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 […]

I Have An Accepted Offer-What’s Next?

Tuesday, June 19th, 2018

Your offer on your dream home has just been accepted and you’re getting ready to pop the champagne, but is it too soon to celebrate? Even though your offer has been accepted, the home buying process has just begun. Inspections are a big part of home buying. Home inspections and other types of revisions may […]

8591 Lakeside Drive Parkland, Florida 33076

Tuesday, May 15th, 2018

Looking for one of the best homes for sale in Parkland? Walk into this bright & spacious estate home in Mira Lago of Parkland. Located on an oversized cul de sac lot that backs up to amazing lake views from all windows. Granite counters and large center island in this gourmet kitchen with stainless steel […]

What Does That Status Letter Mean? “A”,”B”,”PS”,CS”

Sunday, November 22nd, 2015

A = Actively Available B = Back Up Offers Only PS = Pending Sale CS =  Closed Sale X = Expired from the Active Market T = Temporarily Off the Market A = Actively Available – Should be available for you to buy or bid on. Cases where this might not work out. Foreclosure agents rarely […]

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 […]

Will I have to pay PMI forever?

Monday, June 22nd, 2015

The majority of homeowners when purchasing a house will hear the term “PMI”. “PMI” is private mortgage insurance. Homeowners purchasing a house with less than 20 percent down will most likely have to buy private mortgage insurance — PMI. The purpose of this insurance is to cover the lender in case you default, and it […]

When should I start saving for a home?

Thursday, May 21st, 2015

It is never too early to start saving for a home! May is the month of college graduations. Whether you are the one graduating or it is your son or daughter, encouraging smart money saving habits is very important. It can seem like an impossible challenge to start saving money on top of student loan […]

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 […]

How to Survive the Moving Madness!

Tuesday, April 21st, 2015

Springtime is here and it is one of the most popular times of the year that families choose to make a move! Moving is often a stressful time for both buyers and sellers. Here are some moving tips that can help relieve a little bit of that stress throughout the process. Pack the items you […]