Closing Day

Closing Day

“Yeah!!!! Closing day for Mike and Laura. I loved working with you both and helping you find your new home. Thanks to my team, Rich McDowell of Academy Mortgage and Kali Copeland and Alicia Daughtry White of Allegiance Title in Frisco, for taking such such great...
Mentoring

Mentoring

Remember a VA loan is the best. Zero down all veteran closing costs covered if negotiated up front between buyer and seller.

The #1 Reason to List Your House Today!

The #1 Reason to List Your House Today!

If you are waiting for next spring to list your home because you think that’s when the buyers will be out in force, perhaps you should reconsider. Buyers are out right now!

The Real Reason Home Prices are Increasing

The Real Reason Home Prices are Increasing

If buyer demand outpaces the current supply of existing homes for sale, prices will continue to appreciate. Nothing nefarious is taking place. It is simply the theory of supply & demand working as it should.

2 Charts That Show the Truth about Home Affordability

2 Charts That Show the Truth about Home Affordability

Mark Fleming, Chief Economist at First American, explained it best:

“While borrowing power for the potential home buyer has fallen relative to the low point of 2012, it remains high today and will remain high next year, relative to the long run average. If you don’t want to rent anymore and are considering becoming a homeowner, even if mortgage rates rise next year, your borrowing power will remain strong by historic standards.”

Homeowners: Your House Must Be Sold TWICE

Homeowners: Your House Must Be Sold TWICE

Every house on the market must be sold twice; once to a prospective buyer and then to the bank (through the bank’s appraisal). With escalating prices, the second sale might be even more difficult than the first. If you are planning on entering the housing market this year, let’s get together to discuss this and any other obstacles that may arise.

Top 4 Home Renovations for Maximum ROI [INFOGRAPHIC]

Top 4 Home Renovations for Maximum ROI [INFOGRAPHIC]

Whether you are selling your home, just purchased your first home, or are a homeowner planning to stay put for a while, there is value in knowing which home improvement projects will net you the most “Return On Investment” (ROI).