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Adam - 513-236-5088 ~ AdamJessen@remax.net
MAY 2019 SALES
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Selling your home is a huge undertaking to begin with, but if the process drags on for months and interest trickles in much slower than expected, it can be frustrating and stressful. To avoid this, there are a few steps you can take to prep your home and sell quickly.
Before you purchase a home, it’s important to educate yourself of the various types of mortgages you can get so you can make the right decision when the time comes to choose yours.
Fixed Rate. The most popular on the market, a fixed-rate mortgage is ideal for homeowners who expect to stay in their home for many years. With a fixed interest rate and monthly payment, this loan makes it easier to plan your budget year over year.
Adjustable-Rate. This type of mortgage offers a lower interest rate and monthly payment at first, then slowly increases as time goes on. This type of loan can be beneficial for younger home buyers who expect to grow in their careers and make more money in the future.
Government-Insured. There are several types of government-backed mortgages including Federal Housing Administration (FHA) loans, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) loans, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) loans, and more. These programs can help you finance a home if you meet each one’s qualifications.
Conforming. A conforming loan is one that falls within the maximum limits set by government agencies that back most U.S. mortgages, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. With this type of mortgage, borrowing costs and required down payment are generally less, but interest rates can be a little higher.
Jumbo. This type of conventional loan applies if the home’s price exceeds federal loan limits. Your credit score generally must exceed 700 and you are required to make a larger down payment. However, it allows you to borrow more money to purchase a more expensive home.
We are fully committed and ready to take you through an incredible adventure of selling your beautiful home.
We will sit down and analyze the current market with you, in order to formulate a strategic plan of action. This plan will expose your property to the largest amount of potential buyers searching for your specific product. More often than not, this includes creating and syndicating your unique listing to over 200+ websites, holding open houses, conducting agent-to-agent networking, reverse prospecting, and more. We will do everything in our power to get you the best price obtainable, in the least amount of time, with the least inconvenience to you. You will constantly be in the know, as you’ll be provided with detailed market reports, and frequent communication by us, every step of the way.
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