There seems to be an endless number of myths out there surrounding what can and cannot hurt your credit score. Let’s debunk some of these myths once and for all. Continue reading “Will This Hurt My Credit Score?” 5 Credit Myths, Debunked
This post is the start of a new series where we’ll explore why people love the neighborhoods where they live … we’re kicking it off with Ballard! Continue reading What I Love About Ballard
More often than not, when you commit to a lender for your home purchase, your lender stays with you only until your loan funds. After that point, a loan is usually sold to an investor and/or a loan servicer who will run the day-to-day upkeep of your account. Continue reading What is Loan Servicing? Find Out How it Can Complicate Your Mortgage Payment.
Photos of Flyhomes employees’ adorable pets.
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Here at Flyhomes, getting started with your Client Advisor—our name for the agent who will be your “head coach”—can happen six months or even a year before you think you’re ready to buy. Continue reading Starting Your Home Search? 5 Reasons to Not Go It Alone
Falling mortgage rates sound good, but if you’re not used to thinking about these numbers, it can be difficult to know at a glance what a change like 0.767% actually means. Here are three big ways today’s rates are good news for you if you’re looking to buy a home soon. Continue reading The Case for Today’s Interest Rates
An escrow account is designated primarily for payment of your property taxes and homeowners insurance plus any other required insurance. You pay into the account, which is managed by your mortgage lender, as you make your mortgage payment. Continue reading Escrow Accounts, Explained
Tips on staying warm during a Seattle snowstorm. Continue reading Stay Warm, Seattle!