Selling a Home As Is: The Pros and Cons

Posted by Lee Anderson // December 20, 2017

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If you are thinking of selling your home, you may be wondering if you should make needed repairs or simply try selling your home as is. Although selling a home as is sounds easy, it may not be as easy as you think. It is true that you won’t have to make repairs, but selling […]

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Why All Sellers Need a Comparative Market Analysis 

Posted by Lee Anderson // December 13, 2017

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When selling a home, all sellers should get a comparative market analysis (CMA) from their real estate agent. This report will help you determine the local real estate market as well as a good idea for an asking price based on recently sold homes in your area with similar amenities. Here are some things you […]

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Pricing Your Home: 3 Reasons To Do It Right The First Time

Posted by Lee Anderson // December 6, 2017

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Pricing your home to sell is like walking a fine line. As the homeowner, you want to get as much for your house as possible. On the other hand, you don’t want to turn away potential buyers by asking too much or cheat yourself by asking too little. The quest is to find the right […]

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0% Down Loan Options: VA and USDA

Posted by Lee Anderson // November 29, 2017

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You may have heard that a 0% down loan is no longer available. However, this is not true. There are two 0% down loan options: VA loans and USDA loans. 0% Down Loan: VA Loan Created in 1944, the VA loan helps military veterans and their families become home owners. Many military families have trouble […]

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Is An FHA Loan Right For You?

Posted by Lee Anderson // November 22, 2017

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An FHA loan is different from a conventional loan because it is insured by the government, specifically the Federal Housing Administration. To get an FHA loan, you will be required to purchase private mortgage insurance (PMI), which will protect your lender in case you can no longer make your payments. Although this adds a monthly […]

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Does your Home have Water Damage in Ft. Lauderdale?

Posted by Lee Anderson // November 15, 2017

Does your home have water damage in Ft. Lauderdale? It is no secret, repairing a home with water damage can be expensive. Any major damage in a home can become increasingly pricey to repair. We find that many of the homeowners we work with wish they could just sell their home and be done with […]

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Conventional Home Loan Basics

Posted by Lee Anderson // November 8, 2017

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Photo by CafeCredit under CC 2.0 A conventional home loan is simply a loan that is not guaranteed or insured by the government. A conventional home loan can be a conforming loan, meaning that it follows the guidelines of Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac, or it can be non-conforming, meaning that it does not follow these guidelines. So, what […]

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Choosing the Right Mortgage Loan and Down Payment Options

Posted by Lee Anderson // November 1, 2017


License: Creative Commons 3 – CC BY-SA 3.0; Attribution: Alpha Stock Images –; Original Author: Nick Youngson –; Original Image:; changed image size Look At Your Finances With so many types of mortgage loans available, how do you choose the one that is right for you? The first thing to do is be honest with yourself about your finances. How […]

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Understanding Mortgage Points

Posted by Lee Anderson // October 25, 2017

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Mortgage points are often part of your loan package. Paying for these points can help you lower your interest rate. However, you will need to determine whether paying for points makes sense for you. In order to make that decision, you’ll want to understand a little more about what mortgage points are. What Are Mortgage […]

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5 Strategies If You Are Considering Buying Houses Wholesale

Posted by Lee Anderson // October 18, 2017


Are you thinking about buying houses wholesale? Many real estate investors that have been in the flipping market are now seeing an opportunity to jump into wholesale real estate. What does it mean to buy a house wholesale? Buying house wholesale is like flipping homes without all the work that is involved in when rehabbing […]

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