When it comes to the Fourth of July, there’s nothing more traditional to commemorate freedom than illuminating the sky with things that go boom. Why though? How did a document establishing the United States of America and independence from Great Britain lead to the spectacle that is fireworks? Continue reading
For many, buying a home is likely the largest expense they will ever make – any sort of financial relief could help to instill more confidence and get you into the home of your dreams. With this in mind, Amerifirst is now offering a buyer incentive program that allows you, the buyer, to receive $500
toward your closing costs.
The program, which is open to any buyer, is eligible with almost every loan we offer.* Continue reading
Want to retain more clients? Want to save more deals? Want to reward those people who have been loyal to you in the past? You can do all this AND be the HERO while doing it – all from the new $500 Amerifirst Closing Cash Grant. Continue reading
- Separate what you need from what you want
- Do your homework on what the market wants
- Budget, budget, budget!
Boost Your Home’s Value with a Little Investment
Nice big tax return this year? Lucky you! If you have a nice, strong savings account, you might want to think about putting some of that tax return into your home.
And no. We’re not talking about installing an in-ground swimming pool or adding a new air hockey table in the basement. Investing in your home is about putting money toward what you need, not what you want. Not everybody likes air hockey, but everybody loves a roof that doesn’t leak!
The first step is getting online and checking out some real estate websites to see what’s hot. Nowadays, smart homes are the hot topic. But unless you’re pulling in buckets of money, stick with these tried and true renovations to add value to your home. Continue reading
There’s an app for almost everything (still waiting on that virtual can opener), and that includes home shopping. Sure, it’s super convenient to research houses for sale in your target area. But, what do you do when you have a question? How do you schedule a showing? What about when you want to make an offer? Your knowledge gained from the internet can only take you so far. And so, if you’re planning to buy or sell a home without the help of a real estate agent, you’ll want to read this first.