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 […]

What To Do Before Applying for a Single Family Home Mortgage

Tuesday, December 10th, 2013

Everyone has a checklist for our personal goals, whether it is written in a journal or just being kept as a secret in the back of your mind. Although time will always march on, you cannot deny the fact that you and your family want to enjoy the holidays and all the things that make life worth living in the place you call your […]

When did entitlement become fashionable? | Kristen Bomas’ Blog

Wednesday, November 6th, 2013

Kristen is a friend of mine that I consider very INSIGHTFUL! In her new blog which you can read by clicking the link below will teach you how we define ourselves as entitled. There is the entitled thought that if a person yells loud enough and makes enough commotion, he or she will give or get […]

Real Estate and Due Diligence

Thursday, September 12th, 2013

Lots of real estate websites put importance on doing due diligence prior to placing an offer. What is “FHA” anyway? Despite sounding like a term you’d commonly hear on a legal drama, “Due Diligence” is simply the act of investigating prior to signing a contract. Common sense dictates that “Due Diligence” is an important part […]

Organizing Your Home for School

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

If you have a school age child in your home, back-to-school season understandably brings in an air of promises not just for the child but for the parents as well: this school year would be better than the last; I will be more active for my child’s PTA this school year; I will spend more […]

Affordable Ways to Keep Your Home Cool

Tuesday, August 6th, 2013

As much as summer in Florida is amazing, it can also be hot and sticky. You could turn the thermostat to 80 but you’ll still be sweaty during a heat wave. These little steps cost next to nothing. Keeping the heat low and your savings high, these tips can reduce stress on your air conditioner […]

What Buyers Should Know

Wednesday, April 10th, 2013

When someone wants to buy a home, a lot of things come into play: What does the house look like? Will it be of the right size and right number of rooms for me and my family? Is it located in a good neighborhood? But eventually, it all boils down to one thing: NO ONE […]

Savings and Space: The Benefits of Florida Home Ownership

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013

  Right now, you might think you are not ready to own a home. That’s understandable. Home ownership is a long-term commitment and some people would wait to become financially stable during their mid-adulthood before even considering buying a home. The good thing is you don’t have to be like those people. Owning a home […]

Florida Homes and Communities

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013

Looking at homes in Florida, you will see that there is a diverse mix of designs to suit any taste. These design elements have been put together to give maximum comfort and ventilation during the heat of the day. Normally, Florida homes are designed to with at least one porch and wide windows which allow breeze […]

It’s Great to Live in Florida!

Friday, March 29th, 2013

  The title says it all! Even when you look at Florida’s state flag, the sun serves as a testament to the state’s sunny disposition. As a matter of fact, Money Magazine even mentioned three of Florida’s cities (Coral Springs, Riverview and Weston) which made it to their list of top 100 places to live […]