What Do You Do When The Board Of Review Says "NO!"? Here are a couple Pointers: In my experience the Board of Review almost shoots you down, but the appeal process at the State Tax Tribunal has a reasonable non-bias person there to look at your appeal - GO TO the Tax Tribunal! Don't be... Read More
Thinking your paying too much in property taxes? You might be! I look up a lot of property taxes and find that most homes are selling for less than what the local assessors are saying they are worth. Perfect example would be a home I bought for $25,000, the home was NOT a forclosure and... Read More
Buuuurrrrrrr! It's Cold outside! With all the cold weather + foreclosures = FROZEN PIPES! We have a program to finance all that work into the loan. Its called our 203k renovation loan. Not only can we finance in busted pipes, but all sorts of things from kitchen remodels, bathrooms, additions, finish basements, etc. . .... Read More
I wanted to wish all our past customers, Realtor & builder partners a very happy holiday season. I really appreciate your business and support this past year. I am looking forward to this ever changing market and another successful year in 2012. Check out the video staring Kalamazoo Mortgage Advisor Jeremy Drobeck and Loan Processor... Read More
The real estate market is constantly changing, leading to many challenges for buyers and sellers alike. Never has there been a greater opportunity to leverage innovative lending solutions to better serve your clients. As you know we think outside of the box. Yes we do lots of loans that fit in the box, but getting the deals done that don’t fit in the box can make all the difference in this market. During this class we will cover some more unique loan programs and ways to structure transactions to help get offers accepted in an unconventional world. This class is approved for 1 hour of continuing education thank you Devon Title for sponsoring the continuing education portion of this event!
Here is a list of some of the things we will cover during the event:Visit Jeremy's Blog