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Local lender lays out the 10 simple steps to buying your first house

Buying your first house. Sounds scary, huh? It doesn't have to be, especially if you have the right lender on your side. Envoy Mortgage will walk you through the entire process, from the day you apply for a loan to the day you close on your new home.

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Different Home Loan Types & Down Payment Assistance

Buying a home is exciting, but it can be a little overwhelming when it comes to understanding how real estate financing works. Your local Envoy loan originator is ready to help you learn all the financial jargon and make you aware of any down payment assistance loan programs available to you for your unique financial situation.

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Everything you need to know as a first time home buyer

Buying your first home should be exciting and not stressful. At Envoy, we make things simple for first time homebuyers to understand and we explain each loan milestone, so there are no surprises along the way. So, let’s get started.

how to buy a house

Complete Guide: How to Buy A House

Buying a house can sound a little overwhelming, but with the right resources by your side it can be a painless experience. If this is your first time buying a home, don’t worry. We will be here to help you through the entire mortgage process, from the day you apply to the day you close on your new home. You are just ten steps away from holding your first set of house keys in your hand. Let’s go!

Tax Rules for Refinancing

You’re used to paying property taxes and the various deductions and credits that come with homeownership, but now that you’ve refinanced your mortgage, things could be a little different. Prepare for the tax season by taking a look at these rules related to refinancing. 

3 Moves to Make After Closing Your Refi Loan

Now that you’ve finished your refinancing process, you’re probably ready to stop thinking about home loans and get back to your daily routine. That’ll come soon—first, there are three critical steps you should take to start your post-refinancing phase on the right foot.