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Loving people and helping them find their new home or sell their current one is Kara's mission. She has been a Realtor since 2004. Referrals from her clients has been the key to her business success. Kara will help you through the entire process when finding a home or help you with the professionals standards you expect in a Realtor to sell your home. Just mention Kara's name and the hallmark of her fame can be summed up with "a truly great person."
Kara Bloomfield 501-269-0782 email@example.com
A full time Realtor since 2010, Diane feels the "client first" philosophy has always been her approach. It requires her to continually improve her skills and ways of doing business. Being accessible, a good listener, a good communicator and responding quickly to your clients needs allows Diane to place her clients first! Having the quality skills of knowing the market, effectively negotiating and the latest technologies allows Diane to have YOU be her "client first" experience.
Diane Henson 501-472-9295 firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert has been in almost every aspect of the real estate business since beginning his real estate career in 1990. From being a property manager, executive broker, trainer to agents, owner of his own company and in between owning and managing his own portfolio of properties, his plate has been full. Robert has been a dedicated leader in the real estate industry with his professional, knowledgeable and experienced background.
Robert Henson 501-514-1161 email@example.com
Being a Realtor for over 32 years, Janet has seen many changes throughout the years, but with these changes learning how to progress through innovative technology, the understanding of knowing the market and the experience to pursue what is best for her client has allowed Janet to be a successful Realtor. Referrals from friends and family has been a mainstay of her business.
Janet Martin 501-908-9651 firstname.lastname@example.org
Julie has been a Realtor since 1997 and specializes in residential homes and land sales, and working as both a buyer and listing agent. Julie wants to help you find your dream home whether it be pre existing or new construction. She has the knowledge and experience to find the right property for you. She knows the market, a true professional with experience to back what she says are a few words to describe the true person Julie is.
Julie Pruitt 501-733-0110 email@example.com
Norma Jean has been a Realtor since 1991. She loves working with people and her greatest joy is the happiness it brings for the final result. She has years of experience of the real estate business and knows the results through hard work, professionalism, dedication to her clients and service beyond compare. Norma Jean has been one to really appreciate her loyal clients through years by the referrals they have given her.
Norma Jean Rittman 501-472-1511 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dedicated, loyal, great communicator, superb negotiating skills with faith based integrity are just a few words to sum up Mary Wooten. Having been a Realtor for the past 29 years, Mary has the knowledge and experience to obtain excellence service beyond expectation. Mary has had a successful career as a Realtor founded by referrals from previous customers.
Mary Wooten 501-472-9335 email@example.com
Home is where the heart is. It’s also where a big chunk of your financial responsibility lies. Home ownership is a pillar of the American dream, and while many of those in younger generations either can’t afford to or actively choose not to pursue it, those who buy in to the housing market often see major financial benefits.
There is no doubt that becoming a homeowner is one of the biggest financial decisions you will make in your entire life. It’s also undeniable that simply getting to that point requires a certain degree of financial success. You need to come up with a down payment and closing costs (generally about 3 percent to 4 percent of the total home purchase price for buyers) before you can even turn the key in the door. But among those who take on the big task of home ownership, many see financial benefits that far outweigh their initial investment, especially during tax season. Here are 5 of them:
Millennials are swarmed with investing advice – start saving early, take advantage of your employer's 401(k) match and for heaven's sake, dump those high-interest credit cards! But for many who are looking to build a retirement nest egg, financial advisors say purchasing a home is one of the best investments millennials can make.
"Buying a home is one of the smartest financial decisions you can make as early as your 20s," says Riccardo Ravasini, managing director of Rava Realty, who handles properties in New York and Florida, "because it is inflation-protected and a physical asset that doesn't disappear like stocks can do."Rent payments go straight into the pocket of the landlord – and at the beginning of the next month, you've got nothing to show for it.
But mortgage payments are an investment in the future, says Tony Via, an assistant finance professor at Kent State University in Ohio. As the remaining balance on a mortgage is reduced, home equity increases, padding your own retirement account – and not your landlord's. Better to spend your money on your own home than on unnecessary, short-term expenses that won't provide value later, he says.
When a consumer considers purchasing or selling a home, they should consider the fact that there are many tax benefits. By far, the buying of a home can be one of a consumers biggest investments. Ultimately, the consumer taking advantage of these tax benefits could save a great deal of money either at the time of purchase or the time of sell. Due to the various restrictions and conditions regarding these tax benefits, it is important to consult with one’s financial advisors or accountants. Two major areas to save money are:
Interest expense: Homeowners can deduct interest expenses on up to $750,000 of mortgage debt from their income taxes, though when they itemize these deductions, they forgo the standard deduction of $12,000 for individuals or married couples filing individually, $18,000 for head of household & $24,000 for married filing jointly.
Capital appreciation: While the home increases in value during ownership these gains are not taxed at the federal level & then homeowners can exclude up to $250,000 in home appreciation when figuring their capital gains.
Home ownership has become a cornerstone of the American Dream. For most people, their home is their most valuable asset. Mortgages make home buying possible for many Americans. Mortgages are not always easy to secure, however, as rates and terms are often dependent on an individual's credit score and job status. Failure to repay allows a bank to legally foreclose and auction off the property to cover its losses. In a typical year, most buyers take out a mortgage to finance their home purchase, most commonly 30-year, fixed-rate financing using a conforming loan. That’s a loan that’s packaged into a security by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac and sold to investors on Wall Street. The two secondary mortgage market companies guarantee the securities, making them attractive to investors all around the world. Many other buyers use financing backed directly by the federal government through FHA, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, or the Rural Housing Service, a division of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
FHA loans have been helping people become homeowners since 1934. How do we do it? The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) - which is part of HUD - insures the loan, so your lender can offer you a better deal.
What does FHA have for you?
Buying your first home?
FHA might be just what you need. Your down payment can be as low as 3.5% of the purchase price. Available on 1-4 unit properties.
Financial help for seniors
Are you 62 or older? Do you live in your home? Do you own it outright or have a low loan balance? If you can answer "yes" to all of these questions, then the FHA Reverse Mortgage might be right for you. It lets you convert a portion of your equity into cash.
Want to make your home more energy efficient?
You can include the costs of energy improvements into an FHA Energy-Efficient Mortgage.
How about manufactured housing and mobile homes?
Yes, FHA has financing for mobile homes and factory-built housing. We have two loan products - one for those who own the land that the home is on and another for mobile homes that are - or will be - located in mobile home parks.
Ask an FHA lender to tell you more about FHA loan products.
This program assists approved lenders in providing low- and moderate-income households the opportunity to own adequate, modest, decent, safe and sanitary dwellings as their primary residence in eligible rural areas. Eligible applicants may build, rehabilitate, improve or relocate a dwelling in an eligible rural area. The program provides a 90% loan note guarantee to approved lenders in order to reduce the risk of extending 100% loans to eligible rural homebuyers. Applicants must:
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