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Can’t Quite Afford a House Yet? Consider a Co-Borrower

Can’t Quite Afford a House Yet? Consider a Co-Borrower

With home prices skyrocketing over the past few years, more first-time buyers are enlisting the help of more seasoned homeowners - namely their parents or grandparents - to be co-borrowers with them. In fact, since 2020, the percentage of young adult buye

Nov 29, 2022 | Purchasing a Home

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday that gives us the opportunity to express our gratitude to all of our family, friends and clients. All of us at Westmoreland Home Mortgage would like to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving and to let you know how much you mean

Nov 24, 2022 |

Disputing Your Property Tax Assessment Can Save You Money

Disputing Your Property Tax Assessment Can Save You Money

When you are applying for a home loan, you are generally concentrating on the principal and interest charges that will make up your future mortgage payment. However, there is another cost that may be harder to determine at the outset of your loan: your pr

Nov 22, 2022 |

5 Crucial Questions to Ask When Buying a Condo

5 Crucial Questions to Ask When Buying a Condo

Not all homeownership looks like a single-family home with a white picket fence. There are all sorts of property types to help Americans realize the dream of becoming a homeowner. Condominiums, also known as condos, can be the perfect option for those who

Nov 15, 2022 | Purchasing a Home

5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Buying a Vacation Home

5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Buying a Vacation Home

Buying a vacation home can be an excellent investment, whether you are planning to use it exclusively as your own private escape or if you plan to rent it out for some extra income, or some combination of the two. However, purchasing a second home is a we

Nov 08, 2022 | Purchasing a Home

Is a 15-Year Fixed-Rate Mortgage Right for Me?

Is a 15-Year Fixed-Rate Mortgage Right for Me?

The most common home loan, by far, is the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage. It spreads out the principal and interest in an amortized pattern over three decades, allowing for manageable payments. It’s a good solid loan structure beloved by lenders and borrower

Nov 01, 2022 | Purchasing a Home

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