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Calculators

15- vs. 30-Year Mortgage

Determining which mortgage term is right for you can be a challenge. With a shorter 15-year mortgage, you’ll pay significantly less interest when compared to a 30-year mortgage – but only if you can afford the higher monthly payment. Use this calculator to compare and weigh the pros and cons.

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Rates & Resources

To keep you from having to do all the math, we’ve provided rates & calculators for all kinds of situations.

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Buying A Home

Homeownership can seem like a never-ending journey. Let us help you navigate everything from buying and selling a home to understanding mortgage products and refinancing.

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(Re)Building Credit

Credit is factored into many decisions, including loan approvals, housing applications, insurance rates, and employment opportunities. To obtain the most favorable outcomes, it’s important to understand the basics of credit scores and credit reports.

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