To that end, we’ve put together a number of consumer resources. But you might be wondering, where do I begin?
If you’re a new home buyer or back in the market after a number of years and are looking to refresh your knowledge of the home buying process we recommend starting with The Home Buying Process.
If you have less than 20% for a down payment and are wondering about low down payment options we recommend reading Low Down Payment Loan Programs and A 1% Down Payment?
If you’re looking to use your existing assets to qualify for a mortgage we recommend reading Using Assets to Qualify for a Mortgage.
About Mortgage Brokers
If you’re wondering why you should work with Aaron Lending or how a Broker compares to a Bank we recommend reading Working with Aaron Lending, Broker v. Bank, and watching Aaron Lending v. Big Bank.
Your Credit Score
If you’re wondering how your credit score will affect your loan application we recommend reading How your Credit Score Affects your Mortgage Loan Application and how to Improve that Score.
Documents & Potential Mistakes
If you’re wondering what documents you’ll need to submit during the loan process or how to avoid the most common mistakes we recommend reading Required Documents for a Mortgage, 9 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Getting a Mortgage, and 5 Reasons a Home Closing is Delayed.
Mortgage Rates & Fees
If you’re wondering how mortgage rates are set or how to avoid hidden fees we recommend reading How Mortgage Rates are Set and Don’t be Fooled by Hidden Fees.
Taxes & Insurance
If you’re wondering about property taxes, home insurance, and mortgage insurance we recommend reading How much are Property Taxes and Insurance? Why are we Paying that Now? and Why and How to get rid of Mortgage Insurance.
There are other resources available and we will continue to build on our offerings to support an informed consumer. If there is anything you feel we should address or if you have any questions please feel free to contact us with any questions or feedback.
For more information contact Aaron Walker or Jay Rapson at Aaron Lending, LLC.
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