In our blog, NewRez loan advisors aim to demystify the home-buying process and arm you with valuable and actionable insight and advice. You won’t find any industry jargon here, but you will discover a treasure trove of mortgage-related information on everything. Stop by often to access the resources that will ensure you make the best decision regarding your unique mortgage needs. 

Cash-Out Refinance

Aug 09, 2019

Looking to fund home improvements, consolidate debt, or cover other expenditures? Then a cash-out refinance may be right for you.


20% Down Payment Myth

Jul 19, 2019

While the 20% rule has stuck around as folklore, future homeowners can actually get approved for mortgages requiring less than 10% down. Depending on your credit, the type of home you’re buying, and your career, you might even be able to buy a home with a zero-down mortgage.


Negotiate Your Home Purchase

Jul 05, 2019

Buying a home is likely the biggest purchase -- and one of the biggest commitments -- you will ever make. It’s important to ensure that you don’t overpay by getting the best deal possible, which is where stellar negotiations can come in real handy.


Building Wealth with Homeownership

Jun 21, 2019

Regardless of your exact financial goals, buying a home is likely an important part of the plan. In fact, for many Americans, homeownership can be one of the biggest factors on the road to building wealth.


Saving for a Down Payment in the Gig Economy

Jun 07, 2019

While the gig economy job structure is ideal for many, it can also create some unique financial challenges. This is particularly true when it comes to saving for things like retirement or a down payment on a mortgage.


What is Escrow?

May 22, 2019

Escrow is an important (and necessary) part of many big purchases, but it often catches first-time buyers off-guard. So, let’s take a look at what you can expect from an escrow account and how it will impact your home purchase.


What to Ask Your Loan Officer

May 10, 2019

Throughout the mortgage process, you’ll come across many different people, each with a unique role. One of them is the loan officer, who serves as the primary point of contact for your mortgage lender.