Penrith Blog – All About Home
Preparing for Common Move-in Expenses
While moving into a new home can be an incredibly exciting time, there are also expenses to keep in mind.
Five MORE Office Design Tips to Boost Productivity
Your office is a dedicated space for you to get work done in the comfort of your own home. That’s why it’s important to design this space to help maximize your productivity while keeping you organized.
An FAQ On Title Insurance: What You Need to Know
Obtaining title insurance is an essential step in buying a home, as it is a requirement for the majority of lenders. Here are some answers to the most common questions on what this means for homebuyers (and sellers!).
How to Choose the Right Mattress
A good night's sleep isn't just one of life's greatest pleasures, it's also a necessity. At eight hours a night, we spend a third of our day asleep. Because of this, it's important to choose the best mattress for the most comfortable sleeping experience possible. But how do you choose the right mattress for your needs?
Six Tips to Optimize Your Home Office
Working from home is always a bit easier when you have a dedicated space. This can help you to stay concentrated and organized, effectively helping you get more done.
5 Ways to Strengthen Your Offer on a Home
Finding a property to put an offer on is thrilling! It means you’re officially one step closer to calling this house your home. However, what comes next will determine whether or not you get the home, as well as if you’ll pay a fair price for it. Still, making an offer can be one of the most difficult parts of the home buying process.
Considering a Cash-Out Refinance? Here’s What You Need to Know
A cash-out refinance may be appealing to homeowners who have been building equity in their home due to the financial benefits it could bring. You have the opportunity to potentially lower your interest rate while also freeing up cash you wouldn't otherwise have access to until selling your home.
Increasing Loan Limits in 2020
A recent Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) announcement will give home shoppers even more buying power in 2020. Why? Because conforming loan limits are increasing for the fourth year in a row.