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DFW Home Ownership list all the top Real Estate Companies, Mortgage Companies, Title Companies, Apartments, Foreclosures, Credit Repair Companies, Rent to Own Home Ownership Programs, & Financial Experts and Planners.

We have also included alot of tools such as mortgage calculators, budget worksheets, Mortgage Applications, Texas Lease Apps and Rental Questionnaires.
Simple Supply & Demand

Unfortunately 86% of the people in the Country have bad credit right now. I’m sure you have noticed RENT going through the roof not only on rent homes but on apartments as well. This is because they are in more demand… nobody can buy right now. This is also the reason the home values have dropped to an all time low. There has never been a better time to buy a home with the home values as low as they are and the interest rates as low as they are. If you have poor credit… you can do something about it. There is plenty of advice on this site. If you have poor credit… you can do something about it. There is plenty of advice on this site. Get your budget under control, repair your credit, establish some credit keeping your debt to income ratio in good standing, and BUY A HOME.
Ten Steps to Prepare for Home Ownership
1. Decide how much home you can afford. Generally, you can afford a home equal in value to between 2 and 3 times your gross income.
2. Develop a wish list of what you’d like your home to have. Then prioritize the features on your list.
3. Select three or four neighborhoods you’d like to live in. Consider items such as schools, recreational facilities, area expansion plans, and safety.
4. Determine if you have enough saved to cover your downpayment and closing costs. Closing costs, including taxes, attorney’s fee, and transfer fees average between 2 and 7 percent of the home price.
5. Get your credit in order. Obtain a copy of your credit report.
6. Determine how large a mortgage you can qualify for. Also explore different loans options and decide what’s best for you.
7. Organize all the documentation a lender will need to pre-approve you for a loan.
8. Do research to determine if you qualify for any special mortgage or downpayment assistance programs.
9. Calculate the costs of homeownership, including property taxes, insurance, maintenance, and association fees, if applicable.
10. Find an experienced REALTOR® who can help you through the process.
Mortgage Calculator
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Downloadable "Need to Know" Mortgage & Real Estate

8 Big Mortgage Mistakes You Need To Avoid
11 Big Mortgage Mistakes to Avoid
14 Things To Consider Before Buying a Home
Step 1 Are You Ready
Step 2 Get a Realtor
Step 3 Get Loan Pre approval
Step 4 Look at Homes
Step 5 Choose a Home
Step 6 Get Funding
Step 7 Make an Offer
Step 8 Get Insurance
Step 9 Closing
Step 10 What's Next
Avoiding Mortgage Red Flags
Costs Associated with a Home Loan
Finding a Good Home Inspector
First-Time Homebuyer's Basics
Five Key Areas to Pay Attention to When Buying a Home
Fixed Rate vs. Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM)
How to Get a Mortgage
How to Negotiate the Best Deal
How to Track Down Foreclosure Properties
How to Win the Real Estate Bidding Wars
Know Your Rights if Your Loan is Sold
Mortgage Free … How Can That Be? Part 1
Mortgage Free … How Can That Be? Part 2
New House or an Old One?
Purchasing a Home - Getting Started
Questions to Expect From Mortgage Lenders
Simple Supply & Demand
Sometimes a Smaller Home Is Better
State Salutes Top Lenders - 1st Time Homebuyer Programs
Take Charge When Buying a Home
Ten Questions to Ask Your Lender
Ten Steps to Prepare for Home Ownership
Three Steps to Getting a Mortgage
Title Insurance: Who Needs It?
Understanding Escrow Accounts
Understanding the Closing Process
What is PMI?

Downloadable "Need to Know" Reverse Mortgage

What Is a Reverse Mortgage?
Who Is Eligible for a Reverse Mortgage?
Loan Size for a Reverse Mortgage?
Costs and Interest Rates of a Reverse Mortgage?
Criticism of a Reverse Mortgage


Texas Residential Lease Application
TAA Texas Apartment Association Application