Primary considerations for setting your housing budget require an assessment of your income, debt and current savings for the down payment on the home. The following are generally recommended guidelines; however, you should meet with an Arthur State Bank lender to get personalized mortgage information.
In anticipation of buying a house, you will need to check your credit with all three of the credit reporting agencies: Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. While most of the information should be the same, there are often discrepancies between the reports.
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Managing your money shouldn’t be a hassle. However, keeping up with family or employee spending can be difficult, especially when frequent news stories about data breaches make security a constant concern. At Arthur State Bank, we value our traditional approach to customer service. When it comes to technology, though, we know you need innovative solutions….Read More→
Owning a home gives you a sense of pride. You’ve worked hard, you’ve saved up, and now you own a home that you can make your own. You can paint the walls, renovate the bathroom or build that backyard patio you’ve always dreamed of. Finding the right mortgage to pay for your home can be…Read More→
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Emergencies happen. You might need to make an expensive home repair, pay for a medical bill, or help cover any other unexpected expense for you or a loved one. In a perfect world, we would all have enough savings to cover emergencies, but that’s often not the reality. If you’re a homeowner, though, you may…Read More→