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.
Tips to help you in buying your home
Not Really Short! I had a client come to me once with the request that we only look at short sales. My natural question (after I picked my jaw up from the floor) was “Why”? Her answer was that she had heard these homes were the quickest to buy, because the seller wanted a “short” […]
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!
Here is a great commentary on the problems that have been caused by HVCC. We have had our own personal trials and tribulations with appraisers being flown in from Arizona…yes, Arizona (since when are we Remotely anything like the Arizona market here in Salt Lake?) and being brought down from Hooper (a definitely rural area […]
Are Buyer’s Agents In It For The Money? Well, if I answered that and told you no, would you believe me? Probably not. So, I will tell you that Yes, buyer’s agents want what comes along with a successful transaction. Steve and I want the following: A Happy Buyer– that’s why we work hard behind […]
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.
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.
Buying a home in Salt Lake is an exciting experience, especially if it is your first home. As you go through the process of home buying, however, there will inevitably be a point in time where you experience the “What Ifs”. What if’s” are those doubts that creep into your mind after the rose […]
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
Bet you are wondering how this all works, cause You, as a first time homebuyer, can purchase property and have someone else pay your mortgage. There are properties here in Salt Lake, Tooele, Utah Counties that fall into the first time homebuyers price range that are single family homes with what we call “mother in […]