Getting A Home Mortgage Flagstaff AZ

An expert offers a list of things to do to assist you financially in meeting your goal of home ownership.

First Magnus Financial Corp
(928) 774-3171
2380 N Oakmont Dr Ste 1
Flagstaff, AZ
Countrywide Home Loans Inc
(928) 774-9088
2 S Beaver St Ste 230
Flagstaff, AZ
Wallick And Volk Inc
(800) 280-8655
320 N Leroux St Ste A
Flagstaff, AZ
Home123 Corporation
(928) 226-8266
1300 W University Ave Ste 100
Flagstaff, AZ
Wells Fargo - Flagstaff Mall
(928) 526-7709
4650 N Hwy 89 D3
Flagstaff, AZ
Office Hours
Mon-Fri 09:00 AM-07:00 PM
Sat 09:00 AM-05:00 PM
Sun Closed

State Mortgage LLC
(928) 213-9959
5200 E Courtland Boulevard
Flagstaff, AZ
Pacific Coast Mortgage Inc
(928) 213-0569
3190 S Debbie St
Flagstaff, AZ
Moria Development Inc
(520) 556-9524
403 North Humphreys
Flagstaff, AZ
Wells Fargo - East Flagstaff
(928) 556-9872
2625 N 4Th St
Flagstaff, AZ
Office Hours
Mon-Fri 08:00 AM-06:00 PM
Sat 09:00 AM-04:00 PM
Sun Closed

State Mortgage
(928) 213-9959
5200 East Cortland Boulevard
Mortgage Brokers

Getting A Home Mortgage

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Editor's Note: The following article is an excerpt from "Suzanne Whang's Guide to Happy Home Buying."

The image “” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.This may be the most important part of my book. I've prepared what I call my "Financial Abundance Worksheet." I've developed this over years of meeting with people individually to help them increase their financial abundance. What follows is a list of things to do to assist you financially in meeting your goal of home ownership. There is no science, no tried-and-true method to some of these suggestions. Feel free to pick and choose the ones that make sense to you.

Financial Abundance Worksheet

1. Buy a notebook specifically for your financial abundance work.

2. Write down your perception of each of your parents' individual beliefs about money and their behavior with money. If your parents' beliefs or behaviors have changed from when you were a kid, then write that down too. If you weren't raised by your parents, do this exer­cise for whoever raised you.

3. Record your beliefs about money and your behavior with it. Answer these questions:

a. Do you believe that it's somehow romantic or more noble to be a struggling person than a financially abundant one?

b. Do you believe that you deserve to be rich?...

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