Big Announcement We have had so much fun and it has been such a pleasure to have The Doug Haldeman Show on the air on 97.1FM for over 5 years. We are announcing that we are leaving the air to focus on our passion of helping people […]
The Truth About Money You may have heard that it’s best to have the smallest mortgage you can and to pay it off as quickly as possible. Or perhaps you have heard to save up as much money as you can to throw it all at your […]
Credit Inquiry Most of us know that a credit inquiry has an affect on our overall score. There is a lot of misunderstanding about how they can affect your score. The easy answer is that it is the frequency and proximity of inquiries that has the greatest […]
Tax Resolution Specialist John Niemann is with us to discuss tax resolutions. John has been been specializing in tax resolution for almost two decades and has a ton of experience in the area. If you owe the IRS back taxes you will want to have someone on […]
What Is Tax Deductible In The Loan Process? The tax benefits can be one of the biggest perks of owning a home. The deductions you can take can save you a bunch of money, read on below to find out what is tax deductible in the loan process.
Personal Interview I’ve wanted to do a personal interview for some time now. To share what my upbringing was like and what shaped me to seek out the knowledge I have. Be sure and give the podcast a listen at the bottom to hear the full interview […]
Choosing a Mortgage Lender Buying a home is likely one of the biggest purchases you will ever make. You wouldn’t trust your car with just any mechanic, so why would you trust your home loan with just anyone who came up on an internet search? Choosing a mortgage lender is as big a part of […]
Unless you are one of the rare homeowners with the financial ability to pay two mortgages at once, buying a home before selling your current home is not really an option. Given the fact you need to sell your current home to pay for a new one, you will need to prepare yourself for a certain level of uncertainty.
It’s one of the American dreams to own your own business and work for yourself. There are many benefits that come with being your own boss, however there are some negatives as well. Being self-employed comes with its own set of difficulties, and qualifying for a mortgage can be one of them. I wanted to outline some of the things lenders look at when you’re self-employed, and what to expect when going through the process.
It’s likely that buying your first home will be the biggest purchase of your life so far. Going from renting or living with family to being a homeowner is a big transition, and the process can be a little intimidating. You will no longer have a landlord to call on when something breaks, but homeownership is one of the largest vehicles for generating wealth. Let’s take a look at the 8 steps to take before buying your first home.