Could this type of listing help first-time buyers in their search for the right home? Give this article a read to find out.
It’s a special moment when a buyer’s mom attends a closing and watches her baby boy – her pride and joy – collect the keys to his first home. That’s exactly what happened for first-time homebuyer, TJ, and his mom, Pattie. Those tears of joy were twofold – first that he was finally able to close on a home after a couple of mishaps with another lender, and secondly because this was the first of her five children to purchase a home. I feel blessed to have played a role in this, and I have to admit….I got a little choked up myself during their embrace. Special thank you to real estate broker, Mariah Egelston from Century 21 Roberts & Andrews, and attorney Dominick Dimaggio, for their excellent services.
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When my valued past client, Linda, contacted me to ask if I could help her purchase a home with her daughter, Kristen, and son-in-law, Mat, so that she could be close to them and her grandchildren I was thrilled for the opportunity to bring the whole family together! I was able to get them approved to buy their new home without selling Linda’s current home, and we got it done in about 30 days. Now all three generations can sit down for family dinner in their beautiful new home! Special Thank You to the “dream team” of real estate broker, Rebecca Sayad (pictured second-from-left), of Illinois Real Estate Partners, and attorney Bradley Sayad (pictured far-right), of Sayad Law Group, for their top-notch services!
When buying a home, you need to share some confidential financial information with specific parties. This article shares some great tips to keep that information safe.
Billy and Rebecca were discouraged when they found out their new home they were trying to be was located in a flood zone. However, after explaining to them that it would have no effect our ability to get their home financed as long as they can provide proof that they have obtained flood insurance, they contacted their homeowner’s insurance agent and proceeded with their purchase. And fortunately for them too, otherwise they would have missed out on buying their gorgeous “retreat” property you see behind them in this picture!