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Uncategorized Is There a “Best” Time to Put Your Home on the Market? YES!! The best time to put your home on the market is when YOU are READY! It is important to have a good game plan for time and preparation. You certainly don’t want to put your home on before its looking perfect and ready for buyers. But I know it can be confusing with market […]
Uncategorized More Homebuyers Putting Less Down A recent post by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) revealed that in the months of December 2014 through February 2015, there was an increase in the number of first-time buyers making a down payment of 6% or less as compared to last year: 2014: 61% of first time home buyers 2015: 66% of first […]
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Uncategorized 10 Tips for Buyers and Sellers in 2014 Today I came across an MSN article by Steve McLinden of Bankrate.com. As I read through his tips, I knew this was valuable information to share as a Real Estate Professional. I am a huge advocate of educating my clients, so I would highly recommend reading this full article. Below I've written McLinden's 10 tips, […]
Uncategorized 2014 Olympic Game Schedule The Olympics are a time to show our American pride. A time to support athletes who have dedicated years of their life to perfecting their physical abilites. It's also a time to escape to the couch and watch some figure skating or curling – sports we only seem to find interesting during the olympics. And […]
Uncategorized What can you afford, based on payment? Most people know what type of payment they can afford each month. We call that "buying power." For obvious reasons, the larger payment you can afford, the more house you can purchase.  However, as interest rates rise, your buying power will decrease. At the beginning of 2014, interest rates are close to 4.5%. By the […]
Uncategorized Good News for the Economy = Bad News for Rates The economy is improving. As an example, the latest employment report showed that the unemployment rate hit a five-year low. We must realize that, as the economic news gets better, the government will consider whether or not to continue the programs they put in place to stimulate the economy. One such program is the Fed’s […]
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