7 Questions Every Borrower SHOULD ask a Loan Officer
That could save you thousands on your next mortgage
#1 How long have you been a
Just as experience with your lawyer, CPa and doctor matters, so does experience with your mortgage loan officer. Loan officers with just three years’ experience have significantly higher pull through rates than those with less.
Wages are the number one factor in determining the value of rents which is why until recently New York City had the highest rents.
Today you might be surprised to learn that the Williston Herald (North Dakota) reports that Apartment Guide found that a 700-square-foot, one-bedroom apartment in Williston costs an average of $2,394 a month. The same apartment would cost $1,504 in the New York area, $1,411 in Los Angeles or $1,537 in Boston. Continue reading →
With all the new jobs being created in Raleigh-Cary with companies such as Red Hat, Citrix and MetLife just to name a few of the bigger names, it’s probably no surprise that there are a lot of people moving to Raleigh and Cary.
But not all of these people moving to Raleigh are ready to buy a home. And frankly, it’s not always wise to buy a home right away in a location where you are a newcomer. Continue reading →
The following link will take you to a secure site where you can submit either an Express Application which is really just the bare essentials required for me to provide you a pre-qualification which should take about 10 minutes to complete.
This lovely Townhome is located just minutes from the Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the very desirable Patterson Glen Community. Click HERE for a downloadable brochure or contact Edwin Argueta with The Force Realty at (919) 724-6070 to arrange a private viewing.
More than 15-hundred years after his death, he is still one of the most popular saints in history, especially in Ireland. Every year on March 17, the Irish and the Irish-at-heart across the globe observe St. Patrick’s Day. What began as a religious feast day for the patron saint of Ireland has become an international festival celebrating Irish culture with parades, dancing, special foods and a whole lot of green. Continue reading →
When I was preparing the post - Buying a home in Raleigh is getting tough! I reached out to some real estate partners that I know and trust and asked them to comment on on the current market condition. The responses were so good that although I couldn’t squeeze them into the original post so I thought I would share them in a separate post. Continue reading →
Regardless if you’re a first time homebuyer looking for a cozy (realtor speak for small) 3 bedroom ranch styled home or a veteran move up buyer purchasing your dream home one thing that is consistent across that supply of housing in Raleigh-Cary and all over Wake County is that it’s tight! Continue reading →