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Archive: 2019 (6 Articles)

September 26, 2019 | 5 minute read

Everything You Need To Know About Financing A Fixer Upper

The housing market is growing increasingly competitive. Fortunately, that's where renovation mortgage loans come into play. Financing a fixer-upper can make the difference between compromising on your purchase and choosing a home you're sure to cherish for years to come. More

August 30, 2019 | 5 minute read

Realtor or Lender – Which Should You Choose First?

Is it smarter to select a Realtor or lender first? Find out what you need to know when choosing a real estate agent and a mortgage lender – as well as some tips for selecting the best partners for your home purchase – with help from Summit Mortgage. More

July 29, 2019 | 7 minute read

7 Steps To Buying Your First House

Are you ready to buy your first home? Right now, you’re probably feeling a mixture of excitement and nerves. That’s completely normal. The home buying process is long and complicated, and it can be confusing for first-time homebuyers like yourself who are about to take their first step ... More

Military couple in new home
April 23, 2019 | 4 minute read

Understanding VA Home Loans

How Does a VA Loan Work? If you’re a service member and are looking to buy or refinance a home, consider applying for a VA home loan with Summit Mortgage. VA home loans are designed to help save ... More

April 17, 2019 | 6 minute read

The Top 5 Challenges of Second-time Homebuyers

They say practice makes perfect. So you would think that buying a second home would be easier than buying the first. Well, not necessarily. While it’s true that you might have more insight into the process and have a better idea of what to expect, second-time homebuyers ... More

January 24, 2019 | 6 minute read

Increase Your Credit Score by 100 points in 45 days

Increasing your credit score is a popular topic that millions of people offer their advice on. Summit Mortgage has been dealing with credit scores for the last 25 years, so take it from us: not all of that information is accurate. According to Experian, More

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