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Conventional Home Loan

FAQs about Conventional Home Loans

Do you plan on buying a home this summer? Maybe you’ve found the right home but are now trying to decide which type of financing is right for you? A conventional home loan is a wise decision for Indianapolis home buyers, but how do you know if it’s right for you? Our team at GVC […]

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Surviving a Seller's Market

How to Buy a House in a Seller’s Market

If you’ve spent any time looking for houses in the past several months, you know that the market is currently in the seller’s favor. Houses are flying off the market and it can be very frustrating for a potential homebuyer to find what they’re looking for and beat out the competition in order to secure […]

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Closing Day

What to Expect on Closing Day

Congratulations! You finally did it – the house is yours! You braved the hot market, attended open house after open house, worked with your realtor and landed a deal, so you should be proud. But there is one final hurdle to clear before the keys are in your hand, so don’t relax just yet. Our […]

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USDA Loan

What Is a USDA Loan?

For many Americans, buying a home is a dream, but often seems impossible to achieve. In the generation plagued by student loan debt, many millennials believe they won’t be able to buy a home because they cannot save for a down payment. However, thanks to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, there is now an option […]

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Home Buying

The Home Buying Process

Purchasing a home has long been part of the American dream, but many people find the process too daunting to complete. Our team at GVC Mortgage is here to turn your dreams into reality by walking you through the home buying process and giving you a positive, fulfilling experience. To help you get started, we’ve […]

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How to save for a house

How to Save for a House

Home ownership is a dream come true for many Americans. However, buying your first home can be a daunting task. Our team at GVC Mortgage is here to help you start saving for a down payment on your dream home. Understanding how much to save and how to do it can relieve some of the […]

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Features of an FHA Loan

4 Features to Consider when Choosing an FHA Loan

An FHA loan is a government-backed mortgage insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA). This type of mortgage is popular with first-time homebuyers and those who do not have the means for a larger down payment. But how do you know if an FHA loan is the right decision for you? Along with the four […]

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Mortgage Options

Which Type of Mortgage is Right for You?

So you’re thinking of buying a home? Congratulations! Most people associate the home buying process with calling a realtor, finding the perfect home, negotiating the deal, having inspections performed, and then setting a close date. Just as important, however, is deciding which mortgage is right for you. A little proactive planning can help you accomplish […]

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Fall Home Buying

3 Reasons to Buy a House This Fall

If you’ve been considering buying your first home but are unsure about whether or not you’re ready to dive into the world of home ownership, there are several factors that currently make buying a home appealing. Buying a home can be scary for first time buyers, so remember to call your friends at GVC Mortgage […]

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Get the Best Mortgage Interest Rate

3 Ways to Get the Best Interest Rate on a Home Mortgage

Buying a house can be an exciting but overwhelming process filled with unexpected twists and turns. Most people understand the importance of having a trustworthy and proactive realtor, but having a mortgage lender that you can depend on is equally as important. A good lender can ensure that your mortgage loan goes through without a […]

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