There are a lot of myths concerning buying a new home. Learn what some of these are so they don’t stop you from making progress towards your dream home.

Have questions? You might find the answers in our frequently asked questions.

How much money can you take out while sticking to your budget? Use our tool to find out.

Credit scores have a significant impact when it comes to getting a loan. Learn how you can make your credit work in your favor.

Learn the basic steps in the homeownership process. Knowing what to expect can make your experience a whole lot smoother.

How your employees, members, and sponsors can benefit from a relationship with Homebridge.

Here is everything you’ll need to know to help you understand all the terms you’ll be hearing over the next few weeks.

Find out how much money you can take out in a loan based on how much you can afford to set aside for a mortgage payment each month.

Should you continue renting or is it time to buy? Use our calculator to determine the best option for you.

Appraisals can make or break a home purchase deal. Here is what you need to know to be informed during the process.

Our Latest Thinking

Right now, the biggest news story to follow is the U.S. and China trade negotiations. This past week, home loans started inching higher but were "saved" momentarily midweek when reports came out suggesting a delay of a "phase one" trade deal signing. Remember that bonds and home loan rates like…

Fed Takes Action Nov 1 2019

This past week the Federal Reserve cut the Fed Funds Rate for the third time this year, by .25%. Along with the rate cut, the Fed released a statement that suggested a "pause" in further cuts, but stated they will be ready to act again should "slowing global conditions" continue…

This past week home loan rates were essentially unchanged from the previous week, breaking a trend of higher rates since the beginning of October. Bonds hate good news and there is still plenty to go around: U.S./China trade dispute progress Brexit progress Corporate earnings remain positive, as does the economic…