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Mortgage Interest Rate Basics

What Is an Interest Rate? Whenever you are borrowing money from a lender, there will always be interest that is tagged onto your monthly principal payments. So… what is an interest rate anyway? Essentially it is a fee for the use of a lender’s assets.

What To Expect When Financing Your Home

Buying a home can be one of the most important decisions of your life. Let’s be honest, while buying a home is exciting it can also be stressful. Nothing makes this process easier quite like knowing what to expect on your homebuying journey. Step 1

5 Considerations When Choosing Your Next Employer

Company History + Reputation Found a company you’re interested in? Do your research before making any solid commitments. Keep in mind, not only do you reflect upon your company, but your company can reflect upon you. You’ll be representing the company you choose, and it

Dos and Don’ts of the Mortgage Process

Want to avoid the most common pitfalls of the mortgage process? Here are some simple tips to make your mortgage process a breeze. DO… Get Preapproved Before you start your house hunt, know how much you can realistically spend and comfortably repay. It’s tough when

7 Tips to Enhance Your Work Environment at Home

We’re all facing unprecedented times that require a lot of change in our normal day-to-day. It’s easy to stress over the things we can’t control. Instead, focus on the things you can control like your effort, attitude, and wellness. Here are our 7 tips to

Homeside and the Current Times

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world as we know it. This includes not only the way we do business but your expectations of business as well. Homeside Financial continues our culture of caring for our clients, partners, and employees through these times. We’re not

Credit Score Basics

You know your credit score is important, but do you know why?When it comes to mortgage loans, your credit score tells your lender how likely you are to pay back your debts. The higher your credit score, the more likely lenders are to see you as