Peter of Fairway Mortgage shared a program that allows for a non rush 15 day closing. In this day and age of competition for nice homes, this helps bridge the gap for all cash offers.
I’m here with a foundation contractor who is kind enough to take the time to share a few signs that a house may have foundation problems.
“I first met Sandy several years ago when the realtor handling my condo short sale decided to retire, and passed me along to Sandy. I was uncomfortable with the idea of working with someone I didn’t know, especially on such an personal situation (losing my job and having to sell my first home).
I couldn’t have been in better hands. Sandy navigated the difficulties of a short sale professionally and reliably, and the outcome was positive. Over the years that followed, Sandy always stayed in contact and remained interested in my family and our activities. When it was time to start looking for a house again, Sandy was ready to devote time, thought and attention to our search for the perfect house.
He was prompt at answering calls and texts, and was always willing to work at odd hours when time was of the essence. We closed on our perfect family home last month, and are grateful to Sandy for his knowledge base, as well as his helpful personality, that made it possible for us to get everything we wanted. We highly recommend him to anyone looking for a real estate professional!”
About a 3 hour drive from Sammamish is a kept secret by those living in Eastern Washington.
Wide open spaces with the Yakima & Columbia Rivers meandering through, it’s an easy place to call home. Photo courtesy of Theresa Marty Clary
When talking ants, most people think of carpenter ants.
Here I’m with Jesse Longman of Inspections By Jesse to discuss his finding of moisture ants. If caught early, you can usually head off the problem by eliminating the thriving environment of moisture ants.
This information comes via Doug Pittman & Elizabeth Pedersen of Chicago Title. Filing Bankruptcy while being a homeowner can be confusing. Responsibilities are relieved for a fresh start but judgements remain connected to the property. A relief of judgement is possible but even that can be refused by the judge if he/she feels there is enough equity in the property to pay the judgement debtor.
We are talking about what it means when we have Fee Simple Title. In most cases, the estate or interest to be conveyed by the current owner to the buyer will be “Fee Simple.” The term “Fee Simple” has it’s origins in the English feudal system. The ownership rights of the tenant on the land during the feudal system were complex and in many cases conditional. At the end of the feudal system the fee (referring to the right of possession) added the term “simple” meaning there were no conditions attached to the right of possession of the owner or that the estate.
Here’s a testimony from John & Daniele Donatelli…”Sandy’s proactive marketing and outstanding communication resulted in such a positive experience that we are forever advocates of Sandy and his service…especially in a climate where many people we have met had a “not so positive” experience with their chosen real estate agent. When our home first became available, Sandy’s proactive marketing resulted in multiple offers. Unfortunately the chosen offer ended up not working out. We regrouped with Sandy re-initiating his marketing program which AGAIN resulted in multiple offers! We couldn’t be happier with the service from Sandy.”