Just like car or homeowner’s insurance, title insurance is designed to protect individuals from catastrophic financial loss. While homeowner’s insurance protects physical assets, title insurance protects an invisible, but equally important, asset: the right to own your home free and clear of any hidden problems. Despite its importance, many home
A unique portrait of your client’s new home paired with a heartfelt message is a closing gift any new homeowner will cherish. Best of all, if your clients prominently display the gift in their home, it’s an excellent way to generate leads through local referrals.Real estate closing gifts are a great way to commemorate to our client’s new
You found a good house, with good location. You loved everything but your wife is unhappy as kitchen is not updated or finished as per latest styles. You saving money and don’t want to spend too much so trying to convince your wife but she is just adamant in buying
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The most common type of credit score is the , which was developed by Fair, Isaac and Company. FICO is not the only credit scoring company, but is the score used most widely. Lenders usually base your interest rate on some variation of a FICO score, which can range from 300 to
It Had Been Empty For Years Evilenglish’s grandparents’ farmhouse hadn’t been lived in since 1997, so you can only imagine how dusty it was… Evilenglish was planning on selling the property, but before he could even think about putting it up for sale. He had a huge clean-up task on
Help with Flood Insurance and Disclosures Flood-related disclosures can generate a deluge of legal and ethical questions for Realtors. What needs to be disclosed? How should you advise sellers? What should you tell buyers about flood risk and insurance? In this video, NAR Associate Counsel Deanne Rymarowicz answers these questions. Flooding is
On September 27, 2019, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (collectively “the Agencies”) adopted a final rule increasing the threshold for requiring an appraisal in residential real estate transactions from $250,000 to $400,000.
On Sept. 30, a federal district court dismissed a challenge by four states (New York, Connecticut, Maryland and Jersey) to the $10,000 cap on the federal state and local tax (SALT) deduction that was created by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. (New York et. al. v. Mnuchin, No. 18-CV-6427).
Franklin Township News Vincent Dominach, Jr., Director of Economic Development for Franklin Township, was a guest speaker at a recent CORE Government Affairs Committee meeting, at which he provided the following information and news for area Realtors: 1. By next year, most likely during the first quarter of 2020, a cursory inspection
When it comes to looking at money you owe, not all debt is created equal. While there are many shades of gray in life, there is absolutely good debt and bad debt. And the difference matters, whether you’re taking financial steps to buy a home or prepare for retirement. Let’s
It doesn’t matter whether you are getting ready to sell your home or refinance your existing mortgage; if you are working with a lender, they will likely require an estimate of the fair market value of your property. That means they will request an appraisal to find out how much
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