When Home Improvement Does and Does Not Increase Value

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A fairly persistent misperception of more than a few homeowners is that a home improvement will increase the value of a residence in an amount on par with the cost of that improvement. In fact, more often than not a home improvement does not increase the value of a residence on par with the amount […]

Cash Home Buyers Can Cost Sellers Lots of Money

Cash Home Buyers Can Cost Sellers Lots of Money

Cash buyers are supposed to be great for sellers right?  That may not be true when it comes to Ebuyers.   Why should home sellers be cautious when it comes to accepting offers form “cash buyers”?   What is an Ebuyer?  Ebuyers are home buyers like OpenDoor, OfferPad, Redfin, We Buy Ugly Houses and a whole […]

The Dos and Don’ts of Credit Advice

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Great credit is a wonderful thing to have.  Here are the Dos and Don’ts of credit advice.  If healthy credit is something that you’re serious about, you’ve probably been searching for information or talking to friends and family. It’s important to pay attention to where you’re getting your information from. People tend to gather information […]

5 Things Buyers And Sellers Need To Know About Foundation Repair

5 Things Buyers And Sellers Need To Know About Foundation Repair

While a home’s foundation may not be the most exciting part, it’s arguably the most important. Here are 5 things buyers and sellers need to know about foundation repair. Quite literally, the foundation is the base of a home. It must be strong and stable enough to support the entire house, as it is the bedrock […]

Can You Transfer a Mortgage in a Divorce? | Divorce Your Mortgage

Top 10 Things You Should Know About Your Mortgage When Going Through a Divorce

With 70% of all divorces in the United States involving real estate, one of the first questions to arise is “Can you transfer a mortgage in a divorce?” The answer is yes and no – depending upon what type of mortgage you have. There are typically only 3 ways to transfer a mortgage in a […]

Online Bargains That Are Too Good

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Online Bargains That Are Too Good to Be True By Ilya Kneppelhout, Kiplinger.com Online shopping could be hazardous to your wealth—and your health. An investigation by the Government Accountability Office, a federal watchdog agency, found that many products sold by third-party sellers on popular websites such as Amazon.com and Walmart.com were counterfeit—and dangerous—and were often […]

Mortgage Rate Update for Dallas Texas | September 21, 18

Mortgage Rate Market update

Mortgage Rate Update for Dallas Texas September 21st 2018.  Mortgage rates are trending higher this week and look to continue that trend absent some unforeseen event. The yield on the 10 year bond has reached a 5 year high which normally signals higher interest rates. The Fed has been scaling back its purchases of mortgage-backed securities and […]

Dallas Texas Mortgage Rate Update September 14th 2018

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Here is your Dallas Texas Friday Mortgage Rate Update for Week ending 09/14/2018. From Zero Down to $3Million Jumbo.  I offer, Conventional, FHA, VA, USDA, Jumbo, Construction, Renovation, and special loans for Divorcing couples.  I can help you know what is the best program for you.  Find some of our loan options here. Get your free […]

Divorcing Your Mortgage Newsletter May 2018

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Divorcing Your Mortgage Newsletter.  May 2018, bringing you Divorce Trivia. The History of Trivia is Anything But Trivial Calling all trivia buffs! You may school your friends in every random fact from pop culture to World War II, but how much do you know about the history of trivia itself? The dictionary defines trivia as […]