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What Are Real Estate Commissions?

  Realtors are not paid by the hour or paid for their vehicle expenses to bus clients around while looking at homes. The realtor is compensated once the closing has taken place on your dream home. The realtors’ commission is a percentage of the sales...

What Is Equity?

  The simple answer when referring to real estate: equity is the value YOU own in property such as a house. It’s the difference between what’s OWED and what the property is WORTH in the current market. Contact Us Today With Any Of Your Equity Questions! The...

How Do I Evaluate An Offer?

  There is always more to your offer than the price tag. Here are some items to consider: Is this offer at, near or above my asking price? Are there clauses and additions in their offer that change the terms and final price substantially? How long since I had...

Title Insurance Explained Visually

  The video shows why it is so important to purchase a title insurance policy when purchasing real property. Here are a few of the most common questions when purchasing title insurance: Why is it important to purchase title insurance when buying a home (single...

What Kinds Of Loans Do TRID Disclosures Cover?

  With a few exceptions, TRID rules apply to MOST consumer credit transactions secured by real property. These include mortgages, refinancing, construction-only loans closed-end home-equity loans, and loans secured by vacant land or by 25 or more acres. Questions...

What Are 203(B) And 203(K) Loans?

  Today, our video will explain what 203(B) and 203(K) loans are. Contact Us Today, Your 203(B) & 203(K) Loan Experts! 203(B) is the most commonly used FHA program. It offers a low down payment, flexible qualifying guidelines limited lender’s fees, and...

How Can I Improve My Home’s Value?

  Buyers customarily seek the least expensive home in the best neighborhood. Like the guy in the video says, you want to present a home that fits in the neighborhood but doesn’t stand out too much. Questions? Check out our video library! For example if neighbors...