Archive for the ‘Home Buyers’ category

November 28, 2017

7 tips for buyers in a competitive real estate market

7 tips for buyers in a competitive real estate market

The low supply and high demand are driving prices up and driving buyers crazy. Here are our tips for you buyers out there looking for a home in today’s tight market.   Be in touch with the market Use First Weber’s apps to get info on homes as you drive by them, including up-to-date statistics. […]

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November 13, 2017

Your credit score is important when you are buying a home. Read more about it…

Your credit score is important when you are buying a home. Read more about it…

You are seriously thinking about buying a home… good for you!  To qualify for the best mortgage rates, you’ll need a good credit score  as lenders use your score to determine how credit worthy you are – how likely you are to make payments on time. Your lender will run a detailed credit report on […]

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November 6, 2017

Invest in yourself! Buy real estate.

Invest in yourself! Buy real estate.

Owning a home is not for everyone. Some are not ready to settle down. Some have credit issues. But if you can afford it, you’ll benefit from investing in yourself.  While people buy houses for many reasons, not all monetary, who can deny the importance of paying yourself first by paying off your mortgage every little […]

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October 23, 2017

Potential home buyers overestimating credit & down payment needed to buy

Potential home buyers overestimating credit & down payment needed to buy

65% of  respondents to a recent Wells Fargo survey feel homeownership is the American Dream, an accomplishment to be proud of and something they aspire to. 72% of them feel now is a good time to buy. But the survey also showed that consumers have misconceptions about credit & downpayments as related to buying a home, […]

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October 16, 2017

Interest rates fluctuate on an ongoing basis – from rates in the teens in the 1980s to the low single digit rates of today.  Not only are they low, but they have remained low for actually a very long time. (Currently creeping upward…) Buyers need to know what an opportunity this is – and how much […]

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