Abusive or "predatory" lenders target people who are strapped for cash. But the loans they push usually have sky-high interest rates and fees. They are often illegal, too. You need to know how to tell a "good" loan from a bad one. Otherwise, you could end up paying too much, hurting your credit rating—and even losing your home.
We saw many changes in the Real Estate market in 2022, with a paradigm shift taking place when the federal rate hikes began making an impact mid-year.
Whether you’re a renter or a homeowner, chances are you care about protecting the environment – and saving money. Here are some tips from Bank of New Hampshire to help you do both.
Moving into your own place can be exciting and frightening at the same time. Bank of New Hampshire suggests considering the following questions when choosing your own home.
Now that you’re settling in to your new space, there are some important things you need to consider. Bank of New Hampshire recommends these following tips.
Whether you are preparing to rent an apartment or purchase a home, Bank of New Hampshire encourages you to be familiar with the following housing terms:
Before you can make the transition from renting your home to owning your home, you will need to have a substantial down payment, typically 5 to 20 percent of the home’s value.