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A Step By Step Guide To Buying A Home by Bold Real Estate Group

10 May

A Step By Step Guide To Buying A Home by Bold Real Estate Group

Do you ever wonder if homeownership is right for you?  Well, let me ask you this;  do you dream about doing your own yard work, home repairs, puttering around in the garage.  If so, then homeownership may be for you.  No one really dreams about paying a monthly mortgage, property taxes, insurance etc.  But actually being a homeowner definitely makes those things very well worth it.

This is your opportunity to have the American Dream of owning your own home.  Putting down roots and starting a family or expanding your current family.  However, the home buying process can seem a bit overwhelming, especially if you have never bought a home before.

Here is a step by step guide to help you in your home buying  journey.

1.  Talk to Millie an experienced Realtor who will help you learn what you need to know about the home buying process.
2.  Decide if you want to keep renting or if you are ready to buy
3.  Check your credit and begin improving your credit score
4.  Make a budget and determine exactly how much you can afford to spend on your new home.  Don’t forget that there will be closing costs and other associated fees in addition to the purchase price of your new home
5.  Study the different types of mortgages and how they work and then decide which one is right for you
6.  Think about where you want to live.  What location is best for you and your family
7.  Do you want to buy a conventional home, a foreclosure, a fixer-upper etc.
8.  You will also need to decide on a mortgage company, home inspector and possibly a real estate attorney or a financial advisor depending on your situation
9.  Research the area you have decided to buy a home.  Drive through the neighborhood at varying hours, check the current prices of the available homes and notate their condition.
10.  Check the crime statistics for that neighborhood
11.  Does the neighborhood have the conveniences you are going to need, such as child care, your bank, your favorite grocery stores and restaurants etc.
12.  How far is your chosen area from where you work now and where you may potentially be working in the future?
13.  Talk to your chosen realtor about supplying you with some home listings that meet your specified criteria
14.  Once you have looked through the home listings, let Millie know which ones you would like to look at
15.  After you have chosen a house, your realtor will help you submit an offer
16.  Be prepared to negotiate the deal
17.  After your offer has been approved, you will need to set up a home inspection
18.  You will now need to get your mortgage loan approved
19.  Set a closing date and then close on your new home
20.  Now all you have to do is get moved and enjoy the home of your dreams

This seems like a lot to go through and it is;  but all you have to do is call Millie and let her do the rest.  Millie  will walk you through each and every step  of the home buying process and let you know exactly what to do and when.  So don’t sweat the details and stay in close communication with Millie and they will make sure things go as smoothly as possible every step of the way!

About the Author:  Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Realtor for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

Servicing:  Port St. Lucie, Palm City, Jensen Beach, Stuart, Vero Beach,  Hutchinson Island, Fort Pierce,  Palm Beach, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Ponte Vedra Beach, Palm Coast, Neptune Beach, Amelia Island, Atlantic Beach, Fernandina Beach, Saint Johns, Saint Augustine, Daytona Beach, Fleming Island and New York real estate.

View thousands of listings  www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.comwww.BoldRealEstateGroup.com,  www.NewYork-Florida-RealEstate.com, www.PGAVillage-Homes.com, www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest

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What You Must Know About Disclosures Before Selling Your Home

12 Jan

What You Must Know About Disclosures Before Selling Your Home

Selling your home can be a very exciting time.  You have enjoyed the time you have spent in your home and you will probably be somewhat sad when moving day comes.  But don’t make things worse by not knowing everything there is to know about giving a full disclosure about your home.

Your realtor will probably pound this in like a prosecutor; but there is a very good reason for giving full disclosure about your home.  So what does “full disclosure” mean and why does my realtor keep warning me about this?  Well, that is because your realtor is trying to keep you out of legal trouble.
What!  Legal Trouble?  How can my telling a little white lie get me into legal trouble?   Well the fact of the matter is –  it is the law –  you must give full disclosure when selling your home.  You must disclose anything and everything that might be wrong  with your home before you sell it.

You have probably lived in your home for years and you know that is has some “quirks”.  No home is perfect, they all have something wrong with them; maybe just a few small things or maybe some really big things.  It doesn’t matter how big or small the issues are they must be disclosed before the sale.

So what exactly do you mean “everything”?  Well, you know that little drip in the bathroom faucet, and the little fact that your dishwasher stops up from time to time, or perhaps the fact that your basement floods or your roof leaks but only when you get a heavy rain.  Yep, that’s the stuff I am talking about.  When I say everything must be disclosed, I mean everything!

When it comes time to sell your home you have some options.  You can make the repairs at your expense  or you can let the buyers know up front what the problems are and let the buyers decide if they want them fixed.  Just remember, if you don’t get these items fixed before putting your home on the market, your buyers will probably come back with an offer on your home minus the cost of the repairs.

Most buyers will have a home inspection done; however, even if they don’t, it is your responsibility to disclose any defects that you know about.  A concealed problem may come back to haunt you after your closing.  There have been many lawsuits that involve undisclosed defects.  So it is in your best interest to disclose, disclose, disclose.  Otherwise, the settlement of a lawsuit will make the cost of those repairs or price concession look like a real bargain!

Talk to your realtor and they will be able to assist you with the disclosure agreement.  Your realtor will be your best friend throughout this entire process and beyond and is the best person to help keep you out of legal trouble.

Having the right real estate agent means having an agent who is committed to helping you buy, sell or rent  your home with the highest level of expertise in your local market. This commitment level has helped me build a remarkable track record of delivering results.

Nothing is more exciting to me than the gratifying feeling I get from helping people meet their real estate needs. You can count on me to always do what’s in your best interest. I pride myself on being honest, trustworthy, and knowledgeable in the real estate market. I know how important it is to find your dream home. Therefore I will make it my responsibility to help you achieve those goals.

Whether you are an experienced investor or a first time buyer, I can help you in finding the property of your dreams. Please feel free to browse my website or let me guide you every step of the way by calling or e-mailing me to set up an appointment today.

About the Author:  Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

Serving Locally and Globally.  View thousands of new and resale homes:  www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.comwww.BoldRealEstateGroup.com,  www.NewYork-Florida-RealEstate.com, www.PGAVillage-Homes.com a Golf Style Private Community,  www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com  a 55+ Resort Lifestyle Community, www.HealthcareRelocationServices.com

Unique Ways To Fund Your Downpayment

12 Jan

Unique Ways To Fund Your Downpayment

One of the biggest concerns many people have when it comes to buying a home is coming up with the down payment.  Or perhaps coming up with a down payment that is large enough to lower their monthly payment.   These are very legitimate concerns ; therefore, we have come up with some unique ways to help you afford your down payment.

1.  The most popular(and maybe not so unique) is to dip into your savings account

2.  Hit up some of your friends – who knows what kind of money they have lying around

3.  Ask all of your relatives – if all of your relatives can give a little, perhaps you can reciprocate the next time they need a favor

4.  Check with your 401k administrator – in certain cases you can borrow some money from it without penalties

5.  Look at your entire portfolio – do you have stock proceeds you can use or maybe you could sell some stocks to beef up your down payment

6.  What assets to you have – do you have anything that you could sell to come up with that extra down payment

7.  Sometimes, depending on the lender , a co-signer might be an option

8.  Does your city offer any down payment subsidy programs – sometimes these subsidies are $5000 to $10,000 – this is free money – who doesn’t want free money.  This will also significantly lower your monthly payments as well

9.  Some banks still offer zero percent down – which means you have no down payment – these are usually reserved for first time home buyers with extremely good credit

10. Perhaps you might consider a lease with an option to buy

11.  Sometimes a seller is willing to fund part or all of your down payment just to get the deal – this is called a carry back mortgage – it will help the seller sell their home faster and help the buyer buy a home that they could not otherwise afford

12.  Talk to your lender about a second mortgage

There are many, many ways to fund your down payment.  Ask your realtor to help you come up with the options that will work best for you.  You might be surprised at just how well versed they are in helping buyers reach their down payment goals.  So use their experience to your advantage and don’t let a little thing like a down payment get in your way.

Having the right real estate agent means having an agent who is committed to helping you buy, sell or rent  your home with the highest level of expertise in your local market. This commitment level has helped me build a remarkable track record of delivering results.

Nothing is more exciting to me than the gratifying feeling I get from helping people meet their real estate needs. You can count on me to always do what’s in your best interest. I pride myself on being honest, trustworthy, and knowledgeable in the real estate market. I know how important it is to find your dream home. Therefore I will make it my responsibility to help you achieve those goals.

Whether you are an experienced investor or a first time buyer, I can help you in finding the property of your dreams. Please feel free to browse my website or let me guide you every step of the way by calling or e-mailing me to set up an appointment today.

About the Author:  Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

Serving Locally and Globally.  View thousands of new and resale homes:  www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.comwww.BoldRealEstateGroup.com,  www.NewYork-Florida-RealEstate.com, www.PGAVillage-Homes.com a Golf Style Private Community,  www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com  a 55+ Resort Lifestyle Community, www.HealthcareRelocationServices.com

The Facts About Financing A Second Home

11 Jan

The Facts About Financing A Second Home

Buying a second home is very exciting.  This may be a home in the place where you vacation every year, somewhere that you like to  go and relax and enjoy your time off.   Perhaps you are looking for an investment opportunity.  Whatever the case may be, here are some things to consider when it comes time to buy and finance your second home.

• It is a great time to buy a second home – the mortgage rates are low
• If you have a strong credit history you are guaranteed the best rates
• You can use the equity in your current home as a down payment or closing costs
• Lenders are offering some really affordable loan options right now
• Remember, the guidelines for how much you can quality for is based on 28% of your gross income
• If you are a long term homeowner, you may be able to borrow more than you think

A second home as an investment property is a fantastic idea.  If you are looking for a way to save money for your retirement,  this is it.  A second home forces you to put away money every month in the form of a mortgage payment.  When it comes time to retire, you can sell it or use the income, which could be significant if you have it paid off.

Another reason a second home as part of your retirement plan is a good idea is due to the fact that your investment money is subject to less income tax and the interest and taxes may be deductible.   So planning ahead could pay off in a big way.

You must make sure; however, that you have enough money to cover the mortgage payments plus any additional expenses such as repairs, yearly taxes and insurance, if they are not a part of your mortgage payment, and anything else that may arise.  The good news is if you buy the right house at the right price, your rental property should always stay rented.

So if you are able, don’t hesitate to call your real estate agent and let them know that you are ready to buy a second home and they will move heaven and earth to help you find a home that fits your needs.  Your realtor has “inside information” if you will, about all types of homes in all types of markets and some that are not even on the market yet.  So take advantage of their wealth of knowledge and the next thing you know you will be vacationing in your second home or enjoying the benefits of all that extra income!

Having the right real estate agent means having an agent who is committed to helping you buy, sell or rent  your home with the highest level of expertise in your local market. This commitment level has helped me build a remarkable track record of delivering results.

Nothing is more exciting to me than the gratifying feeling I get from helping people meet their real estate needs. You can count on me to always do what’s in your best interest. I pride myself on being honest, trustworthy, and knowledgeable in the real estate market. I know how important it is to find your dream home. Therefore I will make it my responsibility to help you achieve those goals.

Whether you are an experienced investor or a first time buyer, I can help you in finding the property of your dreams. Please feel free to browse my website or let me guide you every step of the way by calling or e-mailing me to set up an appointment today.

About the Author:  Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

View thousands of new and resale homes:  www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.comwww.BoldRealEstateGroup.com,  www.NewYork-Florida-RealEstate.com, www.PGAVillage-Homes.com a Golf Style Private Community,  www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com  a 55+ Resort Lifestyle Community, www.HealthcareRelocationServices.com

Are Renters On The Rise In Your Community?

19 Nov

Are Renters On The Rise In Your Community? Remember when you first moved in and loved your neighborhood?

Then the renters started moving in.

Now that the housing slump has put a damper on buying and selling many sub-divisions are becoming rental communities. The result, overgrown lawns, too many teens hanging out in the park and loud parties in the “frat houses” down the street; not to mention some driveways with a dozen cars parked out front and people streaming in and out. Does any of this sound familiar?
Thousands of property owners across the country are now renting out homes they cannot sell. As a result, developments that once were largely owner-occupied are filling up with renters who are less engaged in the community and less concerned about the upkeep.

But let’s be fair; not all homeowners are model neighbors and plenty of renters cut their grass, take in the garbage cans and turn down the music at 9 pm.

It’s a good news-bad news situation; renters can bring socio¬economic and racial diversity and a chance for owners to make money, even when times are tough. Some renters may start out as tenants but eventually will become buyers. Now for the flip side; too many renters can depress housing values in a community. You look at most renters as temporary with no long term vested interest in the community which will ultimately mean a swinging door – new faces in and out.

How to protect and preserve your neighborhood

• Many HOA’s require pre-approval by the board before allowing renters to move in. While this can cause problems it does provide another opinion about the people you’re about to allow into your space.

• While tempting, do not sign more than a one-year lease. If there are too many problems during that first year, you can simply choose not to rent to that individual again.

• Discuss, vote on and include language into your HOA bylaws that safeguard your community and keep your community stable.
Rules and guidelines pertaining to renters should be addressed at your annual HOA meeting. Be proactive not reactive. Often times, we wait until the “bleep” has hit the fan when we could have just addressed the situation before it became a problem.
Ask that homeowners update records if they move or rent; you need to know where notices should be sent.

Ask that homeowners provide a copy of any lease to the board so everyone knows how many people are moving into the community – this directly relates to the security of the community.

It all comes down to communication and setting up guidelines to live by.

About the Author:  Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

View thousands of new and resale homes:  www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.comwww.BoldRealEstateGroup.com,  www.NewYork-Florida-RealEstate.com, www.PGAVillage-Homes.com a Golf Style Private Community,  www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com  a 55+ Resort Lifestyle Community, www.HealthcareRelocationServices.com

A Home On Wheels?

6 Nov

A home on wheels?  How much “stuff” do you need? Have you ever felt over-burdened by too much square footage and a large mortgage? Many people feel this way and wonder, how can I downsize to an affordable lifestyle? There is a simple answer to that question – downsize to a portable home on wheels.

Many retirees are shedding a mortgage payment of over $1,000 per month, and purchasing 84-square-foot homes. Imagine a total cost of about $10,000-$20,000 to build the tiny home, and a monthly heating bill that totals about $15. Yes, it is possible, and if these tiny homes are not sold in your state, you can pay to have it towed or shipped to you.

Perhaps the hardest part of downsizing is eliminating time-honored mementos, but it can also be liberating. Letting go of the past and all the things that are holding you back; this does not mean you are simply tossing your life aside; you are making room for a new lifestyle with new memories.

The majority of tiny homes are built for 1 to 2 people, as the space inside is small. Retirees quickly see the advantage – saving lots of money. Most people who migrate to these downsized spaces usually save about 90 percent or more per month than they were spending in a larger home.

Financing

If financing is necessary, it can be challenging to get the loan. Simply put, banks are wary of these tiny homes. Banks want to see something bigger than a one-bedroom house because it brings up the concern about resale value. Many retirees are simply selling their large home, buying a home on wheels and pocketing a huge profit.

Advantages of Downsizing

• Very little cleaning
• Few, if any monthly bills
• You can move your home wherever and whenever you feel the need to leave. Simply pack and hitch your home on wheels on the back of your SUV.

The bottom line is, everyone is feeling the economic shift and looking for ways to save money. If you don’t mind the very cozy quarters, these homes on wheels can become the answer to financial difficulties.

About the Author:  Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

View thousands of new and resale homes:  www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.comwww.BoldRealEstateGroup.com,  www.NewYork-Florida-RealEstate.com, www.PGAVillage-Homes.com a Golf Style Private Community,  www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com  a 55+ Resort Lifestyle Community, www.HealthcareRelocationServices.com

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Buying a Budget Home by Bold Real Estate Group

25 Oct

Buying a Budget Home By Bold Real Estate Group.  When it comes to real estate, it’s really hard to beat an inexpensive home.  You may call it inexpensive while others refer to it as a cheap home – but they are very affordable and ideal for those on a budget.

These bare-bone types of homes represent a way to purchase property at a low price, build it up, and have instant equity.  Making money with real estate is easy to do – no matter how you look at it.

Although you can find cheap homes throughout your state, some will obviously be better than others.  Some are in great neighborhoods, giving you plenty to see and plenty to do all around you.  On the other hand, most towns that offer the cheapest homes normally have a bad situation when it comes to the job market.  They can be great to retire to or settle down in if you own a business, although they aren’t great if you need a job.  Internet marketers and writers are finding these areas, and are flocking to them at a very fast pace.

The Best Way to Purchase Low

You can save quite a bit of money by buying a home that is practically unfinished, but still fits your needs.  What this means, is buying a home in the inexpensive areas of your town, or buying a home that has not been completed yet.  You shouldn’t be focused on one type of home or neighborhood, but instead look at your available options and compare prices.

Many builders have gone out of business, leaving plenty of unfinished properties. Let your real estate agent investigate how to purchase these almost finished properties. You’ll save a bundle and can have the home completed within months.

Keep in mind that buying cheap homes doesn’t necessarily mean buying a rundown place or buying your home in a bad part of town.  You can get a cheap home in a great neighborhood, if you weigh your options accordingly.  If you shop around and look at different areas, you might find yourself very surprised at just how many homes are available at cheap prices.

In some cases, you can end up paying the full price of a home and still end up spending less than someone else might spend.  Although price has an impact, financing is also an area that can help to make a home more affordable.  If you get a low interest rate, you’ll save a lot of money when you buy the home.  There are several ways that you can save money through your finance options, which is why you should always research what’s available to you before you buy.

Contact a real estate agent and provide a list of what you’re looking for and how you want to save money. Finally, keep your options open because now is the best possible time to negotiate.

About the Author:  Millie Gil has been a successful Licensed Real Estate agent for over 25 years in Florida.  Millie is Vice President of Bold Real Estate Group, a boutique agency committed to concierge personalized service for discerning buyers, sellers and renters of residential and commercial properties.  For more information please forward your request to communityinfo@comcast.net

View thousands of new and resale homes:  www.Northeast-Florida-Relocation.comwww.BoldRealEstateGroup.com,  www.NewYork-Florida-RealEstate.com, www.PGAVillage-Homes.com a Golf Style Private Community,  www.TheCascadesAtStLucieWest.com  a 55+ Resort Lifestyle Community, www.HealthcareRelocationServices.com

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