There is a great deal of difference between a foreclosed home and a shortsale. Let’s start by saying that both these transactions involve the bank that held the mortgage on the home.
Category: For Buyers
Tips to help you in buying your home
We always tell our buyer clients to visualize what the home would look like and to tune out the clutter. Well, guys, if you can do it with these homes…You win the prize for being the most CREATIVE visualizer we know! These homes are the ugliest homes in America…and with most of them I totally […]
Purchasing New Construction Homes in Salt Lake City, UT It’s spring , have you got the itch to move? If you are a first time homebuyer, you have lots of choices available to you in the home department, among them new construction. If you currently own a home, then building a new residence is sometimes […]
Do you or someone you know have a disability in their family? There is now a loan program available that can help get buyers with disabilities into a home of their own with low down payment, lower monthly payments and best of all….No mortgage insurance!
New home construction is alluring…I know this because I have built most of my homes rather than bought existing. I have also had lots of experience helping my buyers (especially first time homebuyers) get great deals on new construction. There is just something wonderful about picking your own colors, moving walls around to suit the […]
If you saw my last post, (A Great Bath Is Better Than…) I indicated that the bathroom (especially the Master Bath) is one of those upgrades that sell homes.
Fixer Uppers are a great way for first time homebuyers or in fact any homebuyers to take a home in need of a little “TLC”, add your own personality and style and make a home not only speak to you, but increase in value as well. If you intend on making your fixer upper home […]
In the past,Utah Housing loans were available only to first time homebuyers. The idea here was to allow those lower income folks who were just starting out a way to enter the housing market
I just received this letter from one of my lenders, and she makes some important points about interest rates that I thought should be passed along. Everyone Wants a Lower Price, But What About the Impact of Interest Rates? When shopping for a home, the natural tendency of any buyer is to want to pay […]
One of the most asked questions from our clients who buy older homes is “How Do I Get The Money To Fix Up My Home?” Used to be that was easy with a home equity loan, but most folks now a days don’t have the “equity” for a home equity loan…so..what are the alternatives? If […]