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About Taylir Paynter

Taylir Paynter

Taylir Paynter

Editor, New American Funding

Taylir is an experienced Marketing Coordinator with over 3 years in the mortgage industry and a degree in Communications Public Relations. She helps coordinate and oversees a variety of marketing activities and she enjoys writing mortgage-related content for New American Funding.

Posts by Taylir Paynter

When You’re Buying a Home, You’re Also Buying a Team

Getting to know all the people who will join you for all or part of your homebuying journey is like meeting new people on the first day of school or the first day at a new job. There will be a lot to process, which alternately will prove exhilarating and overwhelming.

10 Reasons for Buying Now

Are rates going up or are they going down? The truth is, no one can be certain which direction they’re headed. While many investors and rate-watchers believe they can time the market to get the lowest interest rate possible, dart throwing with a blindfold typically proves just as accurate.

Homeowner’s Associations: What You Need to Know Before Buying

As the gates swing open into a perfectly maintained neighborhood and your car winds its way past the common area, clubhouse, and perhaps even a pool and playground equipment, the appeal of living in this ideal neighborhood will probably become obvious before you ever reach the house you plan to walk through.

Good Debt vs Bad Debt - Infographic

It might sound strange, but not all debt is 'bad.' Certain types of debt can actually provide opportunities to improve your financial future. Before you make any decisions, you need to understand the difference between 'good' and 'bad' debt, and how you can manage it. Check out this infographic and find out everything you need to know when it comes to all types of debt.

Getting Back Outside

As temperatures begin to warm up in most parts of the country, especially in areas where the weather may have had you cooped up for several months, yards, decks, and patios can feel like you've found extra rooms in your home.

5 Documents Every Homeowner Should Have

Becoming a homeowner comes with paperwork. In addition to the documents you need to close your mortgage agreement and take title to your new home, there are a few others you should consider preparing or updating once you move in.

Where Can You Lead the Best Life for the Rest of Your Life?

Recently retired, you’ve sold your home at the top of the market, you’re flush with cash from all the home equity you’ve realized, and now but one question remains: Where are you going to live next?

Back at the Ranch

With their open layouts, attached garages, and, generally, single-floor design, ranch-style homes began popping up in the 1930s and quickly grew in popularity until the 1980s, as the move toward McMansions took hold.

10 Things Every New Homeowner Should Know - Infographic

You bought the house and secured the keys, so now what? Buying a new home is a very exciting time for most, however there's additional information you should know about once you're moved in. Check out this infographic and find out everything you need to know being a new homeowner.

The Driving Force Behind Mortgage Rates - Infographic

The rise of mortgage rates can be determined from several factors and can fluctuate on a day to day basis. Have you ever wondered what the reasoning is for those rates fluctuating higher and lower?

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