3 Myths about Reverse Mortgage Loans

A couple of months ago, we gave you a 101 of sorts on reverse mortgage loans. In this article, we explained what reverse loans are, who's eligible for them, and why you might consider one. To recap, a reverse mortgage loan is mortgage loan in which the lender makes payments...

The Fairway Advantage Pre-Approval: How Can it Help You?

In this hot market where bidding wars for homes are becoming a way of life, it's possible to make a good offer on a home, only to be beat out by someone with more cash in hand. However, if you're worried about this, worry no more. With the Fairway Advantage...

Conventional Loans 101: A Quick Overview

When the time comes to make a home purchase, you'll quickly discover that Fairway of the Carolinas offers myriad home loan programs. This doesn't mean they're all right for you, however. One of the best places to start is with a conventional loan. Even if another loan program proves to...

Fun Summer Activities You Must Do

With summertime in full swing but the return of school just around the corner, now is the time to get out and do something fun. While we could write a novel on fun summer activities, we know the time you have available to pursue these activities is limited. Therefore, like...

What Goes into Home Closing Costs?

If you've ever thought about buying or refinancing a home, you've probably heard the term "closing costs." These are the fees you pay at the closing table to cover a variety of expenses related to a new home mortgage. But how much are closing costs? And are you required to...

The Benefits of Using the FairwayNow App

If you're searching for a home and crave a one-stop-shopping kind of experience, fret not. We have REALLY good news. With the free FairwayNow app, you'll enjoy this and so much more. But what exactly does the FairwayNow app do and where do you get it? Let's explore this in...

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