First Time Home Buyer Can Use New Tax Laws to Make a Home Purchase More Affordable There’s a lot of good numbers flying around these days about real estate! Existing home sales, new home construction, and other confidence numbers continue to rise. Actuall... Read More
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The House and Senate income tax reform bills offer a lot of changes to many tax payers. Many are debating the pros versus cons of tax reform. Although, the main goal of the reform appears to be to help the American tax payers and further stimulate the economy.... Read More
After the recent announcement of the conforming loan limits increase, FHA has now announced their own increase. Housing prices have continued to climb which is a good thing to owners, but can be a struggle for home buyers. As a buyer sits on the sidelines as a re... Read More
In order to get a VA loan, it is important to make sure that the Veteran is first eligible for VA. Often, we are able to get the VA Certificate of Eligibility for the Veteran within a couple minutes online. But, there are times that this information is not avail... Read More
It has just been announced that conforming loan limits 2018 will increase significantly. The good news is this will help more buyers with affordable financing. Affordable financing means great rates and lower down payments, but up to higher loan amounts. Basi... Read More
Many real estate professionals, lenders, and tax payers fear that the proposed income tax plans could drastically affect the housing market in a negative way. These fears include more Americans choosing to rent instead of own, interest rates going up, and owners ... Read More
Recently a Realtor asked for some creative negotiating items a seller may offer to a buyer. Basically, what can the seller do to sweeten the deal so the buyer is more willing and/or able to go under contract. This Realtor, like many, realize that a purchase cont... Read More
Are you currently renting? Is your lease coming up for renewal? Before you extend your lease for another year or two, why not consider exploring the possibility of buying instead of continuing to pay someone else’s mortgage? First of all, we are not goi... Read More
The end of a marriage is a trying time for a family and it typically doesn’t happen often in someone’s life, so it is hard to prepare for what happens or needs to happen. In addition to the emotional toll it places on a family, a separation can also wre... Read More
Unlike paystubs on a civilian job, an enlisted service member’s paystub may show the expected end of the employment or career. The military paystub, called a Leave & Earnings Statement (LES), states the Expiration of Term of Service. For short, thi... Read More
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- New Tax Law Helps a First Time Home Buyer Purchase a More Affordable HomeDecember 27, 2017 - 8:19 pm
First Time Home Buyer Can Use New Tax Laws to Make a Home Purchase More Affordable There’s a lot of good numbers flying around these days about real estate! Existing home sales, new home construction, and other confidence numbers continue to rise. Actually a recent USA Today article stated, “homebuilder confidence hit the highest level in 18 years in […]
- Capital Gains Home Exclusion Rules Help Sellers ProfitDecember 22, 2017 - 5:55 am
The House and Senate income tax reform bills offer a lot of changes to many tax payers. Many are debating the pros versus cons of tax reform. Although, the main goal of the reform appears to be to help the American tax payers and further stimulate the economy. One area that had many in the real estate industry […]
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