David, who helps people buy houses and loves the great outdoors, created a checklist of the gear you can bring into a home offer … and the terrain where you can go with less gear. Continue reading Hiking Poles & Bear Spray: A Guide to Contingencies and More
Watch a webinar about refinancing from the experts at Flyhomes Mortgage, including how headlines in March 2020 affect interest rates. Continue reading Video: Refinancing 101
According to a recent survey of 1,000 Americans by Flyhomes, reality often falls short of dream-home expectations. But we have some ways to avoid the stress! Continue reading Survey Says: Homebuyer Regrets (And How to Avoid Them)
Newer generations struggle to keep pace with the modern reality of buying a home—but it’s a problem with a modern solution. Continue reading Shifting Homeownership Norms Lead to a New Normal
Our notes on how to get ready to buy a home you love. Continue reading 10 Flyhomes Tips for Buying a Home in 2020
Locking protects your mortgage from future price fluctuations, so if you lock today and rates go up tomorrow, you’re still guaranteed the rates and pricing from today. Continue reading Should I Lock My Interest Rate Today?
We dug into the data to help Expedia employees weigh their options for which neighborhood is best as the company moves to Interbay. Continue reading Why Magnolia Is the Best ‘Hood for Expedia Employees
In our ongoing mission to make buying a home less stressful, Flyhomes is happy to introduce a new, dedicated division of our Research Team called “Ask Me Anything!” or AMA. Continue reading Got Questions? We’ve Got Answers.
Think of a contingency as an escape hatch. Because contingencies provide a way out of buying a home, they decrease certainty for the seller. Their home isn’t quite sold when they accept a contingent offer … so sellers really don’t love contingencies. Continue reading What Is a Real Estate Contingency? (Short Answer: It’s Kryptonite.)
You lender wants to see that the money you’re using for your down payment is rightfully yours and that spending it won’t impact your ability to repay the loan. Continue reading Show Me the Money!: Funding Your Home Purchase