If you’re ready to buy a home or refinance your current property, the Mortgage Team at Elevations Credit Union will guide you through the process. Mortgage Loan Officer John Gilfedder has worked with individuals, families and real estate professionals at the Broomfield/Westminster Branch since September of 2018.
Peggy Kramer from the Mortgage Team at Elevations Credit Union would be happy to assist you with the lending process and find the best loan for your needs.
Have you been wondering about investing in real estate? Owning an investment property can be a great choice, and we’ve outlined six of the biggest benefits here. Keep in mind, whether you invest in real estate, stocks, bonds, CDs or anything else, it’s important to talk through the potential risks and returns with an experienced professional before committing. Top reasons to invest
Buying a house is one of the biggest purchases you’ll ever make, so you want to feel nothing less than great about your choice. Figuring out your budget and getting preapproved for a home loan is the opening act. We’ll walk you through those steps in our post “Buying a Home — 4 Steps to Get Started.” Once the financing is squared
House shopping and imagining the possibilities for your new life can be really fun. However, before setting out to look at homes with a real estate agent, you’ll want to square away a couple of not-so-fun details so you’re well positioned to make an offer when that dream home comes along. Namely: Figure out what
Your Colorado home is valuable. So, why not dip into the equity you’ve accrued as a homeowner to help reach a few financial goals in your life? Two options are a home equity loan and a cash-out refinance. Both put dollars in your pocket but in very different ways. Let’s discover the best option for
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As you explore the home buying process for your new Colorado real estate, you may see title insurance listed as part of your estimated closing costs. This is a common line item that all home buyers should understand. In short, title insurance protects the buyer and lender from potential damage, losses or legal fees arising