Real Estate

Spring Gains Mean Good News For Housing Moving Forward – DSNews

The gains the housing market has experienced in the spring so far mean good news for housing going forward in 2015, according to National Association of Home Builders Chief Economist David Crowe on the NAHB’s Eye on Housing blog Wednesday. Read more…: Spring Gains Mean Good News For Housing Moving Forward – DSNews

Real Estate, Real Estate Agent

How to win a bidding war in today’s outrageous market | 2015-04-16 | HousingWire

Here are a few tips from Minnesota Realtor Craig Kamman to help win a bidding war: Offer Full Price or More. Money is a major factor in a seller’s decision, but not the only one. Eliminate Seller Paid Closing Costs/Points. It is not full price if you then ask the seller to pay your closing costs. If you need to…

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Real Estate

Pending home sales continue upward trajectory in March | 2015-04-29 | HousingWire

“Pending home sales continued their upward trajectory and increased for the third month straight, staying at the highest level since June 2013, according to the most recent report from the National Association of Realtors. The Pending Home Sales Index, a forward-looking indicator based on contract signings, grew 1.1% to 108.6 in March from an upward revision of 107.4 in February and is…

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Lending, Real Estate

Mortgage rates unchanged and remain near 2015 lows | 2015-04-16 | HousingWire

Average fixed mortgage rates were largely unchanged amid a light week of economic releases, with rates hovering near their 2015 lows. Despite this, Mortgage applications have been largely flat this year so far. “Mortgage rates were little changed following a light week of economic reports and remaining low at the spring homebuying season. Of the few releases, the advance estimate of…

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Lending, Real Estate

Refinancing to End PMI: A Deal or a Dud?

“For many home buyers, private mortgage insurance is a necessary evil. If you don’t have 20% in cash to put down on a home, you’ll often be left with little choice other than PMI. But that doesn’t mean you’re stuck with the payments. If you’ve built up some equity in your home, you may be able to refinance your loan and…

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Centennial Hills, family, Real Estate

Homes for Sale in Centennial Hills

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Lending, Miliatary, Real Estate

VA Appraisal vs. Home Inspection

“The VA appraisal is a crucial part of the home-buying process for qualified veterans and service members. VA appraisals focus on valuation and a more broad-based check of property conditions that could affect health, safety, or marketability. Every VA buyer needs to clear the appraisal hurdle. But understand that an appraisal is not a home inspection. To be sure, you’re required…

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Lending, Real Estate

5 Mistakes That Delay Mortgage Approvals (and How to Avoid Them) | Zillow Blog

“One of the hardest parts of getting a mortgage is interpreting advice from all the parties involved: mortgage lender, real estate agent, insurer, attorney or escrow officer, tax adviser, financial adviser, plus your family, friends and colleagues. Since your mortgage lender is involved in all parts of a financed home purchase, an ace lender can be your best guide. Here are…

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5 Steps to Searching for and Buying a Las Vegas Home

Looking to buy a Las Vegas Home? Look no further! Whether your looking to buy a home in Las Vegas, Henderson, or North Las Vegas, I can help! Here are 5 steps to help you get started on your path to home ownership in Southern Nevada! 1. Pre-Qualify Let’s get you lined up to be pre-qualified to buy your home. This…

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