Most Wanted Real Estate's Blog
As we discussed in the previous article, first impressions are extremely important. So you not only want to make sure your front entry and the outside of the home is looking good, but you also want to make sure that the front yard is appealing.
Many people think that home staging is too costly or that you need to be a professional interior decorator. No it's not and no you don't. You just need to do a little work.
Remember, you only get a first impression once. You have to make it good.
submitted by Jeff Boyer, Loan Officer, First Community Bank
This program is a great way to thank our veterans by getting them into their first homes with a lower than average interest rate. There are a few rules that have to be followed but most first time home buying veterans should qualify.
by Pam Grover, Marketing Director, First Montana Land Title Company
Title insurance guarantees that you are protected from financial loss due to undisclosed removal of rights or claims of ownership on the property prior to your purchase. As the term "insurance" implies you are compensated if later documents or claims surface that remove rights assumed or implied to be included in your title causing loss of value to you.
Did you purchase your home with the assistance of the FTHBC? If you are wondering what happens when you sell, here are some things that you need to know. The credit is an interest free loan, payable over a specified number of years. Depending on what year you purchased your home, depends on the amount due.
We were talking to a client the other day and he made a comment about his property increasing in value because of some things that will be done in the area. Unfortunately the things that are going to be done are things that potential buyers expect to be done. While he's definitely not the first one to think that or make that comment, he got us thinking that we should talk about the value of property versus saleability.