Invest In A Home For Your University Student

By Anita Brown, Director of Sales and Marketing The investment of a home for your university student can be a wise decision for many parents. There are many benefits of providing a child a home to own during their college years. People can co-sign with their child on the loan which helps your child establish a good credit history. The student can have roommates live with them and help make the payment and the total cost can be much less than room and board in a dorm. The new home provides a better environment for study, a security system, and …

FACT: Money under the mattress does not count!

Money for down-payment and closing costs needs to come from a verifiable source … a glimpse into one of our Home Buyer Seminar. These seminars are open to the public, so register today!

Three Buckets and A House Payment

This infographic aims to help home buyers understand the basic components of a house payment, often referred to as P.I.T.I. (Principal, Interest, Taxes, and Insurance). The information is provided for educational purposes only. Please consult a loan professional (speak to one of our participating lenders) for more details. Learn more by attending our Free Home Buyer Seminar … click here to catch a glimpse of one. Share this Image On Your Site Please include attribution to http://www.homecreations.com with this graphic.

FACT: House Payment is more than just Principal and Interest

Understand what makes up your monthly house payment … a glimpse into one of our Home Buyer Seminar. Open to the public. Register to attend one today!

Does the thought of buying a new home terrify you?

You dream about one day building your new home, but you don’t know where to start? “How do I qualify? Will I be turned down?” It can be a little intimidating for first time home owners. My name is Courtney, and I am the new Internet Sales Consultant for Home Creations (Learn more about Courtney here). Honestly, before I started this job, the thought of buying a new home was a little overwhelming for me. But, now, I have had a chance to see the process, and how easy it actually is! I thought buying a new home might be a …