Who Pays for Title Insurance?

Monday, August 20th, 2018

To say title insurance can be a confusing concept is an understatement, especially for a first time home buyer. Although it is not required, a lack of title insurance can mean a lack of protection from claims against your ownership of the home, and therefore the risk of losing your insurance. So what is title […]

What Are My Closing Costs?

Monday, July 9th, 2018

There are a lot of terms and fees that a first time home buyer may not be all too familiar with, and closing costs are no exception. Without guidance, it can be difficult to navigate through your deal and understand what you’re paying for. To break it down, closing costs are the fees associated with […]

10 Tips for Creating an Energy Efficient Home

Tuesday, June 19th, 2018

There are countless benefits to creating an energy efficient home from the environmental stipulations to the overall financial benefits. Here are some helpful tips and suggestions for making sure your home is getting the best of both worlds. Replace your old(er) appliances Switching your refrigerator, washer/dryers, or dishwasher to a more energy efficient model, such […]

Smart Driver AARP Course in Coral Springs

Sunday, June 10th, 2018

It is possible to become a Smarter Driver! I took this course when I was 55. Honestly thought I would be bored out of my mind with all of the miles I logged every year as a Realtor. Much to my surprise I did learn to become a better driver and was very surprised that I […]

Financing after a Foreclosure or Short Sale

Monday, October 26th, 2015

Have you been the victim of a foreclosure or short sale? Are you in a dilemma about where to go from there? Losing your home to a foreclosure or short sale can be one of the most trying times in anyone’s life. While coping with such a financial setback is never easy, seeing at it […]

1708 Vestal Drive Coral Springs, Florida 33071

Monday, May 11th, 2015

Tree-canopy lined streets in an enclave of 97 homes with a 24 hour Guard for check in.   Side-load garage off of the expansive, stamped, concrete driveway. Cathedral ceilings open to large formal areas as you enter.   Family room features a stone fireplace and attractive wood ceiling. Kitchen features (solid wood cabinets) with bay […]

More Homeowners Will Have Enough Equity to Sell

Friday, September 13th, 2013

More good news for homeowners this month! In the recent U.S. Home Equity and Underwater Report for September 2013, RealtyTrac has shown that 8.3 million homeowners have a loan to value (LTV) ration from 90 to 110 percent. These homeowners represent 18 percent of all U.S. homeowners with a mortgage as of the start of […]

Divorcing Your Spouse Doesn’t Automatically Affect Your Joint Mortgage

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

Anjie’s divorce was finalized in 2010. She deeded the house to her ex-husband. Being unmarried now, she thought she could get a fresh start. Little did she know her past was still haunting her. In 2013 she applied for a loan for a new house. She never thought that the old joint mortgage on the […]

NO ENTRY ALLOWED! I’m Not Home!

Tuesday, June 11th, 2013

  When do you think most burglaries occur? Rarely when you are home, but in fact 62.4% of burglaries happen between the hours of 9 am – 6 pm. The most likely explanation is kids are at school and spouses or parents are at work. That part hurts the most, because you are at work making […]

EarthFest on Saturday, April 20

Thursday, April 18th, 2013

    Your kids will have a wild time at EarthFest on Saturday, April 20 at Sandy Ridge Sanctuary. The event will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and it will feature lots of informative sessions the entire family will enjoy. There will also be wildlife exhibits, guided tours, plant giveaways for Coral Springs […]