Part 2: First Time Home Buyers

You can purchase a home with as little as 3-5% of a down payment. Here are some things to start your home buying preparation: INCOME / EMPLOYMENT: FORECLOSURES, SHORT SALES, BANKRUPTCY (*There are compensating factors, loan type, credit score, debt to income, employment history etc)​*In most cases, it is important you have built up your […]

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Buying a house? What about Homeowner’s Insurance?

💫Information on different types of insurance with Sev Tamayo from Goosehead insurance and Danielle Desousa from Homestar Mortgage. 💫 Want your business features in the next video or do you have a topic you want us to cover? Message me! ✨ #insurance #palmcoast #florida #lending #mortgage #solutionsresultsreliable #shoplocal #petfriendlylender  

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Home Buyer Seminar – Palm Coast, FL

If you or someone you know has been wondering about how to buy or build a home, please tell them about this upcoming seminar! Misty Ritchie with Palm Coast Real Estate and I partnered up to answer frequently answered questions: What does my credit score need to be? How much of a down payment do […]

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Rent-to-Own | Renting vs. Buying | Rental info for our area!

Rent-to-Own | Rentingvs. Buying | Rental info Flagler County, FL! RENT TO OWN: Many people ask about “Rent-to-Own”.Typically people want to go this route because they are not able to get approved to buy a home. In my experience these agreements NEVER work out. My advice is to either rent or own. Not ready now? […]

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Weekly Market Update: What are the rates doing?

Stronger than expected labor market data was the primary influence on mortgage rates this week. The stock market remained volatile and posted gains for the week. Mortgage rates ended a little higher. Friday’s heavily watched Employment report showed that well above average improvement in the labor market continued for yet another month. Against a consensus […]

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Market Recap 10/26/18

Strong GDP Growth Weakness in the stock market was good for mortgage rates this week, while the major economic data was mixed and had little impact. As a result, mortgage rates ended the week lower.   As was the case this week, stock prices and bond prices often move in opposite directions. The simple reason […]

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