Core Bank’s Affordable Housing Loan Program creates an opportunity for sustainable homeownership. Antonia Juarez Francisco was uncertain about the home mortgage process, and she is now celebrating being a first-time homeowner and a U.S. Citizen.
Extreme winter weather can leave neighborhoods and communities without power or other public services for long periods of time. It is a smart idea to prepare your home for such winter weather emergencies as well as cold weather throughout the season that can cause minor issues or even evolve into larger problems.
Colder temperatures and the changing color of leaves serve as a reminder that the fall season is here. It is an excellent time to do seasonal maintenance and updates to keep your home in tip-top condition.
While interest rates are a big consideration when buying a home, you don’t want to waste away and become a skeleton while waiting as there are other important factors to consider. This year, inflation reached a high not seen in forty years. With both mortgage rates and rent prices rising, which makes the “rent or buy?” question trickier and purchasing a home possibly a “scarier” season than ever.
Core Bank’s mortgage department has expanded in 2022 by adding four new lenders: Brandon Fowler, Christopher Rock, Dave Moody and Dean Cryer. These mortgage experts work hard to make the home loan process as easy as possible by walking future homeowners through the process.
Matt Brown was recently promoted to the Senior Vice President, Construction Lending Manager at Core Bank. Matt has over 20 years of banking experience and has played a significant role in the growth of the real estate division since 2017 and has a strong knowledge of all types of lending in the Omaha market.
Homeownership is the best path to wealth creation for a majority of Americans. Every mortgage payment you make increases your equity. Homeownership is more than a financial investment. Owning your home means owning your future and a place to raise your family.