by BRIDGET MCCREA Via TheMortgageReports.com
Today's Consumer Has Access To Better Information
Buying a home in 2016 is a vastly more transparent process than it was just a decade ago.
Most of the knowledge used to be held by lenders and real estate agencies. The average consumer did not have easy access to non-biased information about theirmortgage choices.
Since then, the power has shifted into the hands of the consumer.
Whether you’re holding a smart phone, peering at a tablet, or using a laptop or desktop, you’re armed with all of the tools and applications that you need to be able to make the best choices for your individual situation.