Your 30 days of content
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PMI—An acronym for private mortgage insurance, which protects the lender against losses if you cannot repay your loan. Your lender may require it if your down payment is less than 20 percent.
As a part of our 30 day social media challenge we will:
- Launch your complete seller guide & personalized web page
- Create and personalize your content for Facebook & Instagram
- Post your content 3-5x per week
- Build your first Instagram & Facebook lead generation campaign for your seller guide
Knowing how prequalification differs from preapproval is also important. Let’s review that difference now.
A prequalification is an estimate of the amount of home loan you can get. It’s based on an informal evaluation of your income and other information.
A mortgage preapproval is an official document from a lender that tells you exactly how much loan money you can get based on your financial information, such as W-2s, bank statements and your credit score.
When you’re ready to buy, finding a real estate agent with experience to guide you through the process is key.
You want someone you trust and feel comfortable with, who can navigate through the process with your best interests in mind.
You can count on me to help you navigate through the competitive market!
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Have you been thinking about buying a home but don’t know where to begin?
Do you have questions about homeownership but are not quite ready to buy? If you’ve been unsure about your next steps, a buyer consultation with me will help you understand the purchase process, streamline your search and save you time and money.
You may be in the market to buy a house, know someone who recently purchased or are waiting for the right time to start looking. Staying current on the changes happening in your local market will help you choose the right time to make your move.
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Buying a home can be a very emotional process. Not allowing those emotions to get the best of you will help you avoid falling prey to several common home buyer mistakes.
Good marketing can bring higher prices in a seller’s market and it can mean the difference between “sold” or “expired” in a buyer’s market.
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Home buyer tip: Maintain Your Credit! Now is not the time to open a new line of credit, like a credit card or a personal loan. When you apply for mortgage preapproval, lenders will pull your credit report. They’ll do it again before you close on the house and its corresponding mortgage.
If they find that you’ve taken out another loan or line of credit, it could risk your final approval.
When you share content that encourages people to sign-up for your ebook, you get a a list of leads that know about you and have read your ebook! Sign-up for a free preview.
Who do you know looking to live in [insert city] area? This house has it all [insert features]
What more could you ask for?!