Read This Before Getting your First Mortgage Loan!
This post is sponsored by Northwest Bank. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Northwest Bank is Member FDIC.
Last year, Aimery and I moved into a townhouse when I became a single mom following my divorce. Fast forward a year, I’m back up on my feet and running not only one, but two businesses! My lease is up in January and my hope is to purchase my first home! I need more room for coworking space, Ben needs somewhere to study, and Aimery is needing more room to run around! With this transition comes a lot of careful research and full of important decision making. It also includes the dreaded “M” word… Money. Keep reading below to see how my big decision isn’t actually as stressful as I thought it would be thanks to Northwest bank!
Although buying a house is such a big decision and finances are an even larger one, a lot of weight and stress has been lifted off my shoulders with Northwest Bank! Their goal is to help you every step of the way as you finance your mortgage, or HELOC, with the easiest process and the best customer service that you can trust. It sounds great to me! Northwest bank offers Home Equity Loans and Lines of Credit. This option is affordable, has great rates, and low fees. It’s convenient because I can apply online or in person. It also has a lot of flexibility! You can close on your terms and Northwest Bank will send someone to you, super convenient for a busy mom like myself!
Northwest Bank also offers Mortgage Loans. Their mortgage loan is adjusted to your needs, whatever new season of life you may be in. You follow the application through a specific process and dedicated customer advocates guide you through the entire process, staying accessible, communicating often and helping you understand what’s happening every step of the way. Sounds like a lot less hassle to me!
I’m so excited to buy my first home! I’m so relieved that Northwest Bank offers services like these to help me through all the ups and downs of this new adventure! I’d love to hear about your banking experiences in the comments below! When did you buy your first home? What should I look out for the most?