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5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Buying a Vacation Home

5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Buying a Vacation Home

Buying a vacation home can be an excellent investment, whether you are planning to use it exclusively as your own private escape or if you plan to rent it out for some extra income, or some combination of the two. However, purchasing a second home is a we

Nov 08, 2022 | Purchasing a Home

The Pros And Cons Of The VA Home Loan

Are you thinking about moving to Cheyenne, Wyoming, and want to use your VA home loan benefit? In this episode of Wynot Wyoming, I’m going to share the pros and cons of the VA home loan program. We’ll look at everything from the benefits to the qualificat

Nov 01, 2022 |

Is a 15-Year Fixed-Rate Mortgage Right for Me?

Is a 15-Year Fixed-Rate Mortgage Right for Me?

The most common home loan, by far, is the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage. It spreads out the principal and interest in an amortized pattern over three decades, allowing for manageable payments. It’s a good solid loan structure beloved by lenders and borrower

Nov 01, 2022 | Purchasing a Home

Should I Refinance My ARM Loan to a Fixed-Rate Mortgage?

Should I Refinance My ARM Loan to a Fixed-Rate Mortgage?

Long-term mortgage interest rates have more than doubled in the past year and hit 14-year highs as of September 2022. If you bought a home in recent years with an adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM), it probably made a lot of sense at the time and helped you s

Oct 25, 2022 | Interest Rates

How The Community Gives Back In Cheyenne

How The Community Gives Back In Cheyenne

Did you know that the heart and soul of Cheyenne is its people? In this episode of Wynot Wyoming?, I’m going to share some of the ways that Cheyenne’s community helps each other out. We’ll talk about the thriving nonprofit community in Cheyenne and look a

Oct 20, 2022 |

What The Latest Fed Rate Hike Means for Mortgages

What The Latest Fed Rate Hike Means for Mortgages

The Federal Reserve’s September interest rate hike marks the fifth straight increase in 2022. What does that mean for the mortgage world? Fed Rate Hikes The Federal Reserve is in charge of maintaining a healthy level of inflation and employment in the U.S

Oct 18, 2022 | Interest Rates