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There’s a lot of practical reasons to pay off your house but how do you do it? And how do you know if you’re paying off your house in the quickest way possible?

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As a repeat home buyer, things can get a little trickier for you since most of the time you’ll need to sell your current home while you look to purchase a new one. This tends to add a layer of stress to the home buying process that first-time home buyers don’t experience.

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Halloween is one of the most anticipated nights for many children and is all about festive and spooky costumes, lots of candy and ghoulishly good fun. Here’s a few simple safety tips to check out before taking your children out on Halloween night.

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It’s important to make a good first impression. Why not show off your home’s best qualities by making it look bigger, brighter, cleaner and ultimately more appealing? When you show off the true potential of the house, it makes it easier to sell which allows you to focus on looking for your new home.

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Each season it’s important to spend some time doing a review of what your house needs. That way home maintenance becomes less tedious and stressful. Here’s our fall checklist to make sure you get your home properly prepped for winter.

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Leaving all your possessions in the hands of strangers can be a bit disconcerting. How do you know your things will be safe? By doing some homework up front, you can save money and avoid scams. Here’s what to know before you hire a moving company.

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We recently spoke with Bob Lotich of SeedTime (a popular finance blog and podcast) who has a refreshingly similar take on finances as we do here at Churchill Mortgage. In fact, we’re the only mortgage company that encourages debt-free homeownership, which Bob has always placed as a priority too.

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You’ve found your dream home—this is great news! Once you have everything lined up for your new house, it’s time to start thinking about getting insurance policies to protect your investment (and everything in it).

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Being environmentally-friendly is always a good thing for your home and your budget (and of course for the earth). So, what can you do in your home to reduce landfill waste, minimize pollution, and preserve nature? Find out 10 simple things to help make your home a little greener.

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Whether you’re purchasing a new home or refinancing, your home appraisal is an important (and necessary) part of your mortgage process. So, what exactly is an appraisal?

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