When buying a new home, or maintaining your current home, it is important to understand the many working elements. Septic systems are a major part of most rural homes, and homeowners should know the basics as it pertains to their home.
Buying a rural home or property can seem like a daunting task, especially for a first-time home buyer. In today's blog, Country Living Mortgage Specialist, Kali Kraeger, outlines what you can expect to happen during the loan application cycle from start to finish.
When buying a rural property, whether it is a large parcel of crop or timberland or an operating farm, more due diligence is necessary than buying a standard home on a lot. One important question to ask is: Does this property have a deed restriction?
Building a house can be a stressful venture, but Country Living Mortgage Specialist Anthony Oliver gives readers the first few steps to consider before getting involved in the rural home construction process.