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What is a VA guaranteed loan?

      A VA-guaranteed loan can be used to:

  • buy a home, either existing or pre-construction, as a primary residence
  • refinance an existing loan

How to avoid foreclosure

The most important thing you can do when you’re having trouble paying your mortgage is take control. In most cases, the worst thing you can do is nothing.

myFICO Booklet – Credit Score

A credit score is a number that helps lenders and others predict how likely you are to make your credit payments on time. Each score is based on the information in your credit report.

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Preferred Lender Gold Financial Mortgage

Loan Officer Brian Chunn


Preferred Home Inspector Babcock Home Inspections

Preferred Home Inspector Babcock Home Inspections


Bexar County Property Search

Bexar County Property Search


Official San Antonio Government

Official San Antonio Government


Preferred Title Company, Escrow Officer Angela Sanchez

Escrow Officer Angela Sanchez


My brokerage Office Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Don Johnson Realtors
School Selection by Property Address

School Selection by Property Address


Reported Crimes by Neighborhood

Reported Crimes by Neighborhood


Owning a home is more than a financial investment; it’s an investment in quality of life – particularly if you have a family or if you’re planning one. You can decorate or renovate however you like, customize your landscape, rule the roost! It’s your home. This guide provides a detailed look at the home buying process for first-time homebuyers.

Do you qualify to own?

Get your financial facts straight. Go to your bank or other lending institution for a credit check and general financial analysis. Also, keep in mind that you may be eligible for loans insured by the Veterans Administration (VA) or the Federal Housing Administration (FHA).

Is it a good time to buy?

Generally speaking, if you are currently renting but want to own a home, have the funding, and the right real estate professional to guide you – those are signs that it might be a good time to buy.

An experienced real estate professional can assess the current local market conditions and inform you about your options. As an industry insider, a professional agent will often get the scoop on great real estate opportunities you might otherwise miss!

Save Energy and Money Today

You have the power to save money and energy in your own home. Saving energy reduces our nation’s demand for the resources needed to make energy, and improving your energy efficiency is like adding another clean energy source to our electric power grid. The result is reduced utility bills and money in your pocket. Improving your energy efficiency can also im- prove the comfort of your home and your quality of life.

This guide shows you how easy it is to reduce your energy use at home and on the road. You’ll find quick tips you can use to start saving today, as well as information on larger projects that will help save you money over 1the long term.

     Reverse mortgages

This guide gives an overview of many key concepts of reversemortgages. A qualified reverse mortgage counselor can help you learn more.

If you’re interested in considering a reverse mortgage, but haven’t spoken witha counselor yet, call (800) 569-4287 to find a Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) approved reverse mortgage counselor today.

A detailed discussion with a counselor will give you important information
to help you decide whether a reverse mortgage is right for you. HUD-approved reverse mortgage counselors have the latest information on reversemortgages. In order to get the most out of your counseling session, comeprepared to talk about:

  • §  Your financial needs and goals
  • §  Your spouse or partner’s future housing and financial needs
  • §  Other family members or dependents living with you and their future housing needs
  • §  The reasons you’re considering a reverse mortgage
  • §  The alternatives to a reverse mortgage you may have considered