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When you work with JoMark Group, you get the benefit of having a team comprised of 10+ team members consisting of a listing manager, transaction coordinator, showing coordinator, buyer/investor specialist, dedicated marketing agents all working together to achieve your goals. Too many realtors try doing all these roles on their own, but no one person can excel at doing all of these things, thus the benefit of working with a team where each person has a dedicated job that they excel at and focus on 100% of the time. This type of client focus and dedication has allowed Keller Williams to be proudly serving the valley for over 20+ years.

It might sound a little bittersweet, but former homeowners are now authorized to purchase the properties they lost to foreclosure at fair market value, instead of having to pay back the entire amount owed on the old mortgage. This new rule applies to real estate owned (REO) properties held by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. [&hellip
I came across a promotion today from a home builder out in Arizona. The press release mentions that the company is offering the “largest incentive for new homebuyers in its history.” The details are as follows: Simply purchase a new home in X development before Christmas (yes, it’s your special gift from Santa) and the [&hellip
Though it may soon become easier to purchase a home with less money down, assuming 3% mortgages return as Mel Watt has promised, extracting existing home equity could become more difficult. Yesterday, mortgage financier Fannie Mae released new guidelines related to cash-out refinances that limit how much equity a borrower can actually tap into. For [&hellip
Ever since Mel Watt hinted at the return of 3% down mortgages, there’s been a lot of worry that we could be headed down another dark path. After all, it was a lack of skin in the game that caused all the carnage during the most recent housing crisis, right? Well, maybe not. An analysis [&hellip
If you’re a webmaster, a blogger, or just happen to own a domain name or two, you might be confused as to why there are so many new TLDs (top-level domains) these days. Back when, there were three main TLDs, including .com, .net, and .org. They were all pretty straightforward, though .net seems to have [&hellip
The latest survey from the National Association of Realtors revealed some troubling news in the housing market. The share of first-time home buyers reached its lowest point in nearly 30 years, per the 2014 National Association of Realtors® Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers. The average, dating back to 1981, shows that roughly four of [&hellip
I came across an interesting study that explores real estate and mortgage preferences based on personality type (thanks WSJ). Whether you realize it or not, your temperament determines whether you’re more likely to rent or buy a home, what type of mortgage you’ll take out, and how much you might put down on a home. [&hellip
If you’ve ever taken out an FHA loan, you may be eligible for a refund on that costly upfront mortgage insurance premium. Sure, the FHA is struggling at the moment and no longer so liberal about doling out refunds on newly originated loans, but they’ve still got over $400 million in their coffers from uncollected [&hellip
In the technology world, and more specifically, the venture capitalist world, the word “disrupt” gets thrown around an awful lot. Too much really. There’s even a Disrupt conference. Every new business these days seeking millions of dollars in funding has grand plans to disrupt the status quo. Of course, many great (and silly) ideas never [&hellip
After what seemed like a dismal few weeks, some good news is finally streaming back into the mortgage world. First off, mortgage rates are super low again, with the 30-year fixed pricing below 4% at some lenders. It sounds like a broken record but I doubt anyone is complaining. And because interest rates have returned [&hellip
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