What TRID changes is how the loan and all costs associated with it, are disclosed, how the lender complies with those new rules, and the timeline for final delivery of the loan details to the buyer. This timeline can be fluid, creating difficulty with moving dates, same-day closings, and other logistic problems, and that’s why Realtors and lenders are advising building in extra time for closing.
In a continuing look at the process of buying a home, today we are looking at how to find a neighborhood in which you want to live. This is important. You buy a home, but your neighbors come with it. You want to feel Find Your Perfect Neighborhoodcomfortable, safe, and part of the greater community. I would like to offer a few tips you can use to really get an idea of what is going on in any neighborhood.
The home buying process is a little different for each home and each buyer, but in general there are 10 Steps most real estate transactions go through from the very beginning of the process to the closing. Let’s take a look at the 1st Step in some detail. Step 1- Find a Realtor You Can Trust First […]
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Huber Center at the corner of Brandt Pike and Chambersburg Rd in Huber Heights Ohio is going to smell so good this weekend! July 25 & 26, 2015, it’s the 1st Annual Ribfest with professional grillmasters offering up pulled pork, chicken, ribs, brisket, and an amateur competition as well. This is a family-friendly event with […]
There is growing expectation from consumers that they want to work with businesses that reflect the same values that they hold dear. I’m certainly that way and I think my clients have a strong sense of values as well. Because of that, I recently joined REBSEA, the Real Estate & Business Social Enterprise Association.