Every home buyers scenario is different. When first meeting with a buyer we take a deep dive into there personal financial information. The personal financial information is going to determine our limits for the different loan programs. However, there is much more to it. When we meet we also go over their wants, dreams, and future goals. Here are just a handful of questions that then help to determine the loan program.
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good, a GREAT loan officer isn’t going to just take an order. They will sit down and consult with a new borrower. A GREAT Realtor will do the same. At this event we are going to cover all the different loan programs and the major points to each program. We want to give you some of the tools and knowledge to help you be a GREAT agent!
Here is a list of loan programs we will discuses. When we go over these programs we will be talking general qualifications, down payment requirements, credit scores, program restrictions, and ways we use each program to solve problems and jump thru hoops.
A key element in becoming a high preforming agent is education and training. We want to help you in your journey so we are offering both a live event and zoom webinar for each of our lunch and learns this year. If you need help with anything between now and our next event don’t hesitate to reach out. Can wait to see you there!
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Date: May 17th
Time: 12:00 – 1:30
Location: 5830 Venture Park Dr. Kalamazoo, MI 49009
Limited Seating. RSVP required. Lunch will be provided. Reserve your spot today!
Date: May 18th
Time: 10:30 – 12:00
Buying a home is an exhilarating yet intricate process. For many, the dream of homeownership can seem daunting due to financial constraints. However, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) offers various financing options designed to assist individuals in purchasing HUD-owned homes, making the dream of owning a home more achievable. It is important to have a lender that is up to the challenge of navigating HUD home financing.
These properties are foreclosed homes. The previous owner had taken out an FHA mortgage and didn’t make the payments. Subsequently, these homes were foreclosed on. Often, these homes require repairs, and the utilities can’t be turned on. Frankly, HUD (the seller) doesn’t care – the properties are sold as-is, and HUD will not make any repairs to the home. That’s where things can get hairy if the lender is not equipped to navigate the process.