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If you’re building your dream home, you need the First Bank Mortgage Center. We’re experts at construction lending, and with our construction-to-permanent loan, you can avoid the cost and hassle of closing twice. It couldn’t be more convenient, and it allows you to stay focused on the most important thing — your new home.

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New Construction vs. Existing Home: Points to Ponder

if you’re weighing the pros and cons of buying a new versus an existing home, you won’t make a decision based on aggregate data. You’ll be comparing specific options. Here are some factors to consider.

2014 Home Decorating & Remodeling Trends [INFOGRAPHIC]

Whether you work in the industry or are a do-it-yourselfer, you’ve been keeping an eye on the latest trends and most popular design features. From the brass comeback to going green, First Bank presents some up-and-coming ideas for updating your

5 Hottest Building Materials in 2014

As new home construction and design technology is developed and perfected, building materials and fixtures in homes evolve. We’ve searched the country for the latest and greatest products that you can incorporate into your renovation.

Choosing Sides: The Best Siding Materials for a Home

New siding can give an old, tired-looking home a total facelift, and perhaps surprisingly, it can be a relatively inexpensive change. Here are the pros and cons of some of the most popular types of siding.

Which Renovations Give You the Most Bang for Your Buck?

A home renovation can make your house more comfortable and efficient. Despite what you might see on HGTV, though, renovating isn’t easy, and you won’t always make big bucks when it’s time to sell your home.

Protect Your Home from Mother Nature [INFOGRAPHIC]

Mother Nature can do some major damage to your home (and your bank account) if you don't take the necessary precautions. You can protect your home and save money by keeping the elements at bay.