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At Arete Mortgage, Jeanne and her staff 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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Jun
19
2024
The Biggest Mistakes Potential Homebuyers are Making Right Now
Homeownership remains a cornerstone of the American dream, but navigating today's market presents unique challenges. With higher mortgage rates, rising home prices, and a limited inventory of homes for sale, buyers must tread carefully. Here are some of the biggest mistakes...
Jun
12
2024
Avoid These 5 Expensive Kitchen Mistakes When Buying Your First Home
Buying your first home is an exciting milestone, but it can also be a minefield of hidden costs and unexpected issues, especially in the kitchen. As the heart of the home, the kitchen is where you’ll spend a lot of time, so it’s crucial to ensure it’s in good shape. Here...
Jun
05
2024
Understanding Hazard Insurance: What Homeowners Need to Know
Owning a home comes with various responsibilities, one of which is ensuring that the property is adequately insured. A common term you might encounter is "hazard insurance." But what exactly is hazard insurance, and how does it differ from homeowners insurance? Moreover, can you claim...
May
29
2024
Tips for Buying a Home at a Lower Cost
While it’s not always possible to stumble upon a fantastic house at a rock-bottom price, there are strategic approaches you can take to increase your chances of buying a home for less. Here are some tips to help you navigate the process and potentially save money on your next home...