Mortgage rates have never been lower and Quizzle is helping people align and build their credit so everyone can take advantage of the buyers market and come one step closer to claiming the biggest part of the American dream… your very own home. Don’t be intimidated by the home buying process, whether you’re a first time buyer or a seasoned investor, this market just can’t be beat.
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Hoping to take advantage of the distressed real estate market and get a great deal on a new home? In many parts of the country, there are more homes for sale than there are potential buyers, putting you squarely in the driver’s seat when looking to purchase a house. There is no precise definition of a “lowball” offer, but it is generally understood to mean a price that is substantially below the asking price or even market value.
To help you find your dream home at a discount, consider the following tips for making a lowball offer.
Considering paying cash for your dream home? So are more and more people. The number of all-cash deals has risen 25 percent from a year ago, making up 30 percent of May 2011 home sales, according to the National Association of Realtors. These all-cash buyers are typically either trading down for retirement, investors or wealthy folks. Learn the pros and cons of paying cash for a home, and where this is an option for you.
Your home may be your castle, but when it comes time to sell it, you have to learn to emotionally detach yourself from it. Otherwise, you may be stuck wondering why potential buyers are walking away and deals are falling apart. Certified Financial Planner, Rick Kahler, explains how to detach yourself emotionally and make the sale happen.
Since the housing bubble burst more than two years ago, families all across America have been holding onto to their houses. Many who considered selling decided to wait, which is good because many who considered buying decided to wait, too. But there are some indications the real estate market is beginning to recover. Depending on where you live, now may be a good time to think about buying (or selling) a home.
If you’re thinking about selling your home, you’re undoubtedly thinking about the sale price of your home, too. If you don’t know already, you’re probably wondering what your home is worth. Maybe you’ve talked to a Realtor, he’s done a market analysis and come back to you with a suggested sale price. Are you happy with that price? If you’d like to add a few more dollars, here are some things you can do to increase the re-sale value of your home.
Though the United States is grinding its way through a slow economic recovery, many parts of the country are still experiencing high unemployment and low housing prices. Experts are concerned that some of the hardest-hit areas have not yet bottomed out in terms of real estate prices. News like that is preventing many would-be buyers from shopping for a new home. Those same experts, however, acknowledge that there is one region in particular that didn’t suffer the same dramatic setbacks as the rest of the country. Find out what that area is and why it’s a hot home buying market.
Not sure what it takes to get a home loan today? Home Loan Expert, Eric Ehrhardt, covers the most important basics – credit, equity, income and assets – so when you’re ready to buy your dream home or refinance your existing home, you’ll have everything you need to qualify and move through the mortgage process with ease.
For a few years now, many of us have been trying to decide if it’s the right time yet to invest in a home. On the one hand, we want to wait until the economy is in a little bit better shape and our own employment is a little bit more secure. On the other hand, we want to take advantage of getting the best price on a home and we know that we must be near the housing market price bottom. So, what do you think, is 2011 the year that we should invest in property?
When people find out I work for Quicken Loans or even in the financial/mortgage industry, they begin to pepper me…