Archive April 2019
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FIRST CLASS PROPERTIES HOME SOLUTIONS EVENT
These mortgages and loans pay for home renovations
Fannie Mae’s HomeStyle Loan
One of the best-known loans for home improvements, Fannie Mae’s HomeStyle Renovation loan, allows borrowers to either buy a place that needs repairs or refinance their existing home loan to pay for improvements.https://www.bankrate.com/finance/mortgages/mortgages-pay-home-renovations-1.aspx
35 Real Estate Facts That Will Blow Your Freaking Mind
10 Daring Interior Design Trends You'll See Everywhere in 2019
We consulted with dozens of design experts from coast to coast to unveil the biggest decor trends we'll see in 2019. Some have been subtly sneaking into our homes for a while, ready to take center stage. Others are taken straight from the runways in Paris and New York—big, bold, and primed to be integrated in small doses into our spaces.Highest
These decor ideas promise to do just that. Striking and memorable—with a bombshell or two in the mix—these top trends are a great place to start your redesign wish list.
Buying a short-sale house: A guide to the process
When a lender agrees to accept a mortgage payoff amount less than what is owed in order to facilitate a sale of the property by a financially distressed owner, it’s called a short sale. The lender forgives the remaining balance of the loan. Buying a home through a short sale is different from buying a property at a foreclosure auction, or one that is actually owned by the bank, known as an REO, or real-estate owned property.
Are You Ready to Buy Your First Home?
So, how does the traditional process of buying a home jive with this technologically savvy generation that is used to relying on data derived from computers? More importantly, how do you know when you're ready to buy, and how do you know what to buy? There's no right or wrong way to answer any of these questions, and how you move toward homeownership is based on a variety of factors, both deeply personal and connected to the real estate industry overall.
Here are five important things to consider and questions this generation can ask themselves to figure it out:
- Money matters.
- How long you plan to live there.
- The online marketplace.
- Expert advice.
The joy derived from homeownership has a price that is worth more than a simple mathematical, scientific analysis. Though this decision must make financial sense, there is without a doubt a happiness factor that comes from owning a home that one cannot put a price on. From their growing representation in the homebuyer market, millennials want a piece of this American dream as well.
First Class Properties Home Solutions April 27, 2019
10:00 thru 12:00
Mortgage Consultants, Landscaping ideas, Flag Etiquette, Decluttering and Staging your home…..just to mention some of information available to you!