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Closing Costs? Why Pay Them? Who Pays Them? I Don’t Like It

Some of the most common phrases that I hear when talking with buyers are, “What are closing costs? Who pays them? Why are there closing costs?” A very common misconception is that closing costs are the fees that lenders make on the purchase or refinance of a property. Many clients believe this as fact, that is until I enlighten them and […]

Do NOT do this when applying for a home loan…seriously.

Looks like I am going to give you a two for one in blog posts this week. I know I did one yesterday, but since I have fallen behind, I have to make up the difference. So with that said welcome to my blog. I want to inform you about something that can absolutely destroy […]

Simple ways to get your home paid off quicker

Having the opportunity to purchase a home is a true experience, there are a ton of emotions that you will go through during the process, and when you get the keys to your new home it is like you’ve reached the finish line. Congratulations you have become a new homeowner, but now let’s move on […]

Mortgage rates are on the rise

So if you haven’t noticed on the news, in the newspaper, or on the internet, mortgage rates are on an upward trend. Rates over the past few weeks have gone up from the historic lows that we have been accustomed to, 3 out of the past 4 weeks they’ve gone up to be exact. Don’t […]

Multiple offers on a single property is back in style!

After talking to many local real estate agents, reading news stories, and experiencing it first hand, I wanted to talk about multiple offers and what this means for you as a buyer. A multiple offer is when a listed property gets numerous offers from different potential buyers, this means that when you decide to make […]

Great Article! Rates should not prevent the upward trend of the housing market. Housing is still affordable and rates are still low compared to the past 5 years. If anything this should spark potential buyers to look into purchasing now instead of waiting to see if rates go down or up.

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