According to the 2015 LGBT Home Buyer and Seller Survey, majority thinks that homeownership is good investment. Here is an infographic on what they are looking for in purchasing a home.
According to C.A.R. data, spring and summer means increased in home sales, however, a new Experian survey suggests that many homebuyers dread the process because they are unaware of their credit scores.
With interest rates and home prices rising. housing affordability remains an issue for many would-be buyers.
A study from the Appraisal Journal shows that mose house hunters tend to be more concerned with saving green that being green. While environmental concerns influence home buying decisions, most prospective buyers care more about features that will impact the bottom line.
There is a lot of confusion about what actually impacts one’s ability to open a credit card, finance, a car, or purchase a home. Here is an infographic regarding the top myths about credit scores.