Posts Tagged ‘first time buyer’

  • Will & Chelsea, “3rd Time Working w/ The GHG & They Always Blow It Out Of The Park!” | Testimonial

    Will & Chelsea, “3rd Time Working w/ The GHG & They Always Blow It Out Of The Park!” | Testimonial http://www.TheGreenHouseGroupInc.com And THATS what we love to do: meet great people, and help co-create great things, and leave them better than how we found them. If you are wondering whether now is the right time to own a home of your own, and want to make sure that you get the right team to help you get there, perhaps this sounds like something you might want to talk to us about. If so, feel comfortable contacting us at 858-863-0261. This was done with the help of Jesse Ibanez, Craig Sutliff as REALTORS, all from The GreenHouse Group in San Diego,

  • Foreclosures & “Squatters” #AskJesseHow Show | Home Buyer & Home Seller FAQ’s | Episode 8

    Dec 12, 16 • Boney • #AskJesseHow ShowNo CommentsRead More »

    #AskJesseHow Show | Home Buyer & Home Seller FAQ’s | Episode 8 http://www.TheGreenHouseGroupInc.com/AskJesseHowShow This episode we talk about Foreclosures back in SD County? What happens if you come across one as a buyer? Do you approach it the same way? And, what happens if the seller or tenant “squats” in the property and wont leave once you’ve bought it? Gang, Need your help here. First off, I’m looking for some feedback to see how I can make this series work best for you. Suggestions, format, etc. Thank you in advance for that. Secondly, I’m looking for some questions for our next show. I’d prefer they come from you, our immediate crew, versus “the internets.” Use this post, use twitter, use facebook, use instagram … which ever platform works best for you, by simply using the hashtags #FTHB (for first time home buyer) or #FTHS (for first time home seller) #FAQ’s (for frequently asked questions). Others that will work: #homebuyers #homesellers Looking forward to this being a cool tool for both of us: you to get some good questions answered and our opportunity to swim a little further upstream and meet you where youre at

  • $100 = $20,000

    A recent study by the personal finance website SmartAsset shows that having a roommate in San Diego will save a renter $6,768 a year or $564 a month.  While that certainly makes financial sense for renters what many prospective home buyers may not realize is that $564 in monthly rent could be paid to them as a future home owner.  This will dramatically boost their purchase power because with rates so low right now $100 = $20,000 in purchase price. Let me explain. Let’s say your budget shows you homes for sale in the $350,000-$400,000 range.  Knowing that you could rent out a room for $564/mo means you could look at buying a home in the $450,000 – $500,000 range.  I’m guessing that increase would really open up a lot of properties that weren’t previously available to you.  And this is a very conservative estimate for roommate rent given that the average rent for two people is $1,743 here in San Diego.  I know from personal experience that you could rent out a room for much more per month.   To find out exactly how much your purchase power would increase given a rental income boost click this link:  I Want To Know What My Purchase Power Is.   By David Hughson Mortgage Planner – Rental Income Expert 858-863-0264  

  • FHA for First Timers Only?!

    Sep 12, 16 • Fat Ashton • FHA Loans1 CommentRead More »

    FHA for First Timers Only?! Think FHA is for first time home buyers only? Think again. FHA is a great loan option for people with low down payment, recent major derogatory events, and those who are just looking to stretch their purchase power a little higher. For more information on FHA loan, or to see if FHA is a good option for you, email me at Scott@GreenMeansGrow.com or downloand my app at https://svanvugt.mortgagemapp.com/#

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  • Is This Your Best Chance Yet To Buy A Home?

    For most first time home buyers the biggest challenge they face is coming up with the funds needed for down payment. This leaves few financing options that can mean many wait on the sidelines until the money needed is saved.  Here in San Diego county that can mean the difference between home ownership and being a life long renter.  With increasing enhancements to home loan guidelines being rolled out there usually won’t make a big difference but when several of these improvements are combined it can be a big boost to a person’s purchase power and dream of home ownership. Recently, Freddie Mac made some reductions to their Home Possible MI factors at 97% loan-to-value.  The table to the left outlines the advantages of the Home Possible program over the Home Ready program.  Combined with their updated income limits higher cost areas like San Diego County are now more accessible to those in need of a low down payment and lower monthly payment option.  This could be a great alternative to FHA financing because it could offer a better long term loan option.  Is this your best chance yet to buy a home?  To find out click that link in the previous sentence and let’s find out.  With the right mortgage plan you’ll know when your dream of home ownership will be a reality.   By David Hughson Mortgage Planner

  • #AskJesseHow Show | Home Buyer & Home Seller FAQ’s | Episode 5

    #AskJesseHow Show | Home Buyer & Home Seller FAQ’s | Episode 5 http://www.TheGreenHouseGroupInc.com/FAQ This episode we talk about How to navigate a sell then buy transaction? How is my home going to be marketed when I list it (BONUS: the best question to ask during the interviews of different agents)? How do I successfully negotiate my first time home buyer purchase? ********** Gang, Need your help here. First off, I’m looking for some feedback to see how I can make this series work best for you. Suggestions, format, etc. Thank you in advance for that. Secondly, I’m looking for some questions for our next show. I’d prefer they come from you, our immediate crew, versus “the internets.” Use this post, use twitter, use facebook, use instagram … which ever platform works best for you, by simply using the hashtags #FTHB (for first time home buyer) or #FTHS (for first time home seller) #FAQ’s (for frequently asked questions). Others that will work: #homebuyers #homesellers Looking forward to this being a cool tool for both of us: you to get some good questions answered and our opportunity to swim a little further upstream and meet you where youre at

  • Spanish Revival For Sale in Golden Hill

    A beautiful Spanish home built in the 1920’s is currently for sale in the Golden Hill neighborhood, just east of Downtown San Diego. This featured home has 3 bedrooms (plus an optional detached bedroom,) 2 bathrooms; a formal dining room, laundry room and plenty of outdoor space in the back for entertaining. The historical charm of the home is apparent throughout and when you step out your front door the options are endless. Turn right for a quick trip to Starbucks, or the Saturday Golden Hill Farmer’s Market. Turn left, and hit the Golden Hill Park, local coffee shop Krakatoa, San Diego relic, Turf Club, or hip cocktail spot, Counterpoint. And if getting into the fun of the Gaslamp District, your an Uber ride away that will only cost you a couple of dollars. To find out more on this charming home for sale, or to learn more about the sought after neighborhood of Golden Hill, contact me at: Carmen@GreenMeansGrow.com. –Carmen Harris, Real Estate Consultant

  • “How To Utilize The Contract To Affect Timing? How Does Your Agent Communicate? How Do I Price My Home?” #AskJesseHow Show | Episode 2

    #AskJesseHow Show | Home Buyer & Home Seller FAQ’s | Episode 2 http://www.TheGreenHouseGroupInc.com/FAQ This episode we talk about “How To Utilize The Contract To Affect Timing? How Does Your Agent Communicate? How Do I Price My Home?” Gang, Need your help here. First off, I’m looking for some feedback to see how I can make this series work best for you. Suggestions, format, etc. Thank you in advance for that. Secondly, I’m looking for some questions for our next show. I’d prefer they come from you, our immediate crew, versus “the internets.” Use this post, use twitter, use facebook, use instagram … which ever platform works best for you, by simply using the hashtags #FTHB (for first time home buyer) or #FTHS (for first time home seller) #FAQ’s (for frequently asked questions). Others that will work: #homebuyers #homesellers Looking forward to this being a cool tool for both of us: you to get some good questions answered and our opportunity to swim a little further upstream and meet you where youre at. On Your Team, Jesse

  • “Home Inspections, Closing Costs & Fed Interest Rates?” #AskJesseHow Show | Episode 3

    #AskJesseHow Show | Home Buyer & Home Seller FAQ’s | Episode 3 http://www.TheGreenHouseGroupInc.com/FAQ This episode we talk about Home Inspections / Closing Costs / Fed Rates and my mortgage rates? Gang, Need your help here. First off, I’m looking for some feedback to see how I can make this series work best for you. Suggestions, format, etc. Thank you in advance for that. Secondly, I’m looking for some questions for our next show. I’d prefer they come from you, our immediate crew, versus “the internets.” Use this post, use twitter, use facebook, use instagram … which ever platform works best for you, by simply using the hashtags #FTHB (for first time home buyer) or #FTHS (for first time home seller) #FAQ’s (for frequently asked questions). Others that will work: #homebuyers #homesellers Looking forward to this being a cool tool for both of us: you to get some good questions answered and our opportunity to swim a little further upstream and meet you where youre at

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