Home Buyers Unite!

Home Buyers Unite!

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Home Buyers Unite!

Unite with a great Real Estate Team that knows this Sellers’ market, and can negotiate the best possible purchase price for you.  It is no secret we are in a Seller’s market for home buying.  The result is properties selling very quickly, so quickly in fact that a home in our subdivision sold as an all-cash purchase within 48 hours of listing!

What to do??

First things first, Buyers, you need to know what you can afford!  Questions you must answer include…

  • “Do I have to sell my current house before I can make another purchase?”
  • “Will my debt-to-income ratio allow me to purchase my dream home?”
  • “How fast can I close this home buying purchase?”
  • “If I can’t buy now due to debt or credit issues, when can I buy?”
  • “If there are multiple bids on the house  I want, can I have confidence my bid will win?”

Experts!  Call in the Experts!

I ran the Roswell Office of Keller Williams for more than 14 years.  I personally know the best Agents, best Lenders, and top residential vendors to get your questions answered.  A phone call with me will put you on the best path to Buying Success!

Follow the links here in my blog to find the homes you want to tour, in the areas of your greatest interest, and call me to discuss.  My partners and I are the first and BEST step to take in this market’s often crazy buying process, and we will be delighted to direct you to the top professionals to make your home buying dreams come true!

My Best Always!

Denise

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2010 Tax Credit Countdown, The Details!

Are you under contract yet?

First time home buyer credit is $8,000! A first time homebuyer is defined as someone who has not had an interest in a principal residence for 3 years prior to purchase. A current homeowner may still qualify for a $6500 credit! That’s awesome! A current homeowner must have used the home sold as a principal residence consecutively for 5 of the previous 8 years. You must be under contract ( a binding agreement ) by April 30, 2010! That’s why I provided this handy dandy countdown ticker! The closing must happen by July 1, 2010! Ok… so… the income limits are $125,000 for a single person and $225,000 for a married couple. The limitation on the cost of the purchased home is $800,000. It cannot be purchased by a dependent. Oh, and the anti fraud rule says the purchaser must attach the documentation of purchase to the tax return. So, what are you waiting for?

Call us…. let’s start your home search 678.287.4802!