Team Move “Sharpen My Saw” Training Day & Fun Weekend First of all, everyone should take time from the busyness of their job to hone skills for better job performance. This is true even if the training means being out of the office for a full day.... Read More
Student Loans and USDA Home Loans Student Loan Payments and their Impact in the Total Debt Ratio Student loan payments are such a burden to many Americans but they can also be very confusing when it comes to getting a mortgage. Payments can be deferred until a late... Read More
Facebook Lists is a key tool for growing a business Using Facebook Lists can be a great way to talk directly with your clients Watch this Facebook Lists video by our VP of Business Development, Jennifer Taylor Facebook can be your greatest ally in your marketing pl... Read More
Team Move hosts training for local Real Estate Professionals This week Team Move with OVM Financial hosted a series of social media and online training for local area real estate professionals consisting of real estate agents and home builders. The meetings were h... Read More
Are you looking to grow your business? Educate friends or prospective clients on real estate financing tips, ideas, guidelines, or anything else real estate related! Our team writes articles in hopes that it will educate buyers, sellers, realtors, builders, and anyo... Read More
Settlement or Closing Costs Explanations A buyer should know which closing costs to expect when purchasing a home. Some closing costs are required, where others are optional to the buyer. Potential Closing Costs on a Purchase Below is a detailed list of potentia... Read More
Learn how your buyers can take advantage of $15,000 in Down Payment Assistance & get up to $2000 per year in tax credits! Realtors local to Fayetteville can complete 4 hours of Continuing Education on November 12th, 2015 which will be offered by Team Move OVM an... Read More
Details for the new forms & changes required by TRID which starts 10/3/15 TRID is changing several of the mortgage disclosures along with the process of disclosing, documenting, and closing a mortgage loan and everyone needs to know the new rules. If you are a... Read More
Lumberton Board of Realtors particpates in NC Housing Finance Agency’s education for down payment assistance & MCC tax credits available Lumberton, NC. This past week local real estate agents attended a 4 hour continuing education class to help bring awa... Read More
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It has started. You hear the buzz everywhere talking about the future of interest rates, economy, and real estate market. How many times will the Fed raise rates this year? Should I lock in a mortgage rate now? How is the job market doing? Are housing prices going up? No one has a crystal ball no […]
- What is a Private Road Maintenance AgreementMarch 7, 2017 - 9:13 am
Private roads. These 2 words can make Realtors cringe! Because agents know these words may cause some issues during the loan process. But there are solutions. So while looking for the perfect home, let’s say you come across the perfect one on a private road. “No big deal to me!” says the buyer. Well, private roads […]
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