There is no denying that the pandemic has changed the landscape of the traditional office job. As the country began to shut down to help stop the spread of COVID-19, many transitioned to working from home, a possibility that seemed unlikely just months...Read More
Want to Buy a Home but Afraid of Commitment? No Worries!
Buying a home of your own is a big deal. Not only is it a financial commitment but a commitment to your future self. The many benefits of homeownership include the ability to create a space that is truly your own where...Read More
Are You Considering a Big Renovation or New Construction? With Us, You’ve Got Options.
With low inventory in the housing market spurring bidding wars, some aspiring homeowners are looking for alternatives to a traditional real estate transaction. In this blog, we’ll cover some options that you may not have considered –...Read More
Four Reasons Mortgage Professionals are Superheroes
Throughout history, superheroes have been portrayed as larger-than-life individuals who swoop in to save the day. At Silverton Mortgage, we’re familiar with this concept because our team of mortgage professionals shows up time after time to...Read More
Here are Four Non-Financial Advantages to Homeownership
When people think about buying a home of their own, they probably consider the many financial benefits that are associated with homeownership. From potentially building equity and enjoying the potential tax breaks, to the stability that comes with having a...Read More
Should I Hire A Real Estate Agent to Buy My Home?
You’ve finally decided to buy a home. You’ve gotten pre-approved for a mortgage and now the only thing standing in the way is settling on “the one.” Now you’re asking yourself the question that so many house hunters before you have...Read More
Here’s What You Need To Know About Down Payment Assistance.
For many, the biggest hurdle when trying to purchase a home is coming up with the upfront costs required to do so, which includes having a down payment. While the amount you’ll need to put down varies depending on the type of loan,...Read More
Understanding Mortgage Rates
When it comes time to purchase a home, you’ll hear a lot about mortgage rates. In short, your mortgage rate is what it costs each year to borrow the money and is expressed as a percentage rate. Generally, the amount of interest you pay every month is added to the principal amount you repay monthly. In...Read More
Homeownership in 2021: Here’s What to Expect
It’s safe to say that the housing market stood its ground against some major curveballs as home sales hit record numbers and interest rates dropped. It’s expected that the streak will continue into 2021 as things...Read More