As winter approaches, there are some things you can do on the inside and outside of your home to protect your investment, save money, and keep your family comfortable. Best of all, these ten tips are quick and easy to complete on your own or with a professional.
At Rivermark, we want to make sure that everyone has access to the tools they need to purchase a home. That is why we offer home loan solutions to our members that currently do not have Social Security Numbers, but have Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs).
Spanish-speaking mortgage professionals are also available to assist you.
- Loan amounts up to $647,200
- Available for both purchase and refinance
- Up to 4 applicants allowed
- Primary residences only
- Purchase or Rate-and-Term Refinance
- No pre-payment penalties
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Your down payment for a home loan can be saved in many different ways. There will be easy ways and difficult ways. Some ways will require sacrifices, while others will take time. If you're committed to owning a home one day, these small sacrifices will be well worth it. The following are some ways you can begin saving for your down payment on a home today.
It has been a long winter. There is no better time to clean up your house than right now, before the summer arrives and you are going off on some much-needed adventures. Here are a few tips you can use to keep your house and property in great shape. It's time for some springtime home maintenance!
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