Becoming an entrepreneur is an excellent way to increase your income, create job security, and enjoy the freedom of being your own boss.
As a business owner, you know the importance of choosing the right financial partner to make sure your operations run smoothly, your growth is optimized and you’re adequately covered from risk.
What you should know about financing a fixer-upper.
According to CoreLogic®, home prices nationwide saw a year-over-year increase of 17.2% in June 2021 and a month-over-month increase of 2.3%, when comparing May 2021 to June 2021. As home prices have risen and available home inventory remains low, many existing and potential new homeowners are prioritizing geographic location with a willingness to renovate to achieve their dream home. Some homeowners may be staying put and looking to renovate their existing home, while others are considering new home purchases that may require renovation.
If this is you, consider these tips before you begin the process of renovating your current home or purchasing a new home that you plan to renovate:
Financial conversations are usually stressful and avoided. Your comfortability of the subject can depend on the household you grew up in. Regardless of exposure, it’s important to integrate financial responsibility into the education of the next generation.
Interested in hitting the open road and experiencing the adventures of RV life? That sounds like fun! But first, you probably need to get the financing necessary to make it a reality, right?
Deciding between renting or becoming a homeowner? There are many things that you may want to consider if now is the time for you to finally…finally…own your own.
Now’s your chance to own your own backyard and say goodbye to renting.
With interest rates still at historical lows, now might be the time to make owning your first home a reality. With a few simple steps, you could be well on your way to owning your own walls, backyard, home gym, and more. Lower interest rates mean you have more buying power when it comes to finding that just-right home and, if you’re pre-qualified for a mortgage, you can get there even sooner.
Big financial decisions.
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Steps to make building your dream home a reality.
Your careful planning and preparation and our low mortgage rates can help make building your own home a reality. But first, you’ll want to make sure you’re really ready by following these important steps.
You can also visit LMCU.org/FinancialWellness to learn even more or use our handy calculators to see what it will take to open the door to your new address.