First-Time Home Buyers

Best and Worst States For First-Time Buyers
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Best and Worst States For First-Time Buyers

Iowa is the easiest state for young buyers, while California is the hardest,... More

A Look at Wells Fargo's Low-Down Mortgage Program
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A Look at Wells Fargo's Low-Down Mortgage Program

yourFirstMortgage offers fixed-rate mortgages for a down payment of as little as 3%. More

Whirlpool Continues its Exclusive Agreement with Meritage Homes
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Whirlpool Continues its Exclusive Agreement with Meritage Homes

June 2016’s four-year renewal brings Whirlpool into Meritage’s new LiVE.NOW brand. More

First-Time Buyers Should Boost Builders
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First-Time Buyers Should Boost Builders

Builders are shifting focus toward people 25-years-old to 34-years-old as their... More

First-Time Buyers Boost Homebuilders
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First-Time Buyers Boost Homebuilders

Builders are shifting focus toward people 25-years-old to 34-years-old as their... More

Bay Area Buyers Need Almost Twice the Income for Median Down Payment
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Bay Area Buyers Need Almost Twice the Income for Median Down Payment

High down payments are a “major barrier to homeownership.” More

Why Your First Home Should be an Investment Property
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Why Your First Home Should be an Investment Property

This writer says it's never too early to start investing. More

Brandywine Homes Announces Its Third Infill Townhome Development in Norwalk, Calif.
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Brandywine Homes Announces Its Third Infill Townhome Development in Norwalk, Calif.

Castella’s 21 townhomes will add entry-level housing near Los Angeles and other... More

Bay Area Homes: As Mortgage Rates Increase, How Much More Will Buyers Pay?
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Bay Area Homes: As Mortgage Rates Increase, How Much More Will Buyers Pay?

As mortgage rates climb, experts examine how much more the rates could cost... More

British Columbia Battles High Home Prices With First-Time Buyer Loans
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British Columbia Battles High Home Prices With First-Time Buyer Loans

Provincial residents looking to buy are eligible for loans of up to $28,100 USD. More

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