If you read my earlier post Curb Appeal This Spring, then you know that we (yes, Steve will agree with me on this) are all about that when you are thinking of selling your home. And even if you are not selling…this should be on your mind. After all, the view from the street is […]
Category: For Buyers
Tips to help you in buying your home
The idea of “foreclosed properties” being dumps and in need of a lot of work, is simply not true all the time. Now, HUD homes….those that are FHA and VA foreclosures are a totally different animal and are not to be confused with regular foreclosures. For more info on those types see our post HUD […]
Since the revision of the Utah Real Estate Purchase Contract went into effect on Jan 1, 2009, it is even more important for homebuyers in Salt Lake and indeed all of Utah to protect themselves with a home warranty. The section of the Utah Real Estate Purchase Contract that required home sellers to warranty all […]
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
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!
You have heard us (well, if you are reading our highly informative and entertaining posts) talk about fixer uppers and how to get the money to fix them up.
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.
How Much Money Do I Need To Buy A Home? One of the first questions first time homebuyers always ask is how much money does it take to buy a home? Short answer: $1,000,000….just kidding, that should get the old heart beating.
The picks this week are all HUD homes…eligible for HUD’s $100 down program.
Paying Off Good Debts Can Actually Hurt You Got a call the other day from one of my buyer clients. Being the wonderful clients that they are, they naturally called me to give them some advice on paying off their credit cards in preparation to purchase their first home here in Salt Lake. ( Note: […]