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Buying A House as An Unmarried Couple - 3 Things You Should Know  

Instead of expensive weddings and exotic honeymoons, couples today are instead choosing to use their money to  buy a home. In fact, about one out of every four couples that bought a home together last year, did so before they were married. Here are some things to consider when thinking of buying a home with your fiancé or partner. 

Can You Get a Cosigner For A Mortgage?

After searching for months, you've finally found the perfect home. The problem is that you're having a difficult time qualifying for a mortgage. Should you just wait to buy? No, not necessarily. Doing so might mean that you will miss out on getting a good deal on the perfect home. 

The Honest Guide to Getting a Mortgage After Filing For Bankruptcy

If you've been forced to file for bankruptcy, you may think that you'll never be able to get a home loan. While bankruptcy certainly affects your credit rating and may make potential lenders wary about underwriting a home loan, your ability to secure that home loan will improve as you recover from bankruptcy. How soon depends on the type of bankruptcy you filed, whether a foreclosure was involved in the bankruptcy suit and your actions after the bankruptcy.