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At Arete Mortgage, we know you want to be a homeowner.

In order to do that, you need a home loan.

Problem is, you don’t know how much house you can afford which may make you feel apprehensive about buying in general.

We believe all home buyers deserve to live in a home they can afford.

We understand people are seldom taught how to buy a home and sometimes there are obstacles like credit score, savings, and debt that get in the way.

We have helped over a thousand clients, just like you, get a great mortgage, at a rate they can afford.
         
       

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Sep
23
2020
Rebuilding Your Home and Life After A Natural Disaster
Hundreds of thousands of homes are affected every year by natural disasters in the U.S, causing upwards of $300 billion in damages every year. We hope that you will never have to experience the devastation of a natural disaster. But should that happen, it's crucial to be prepared in advance....
Sep
16
2020
The Benefits of Purchasing a Fixer-Upper as Your First Home
Buying a move-in ready home is appealing, but there are benefits to purchasing a "diamond in the rough," too. Here are the top 5 reasons home shoppers prefer a fixer-upper.  Pro Mortgage Tip: Did you know that there are home loan programs, especially buying a home that needs...
Sep
09
2020
Questions to Ask a Real Estate Agent for a Pleasant Homebuying Experience
While buying a home is a wonderfully positive event, it still presents challenges, and that's why most work with a real estate agent. Over the years, we've partnered up with many outstanding agents, and we understand how valuable their expertise is for you, the home shopper. We also know...
Sep
02
2020
The Real Benefits of Using A Local Mortgage Professional
Real estate sales are primarily a localized market. That's why you wouldn't ask a Dallas real estate agent for assistance in purchasing a duplex in St. Louis. Likewise, you wouldn't ask a San Diego mechanic to winterize your Denver car or a Tallahassee-based educator what he thinks about...