Most people think that having condo insurance is like having renter’s insurance, you need to cover your personal possessions and the rest is covered by the master policy of the HOA, right? That’s what you pay your HOA dues every month for…well, sorta right. Here in Utah we have Utah Condo Law that specifies ,( […]
Tips to help you in buying your home
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 want to know how we got into the mortgage mess, this is a good reason. This post came from an associate in California, it is worth repeating here. This Sucks… Who sent this junk? Via Bill Ladewig, Your FHA Guru: I really dislike this slimy advertising. You too? Lets do something about it. I […]
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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.
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: […]
Foreclosures have been one of the best real estate purchases of late. However, Foreclosed homes can be tricky transactions.