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When Are You Mortgage Preapproval Ready

How to Know You’re Mortgage Preapproval Worthy Hal M. Bundrick, CFP It’s the biggest hack to homeownership, and probably the most misunderstood: a home loan preapproval. How do you k
By Dawn Peterson with Home Smart Evergreen
27 Feb

8 DIY Ways to Redo Your Bathroom

    8 DIY Ways to Redo Your Bathroom (Without Remodeling)   Ready for a revamped bathroom space, but nervous about taking on a big renovation project? These easy updates...
By Gail Manion Broker/Owner with Real Edge Realty
26 Feb

Get it Right The First Time

When it comes to buying a home, it's important to get it right the first time. That's where I come in! Together, we can find your dream home - send me a message to get started today! #lesliehugginsrealestate...
By Leslie Huggins with RPI Real Estate Services

How Much Leverage Do Today’s House Sellers Have?

There are 360,000 fewer single-family homes for sale today than there were at this time last year. 
By Kanniard Residential Group with LAER Realty Partners
25 Feb

FHFA Extensions Align COVID-19 Mortgage Relief Policies

  The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) Thursday announced extensions of several measures that the agency says will align COVID-19 mortgage relief policies across the federal government. This...
By Hector Torres with JohnHart Real Estate

Are There Going to Be More Homes to Buy This Year?

Housing demand is high and supply is low, so if you’re thinking of moving, it’s a great time to do so.
By Mary Carlton / Oregon Broker with eXp Realty, LLC

What People Would Sacrifice to Buy a Home

What People Would Sacrifice to Buy a Home     Home buyers are willing to make extreme sacrifices and even give up some basic rights to get a chance at homeownership or help with...
By Gail Manion Broker/Owner with Real Edge Realty

First-Time Home Buyers Must Avoid These Mistakes

There are many common mistakes first-time home buyers make. Some are minor, while others can end up being costly. Fortunately, several of these mistakes are avoidable. Please read and share this article...
By Jonathan Caguioa with ALLIANZ MORTGAGE NMLS# 346138 / DRE# 01403147

Buy Or Build?

Which Is Cheaper: Buying an Existing Home or Building New? February 24, 2021 As inventories remain tight, home buyers may be drawn to new-home construction. But what determines whether they...
By Dawn Peterson with Home Smart Evergreen

Favorite Resources

Looking to sell and wanna do a little research on your own? Here are a few of my favorite home seller resources and apps:⁣ ⁣1. Realtor.com, Redfin, Trulia, etc.: These apps are fantastic for showing...
By Leslie Huggins with RPI Real Estate Services

Homebuyer Demand Is Far Above Last Year’s Pace

    Homebuying has been on the rise over the past few months, with record-breaking sales powering through the market in June and July. Buyers are actively purchasing homes,...
By Brian Samia with Samia Realty Group

Top Home Inspection Issues Revealed

No home is perfect. About 86% of home inspections will find something that needs to be fixed, according to a study on home inspections from Porch.com, a home improvement website.
By The Amy Pomerantz Group with Keller Williams Elite Realty
24 Feb

How Much Leverage Do Today’s House Sellers Have?

Maybe with the leverage you currently have, you can negotiate a deal that will allow you to make the move of your dreams.
By Mary Carlton / Oregon Broker with eXp Realty, LLC

THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN SELLING YOUR HOUSE

  Many homeowners think selling in the spring when more buyers are in the market is the way to go. In reality, it’s more about the ratio of buyers to sellers that creates opportunities....
By Alan Arnfield NY Broker & Jenny Arnfield FL Broker with C21 Alliance & C21 Coastal Alliance

Feedback

When the papers have been signed and the keys have changed hands, I always leave a closing with an incredible feeling of gratitude for the people I’ve met and a job I love. ⁣ ⁣ It NEVER gets...
By Leslie Huggins with RPI Real Estate Services

The Reason Mortgage Rates Are Projected to Increase and What It Means

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By Lawrence R Gilman with Realty Austin

Why Are Credit Scores Soaring in a Recession?

    Why Are Credit Scores Soaring in a Recession? February 17, 2021 Credit scores have never been higher, positioning more Americans to qualify for some of the best mortgage...
By Gail Manion Broker/Owner with Real Edge Realty
23 Feb

The Reason Mortgage Rates Are Projected to Increase and What It Means

Based on the 50-year symbiotic relationship between treasury rates and mortgage rates, it appears mortgage rates could be headed up this year.
By Mary Carlton / Oregon Broker with eXp Realty, LLC
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