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2018 Seattle Washington Home Buyers Guide

Becoming a homeowner is a major step in life. It’s also a major decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly. If you’re looking to buy a home in Seattle Washington, here’s how to get best financial

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ARM v. Fixed Mortgage: Which is Right For You?

Buying a house is no small undertaking. It takes time and consideration--not just what house you want to buy but where you want to buy, what you can afford, and what kind of mortgage you should get.And

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5 Tips for Finding the Best Seattle Mortgage Lenders

The majority of Americans who purchase a home need to take out a mortgage in order to do it. More than 60 percent of homeowners today are carrying a mortgage, with the average American owing about $140,000

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Ultimate Seattle Mortgage Loan Documents Checklist

With over 3.1 million housing units (as of July 2017) and a 62.4% homeownership rating, it's easy to see that Washingtonians still consider owning a home as part of their dream.There's also the

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How Hot is the Seattle Real Estate Market?

The real estate market in Seattle is hot—home prices are breaking records left and right all around the region.Whether you live in the city, on the outskirts of King County or in the general area,

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Everything you Need to Know About Seattle Jumbo Mortgages

If you are shopping for homes in the King County area—any price over $679,650 may put you in need of a jumbo loan. Just a few miles north, in nearby San Juan County, it's 200k less than that.

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4 Easy Steps for Paying Off Your Mortgage Early

That 30-year mortgage sounded great at the time, right? Now you're looking into the future and thinking about how old you'll be in 30 years. Do you really want to be paying off the same mortgage until

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Are You Buying a House in Seattle? Here’s the Ultimate Survival Guide

Things that aren't for the faint of heart: applying for a loan. Understanding interest rates. Reading complex contracts and documentation. Packing everything you own into a lot of cardboard boxes.But if

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