If you want to get the biggest bang for your remodeling buck, replace the entry door to steel, according to the 2014 Cost vs. Value Report, produced by Remodeling Magazine in conjunction with REALTOR® Magazine. The entry door may cost about $1,162 but home owners could potentially recoup 96.6 percent of that at [...]
In today’s market, you usually need up to 10 percent of a home’s purchase price for a down payment. This means a $250,000 home could require $25,000 down plus closing costs. If you saved $1,040 a month for the next 24 months, you’d achieve that goal. On the surface, that may seem impossible—but [...]Continue Reading →
It is SO important that the Tax Relief Act is extended as there are still many homes underwater and going into foreclosure. Short Sales are better for everyone. The following is the latest information from the National Association of Realtors.
National Association of Realtors Brief
On April 3, 2014 the United States Senate [...]Continue Reading →
Finding Success, Rewards in Short Sales Short sales keep two agents busy, fulfilled and on top of their game By Dorota Wright-O’Neill
Tearful clients. Mounds of documents. Endless delays. The aspects that scare many agents away from short sales are precisely the challenges that attract Jane Santiago and Sandy Wagner to this niche.
Short sales [...]Continue Reading →
It’s a sad but true fact that homeowners in danger of losing their homes are extremely vulnerable to scams. With more and more people in this situation, it has become increasingly common for con artists to devise schemes that take advantage of this vulnerability.
The problem is that the solutions that these fraudsters [...]Continue Reading →