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Tips for First-Time Homebuyers
Homebuying can be an exciting but complicated process, with many steps, decisions, and confusing legal documents. Here are some tips to help you begin.
Financing Options for Your Home Renovation
Whether you’re looking to overhaul your kitchen, finish your basement, or increase the size of your house, any significant home renovation project can come with a significant price tag. Learn more about what homeowners need to know about different financing options.
Ready to Buy a Home? First, Build a Budget
Buying a home can be exciting, joyful—and a little scary. You may wonder, should I buy now or wait? How much can I afford? Will I get in over my head? Creating a budget can help you avoid some these mistakes, while also helping you stay focused on what you can reasonably afford during the home buying process.
Ready to Renovate Your Home?
If you’re like most homeowners gearing up for a renovation project, you’re probably excited about improving your home but apprehensive about the cost. Here’s how to zero in on a home project that can pay off.
What Can Happen If You Buy Before You Sell?
In the excitement of shopping for a new home, it’s easy to get in over your head. Learn how one couple experienced the hardship of balancing two mortgages, and why you should consider what it means to buy a home before you sell your old one.
How Much Car Can I Afford?
Feeling anxious about the cost of a new car? Huntington can help you get started before starting the buying or leasing process. Plus, we have tips from a Huntington banker on how to navigate the process.
Find The Right Real Estate Agent For You
Buying a home, especially for the first time, can be both exciting and overwhelming. A house probably costs more than anything you’ve ever purchased. This is just one of many reasons you may want the help of a real estate agent—and choosing the right agent is crucial.
The Hidden Costs of Buying a Home
It’s easy to get caught up in home-buying excitement. These strategies can help you avoid signing on for more house than you can afford.
Buying or Leasing A Car (Worksheet)
We’ve all been there: revved up to get a new vehicle, but also determined not to overpay or miss a hard-to-spot expense in the deal. Use our five money-saving moves to help put you in the driver’s seat.