Found 4 blog entries for January 2017.
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People often have preconceived notions about offers and counteroffers. For instance, some people assume every offer requires a counteroffer. This isn’t always the case. Sometimes when a reasonable offer presents itself and the conditions are right, it’s perfectly fine to accept an offer and move forward as quickly as possible. As you review offers, it’s important to keep this in mind.
I always like to encourage my clients to weigh an offer appropriately, and I help them to do just that. As we entertain offers or make counteroffers, we take into account your desires with the property in question, the condition of the house, comparable prices, and how long the home has been on the market. We’ll also look at opportunities where we might improve offers to…
Home buyers often do not realize how complex and competitive the lending process can be. For
many (especially first-time buyers) there’s only a hazy idea of “the bank” approving or denying
them a mortgage. So many don’t understand how to shop for a loan or that investing a little time
upfront can result in profound savings and a sense of satisfaction.
A recent article in the Wall Street Journal recently revealed “in a recent survey, 21% of home
buyers regretted their choice of lender.” ( Source: http://www.wsj.com/articles/about-one-fifth-ofmortgage-borrowers-were-unhappy-with-their-lender-1481738583
Among first-time buyers, that figure crept up to 27%.
As the piece details, there are some good ways to avoid this disappointment. First and foremost,