You Can Stop Foreclosure In Its Tracks By Making One Phone Call

Posted by Brad Larsen // June 12, 2019


Did you know you can stop foreclosure almost immediately when you call your bank? Your banker doesn’t want to foreclose. In fact, the bank hates foreclosure almost as much as you. Your Bank Is In Business To Make Money Just like any other business, a bank is in business to make money. The way they […]

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Increase Your Home’s Value Before You Call Your Realtor

Posted by Brad Larsen // May 29, 2019


You can work as hard or as little as you’d like to increase your home’s value when you are getting ready to sell it. You can spend thousands of dollars and hours, if you are so inclined, but you can make a few simple improvements that will pay off big when you sell. If you’d […]

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Increase Your Home Value With These Easy Home Improvements

Posted by Donna Welbaum // May 15, 2019


You can increase your home value with simple solutions that won’t cost a fortune. Making the most of your home’s unique features can go a long way to making a lasting impression to the right buyer. The key to selling your home fast and for the price you want is to make it look like […]

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Unexpected Ways The Internet Has Changed The Way You Buy A House

Posted by Brad Larsen // May 8, 2019

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The internet and the way we use it has changed the way we buy a house. Not too many years ago, real estate agents were the gatekeepers to property information. If you wanted to jump into the real estate market, you had to start with an agent. Nowadays, finding a home and looking at its […]

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Apply For A Home Loan With Confidence When You Improve Your Credit Score

Posted by Brad Larsen // May 1, 2019


There’s good news on the horizon if you want to improve your credit score. Consumers will soon see a boost because FICO and Experian will soon include personal bank accounts and utility bills history in credit score calculations. Current credit scoring models depend mainly on how well consumers pay back debt. Credit cards, mortgages, and […]

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Owner Financing: How You Can Get Into Your Dream Home Now While You Work On Improving Your Credit Score

Posted by Brad Larsen // April 24, 2019


Owner financing goes by many names, but they all mean the same thing: Benefits for you! Most real estate transactions follow the same formula. A buyer must meet stringent qualifications before a lender will approve a mortgage. With owner financing, the property owner finances all or part of the mortgage. This option is helpful for […]

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Being Behind On Your Mortgage Is Not The End Of The World – You Always Have Options!

Posted by Brad Larsen // April 17, 2019


If you’re behind on your mortgage, you know it can be terrifying. Regardless the reasons you’ve fallen behind, you should know that you have options to keep your home. Under Oregon law, you can reinstate your loan at any time up to five days before the sale date of your home. This gives you time […]

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Smart Tips to Know When Buying A Home

Posted by Brad Larsen // April 10, 2019


After a year of ups and downs in 2018, this year is shaping up to be a great year for buying a home! Home sales rose in November and December last year, and it looks like that trend will continue this year. That could make 2019 a very good year for real estate. Consumer confidence […]

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Buy A House Today! Mortgage Rates Are On The Move, But Not In The Direction You Thought!

Posted by Brad Larsen // April 3, 2019


If you want to buy a house, it just got a little easier! Mortgage interest rates have dropped since January, when a 30-year loan was at 4.68%, to 3.75% for a 30-year FHA loan today. Experts expect rates to stay low and some are even predicting they could drop more. That’s great news this Spring! […]

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There’s Still Time To Save Your Home From Foreclosure

Posted by Brad Larsen // March 27, 2019


Are you asking yourself how to save your home from foreclosure? Many Americans are still facing financial difficulties. No matter how hopeless it may seem, you have options. You should always keep your lender informed if you’re having trouble making your monthly mortgage payment. Explain to the bank officer why you are having difficulty and […]

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