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            5 Ways to Avoid Contractor Scams

            There are many reasons you might need to hire a contractor to do work on your home or property. It could be due to an ice storm, severe weather or just updates or repairs needing to made. While most contractors are honest, there are a few that will take advantage of people during a crisis. Here’s some tips to help ask the right questions and get your project on the right track.  

            Pre-Qualified vs. Pre-Approved: What’s the Difference?


            Getting pre-qualified and pre-approved both sound very similar, however there is a crucial difference between the two.

            Closing on a Mortgage: 101


            Congratulations, you’re almost to the finish line to buy your new home! Closing on the house is the final step and is the day you become the legal...

            Benefits of a Credit Union Mortgage


            The mortgage process can be confusing, especially if you are a first-time home buyer. What’s the difference between using a bank or a credit union...