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How much house can you actually afford? Post Image
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How much house can you actually afford?

Here are some simple formulas, tips, and references to help you find a house you’re comfortable paying for and a home you're happily living in, too.


Why you should consider protesting your home’s tax appraisal Post Image
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Why you should consider protesting your home’s tax appraisal

What may come as a surprise are significant hikes in your appraisal from one year to the next — especially if nothing has changed. What can you do?


Home buying checklist: Tips for house hunting Post Image
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Home buying checklist: Tips for house hunting

It's hard not to fall in love once you can see yourself in your new home, but here are some house-hunting tips to keep you on track, organized, and focused.


7 Things to know about saving for a down payment on a home Post Image
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7 Things to know about saving for a down payment on a home

You are going to need to accumulate some cash before receiving traditional bank financing. Here are seven things you should know about the down payment process.


The ultimate guide to buying your first home with confidence Post Image
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The ultimate guide to buying your first home with confidence

Before you dial up your real estate agent and start packing your boxes, here are some things to know in order to be informed and in control as a buyer.


When to consider a personal loan for home improvement Post Image
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When to consider a personal loan for home improvement

you can obtain a personal loan to pay for minor home renovation costs without stretching your wallet, so let's find out how your lending options compare.


How to compare home loan options Post Image
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How to compare home loan options

Are you ready to learn how to compare your home loan options? Check out our quick breakdown of how you should evaluate a mortgage.


Is it smarter to rent or buy a house? Post Image
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Is it smarter to rent or buy a house?

A little reflection on some key areas can help you make the most educated decision possible on whether to rent or buy a house is right for you.


Buying your first home? Check out these 5 steps Post Image
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Buying your first home? Check out these 5 steps

Thinking about buying your first home? We’ve put together the five basic steps of the first-time home buying process to help you understand how it will go.


About Kasasa

We believe your money should do more... for you and your community. Founded in 2003, Kasasa is a financial and technology services company working to help empower consumers to take control of their finances and be proud of their money by banking locally with community banks and credit unions in your neighborhood, that you know and trust.

These local institutions have roots in their communities, care about people over profits, and are actively invested in local businesses to help keep the economy strong (unlike some of the megabanks we could name).

We believe you shouldn't have to choose between the best banking products, the best customer experience, or keeping your money local, where it can do more good. We've created ethical banking products and partnered exclusively with community banks and credit unions. So you can have it all.

Kasasa accounts are available at community financial institutions around the country. Find one near you at Kasasa.com to get free checking that pays cash rewards, the only loan with Take-Backs, and more. All while keeping your money in the community, so you can always be proud of your money.

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