Happy House-a-ween

Posted by Boomer Lee on October 26, 2018 in No Category
Why can buying a home be so scary? Like in every horror's the fear of the unknown. When we don't know what is coming our mind can dream up some crazy things. But turn on the lights and you find that buying a home is not scary. It can be one of the greatest experiences of your life! With a good Realtor to lead you though the process, buying a home can be as fun as it is rewarding. CLICK HERE for a step by step guide thought the home buying process from the National Association of Realtors. And when you ar... read more
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Hurricane Hacks

Posted by Boomer Lee on October 10, 2018 in No Category
When a hurricane or tropical storm heads our way, I know your family’s safety is top priority. Here are a few simple tips that may help. Bread and water are always the 1st things off the store shelves. Besides bread, consider other non-perishable foods such as fruits, canned goods and PB&J. If water is already sold out fill up pitchers and other containers with drinking water. You might also consider filling a bathtub with water for bathing just in case. Make sure you have an old school battery powered... read more
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4 Things You Should Do Now If You Plan To Sell In the Spring 1-Start decluttering and depersonalizing your home. Decluttered rooms look bigger. And depersonalizing keeps the buyer’s focus on your home, not your stuff. 2-Make Repairs. Don’t cross your fingers and hope that a buyer won’t find that leaky roof, rotten siding or broken cabinet door. Home inspectors will find these issues and more. So fix what you know about now before a buyer forces you to hire a contractor to make repairs and charge y... read more
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How Much Will 1 Percent Cost Me

The Financial Affects Of Rising Mortgage Rates
Posted by Boomer Lee on April 17, 2018 in  Homes  Interest Rates  Mortgages  Real Estate  Savings
If you've considered buying a home recently, you are likely keeping a close eye on mortgage interest rates. While no one knows how high rates will go, lenders I have spoken with recently predict rates will stabilize between 5% over the next 2 years. So how important is it to buy before rates rise anymore? How much will 1% save you?Just for fun I did a little math on my mortgage calculator. Turns out when buying a $200,000 home, a 1% interest rate increase (4%) for a buyer with a 700 credit score using a 30 year con... read more
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