Home buying tips
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Financing Terms to Know
You’ll hear a lot of jargon when you begin your home purchasing process. View our glossary of commonly used words.
It’s important to know how much money you can borrow so you know how much home you can afford to buy. Get started today.
Obtaining a Credit Report
Before you can buy a home or begin construction, you need to know what your credit looks like. An up-to-date credit report is essential.
View the full list of calculators to help in your decision to purchase or refinance a home.
Lenders use your credit score to determine their level of risk in lending to you. 300 is the lowest possible score, while 850 is the highest. 740 is generally considered good. You can get one copy of your credit report each year at annualcreditreport.com