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This area of the United Heritage Blog covers topics relevant to your home, such as help for first-time home buyers, home upgrade ideas and more. 

Mortgage Terms and Disclosures: Learning a New Language

Posted on October 19, 2018 Your Home 0 comments

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Purchasing a new home can be as exciting as it is intimidating. In addition to the numerous loan options and payment structures, there are mortgage-related words and terms that might be new to some. But don’t fret. We’ve provided a guide to some of the most frequently used terms to help you along the way.

Expect the Unexpected: The Costs of Buying a House

Posted on October 12, 2018 Your Home 0 comments

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A first-time homebuyer could easily overlook fees and expenses that come when purchasing a home. That’s why it’s important to learn about all of the costs you will have to budget for. Here are 4 costs to consider when buying a home.

Down and Detailed: All About Down Payments

Posted on October 5, 2018 Your Home 0 comments

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Purchasing a home for the first time is a major financial milestone. Along the way, you’re bound to have questions. How much money will I need to put down? How will my down payment affect my mortgage payments? All great questions and fortunately, there are many options and choices for every kind of homebuyer.

Hurricane Harvey Relief

Posted on September 10, 2017 Your Money, Your Home, Your Car 0 comments

We're concerned about you, and we're here to help. These resources can help you navigate this difficult time.

3 Must-Dos Before Buying a Home in Austin

Posted on October 13, 2016 Your Money, Your Home 0 comments

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With an average list price of $414,563 for a four-bedroom, two-bathroom house, Austin-area homes are the most expensive in the Lone Star State. Check out these money-saving tips to ensure you don't overstretch your budget when buying a home in Texas' capital city.

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