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How to Choose a Real Estate Agent

How to Find a Great Real Estate Agent

When tackling one of the biggest financial decisions of your life, it’s important to have a great partner. Your real estate agent plays such a huge part in your home buying experience that choosing one can seem pretty daunting. After all, there’s no shortage of real estate agents vying for your business via online ads, […]

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Credit Scores 101

Everything You Need to Know About Credit Scores

If you’re looking into buying a home in the coming months, you’re likely doing all the research you can now. Maybe you’ve started to clean up your current home, you’ve started saving for a down payment, and you regularly browse available listings on realtor.com. However, do you know how your credit score effects your home […]

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Is It Time to Move?

3 Signs It’s Time to Move

Homeowners in northern Indianapolis know that buying a home is a huge achievement as well as a huge commitment. However, very few people stay in their first home forever because needs can change dramatically over the years. If your home isn’t meeting your needs anymore and you’re finding yourself browsing homes for sale online, it […]

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House Flipping

How to Choose a Flip House

Thanks to reality TV and the sellers housing market, house flipping has never been more popular. However, if you’re new to the game, we urge you to do your research because house flipping is not for everyone. What may seem like the perfect opportunity might instead end up costing you a lot of money if […]

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Is this home the right fit?

4 Signs a Home Is the Right Fit for You

If you’ve decided to purchase a home in the Carmel, Fishers, or greater Indianapolis area, GVC Mortgage is here to help. Our team knows that today’s buyers are looking for more than just the right fit in terms of price and square footage, and that they also want to know if a home is going […]

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To buy or to build

To Buy or to Build?

Depending on your perspective, this could be the best or the worst time to be house-hunting. Houses are selling fast and appreciating quickly in value, which is good news for both the buyers and the sellers. The downside, however, is that inventory is low. Buyers may become frustrated as bidding wars become more common with […]

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The Don'ts of Home Buying

The Don’ts of Home Buying

If you’re preparing to purchase a home this fall in Indianapolis, you may have already started researching the home buying process. There are many lists of things to do as you prepare: save for a down payment, get your credit in order, find a mortgage broker, etc., but our team at GVC Mortgage has put […]

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Refinancing 101

Homeownership is a learning process for everyone. After you’ve secured your mortgage and purchased your first home, you may think you’re done with the hard part. But our team at GVC Mortgage is here to remind you that your financial options don’t end on closing day. Refinancing your home loan means that you are essentially […]

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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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15 or 30 Year Mortgage?

Is a 15-Year or 30-Year Mortgage Right for You?

When financing a home purchase, a majority of homebuyers in America have opted for the 30-year fixed rate mortgage. While it is a tried-and-true path to homeownership, the 15-year fixed rate could be a better option and should not be overlooked. The loans are structurally similar, but the main difference between the two is the […]

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