What is a “Freeze” letter, you ask? It’s very simple. A freeze letter is typically needed when there is an open revolving-line-of-credit recorded on a property that is getting ready for settlement. The letter will state, very clearly, that the line of credit is blocked from being used any longer. The title company who is… Continue reading May 17th, 2018 – A “Freeze” Letter Saves The Day! 🙂
Why yes……Yes, we do. We do in a couple of ways. #1 – I was recently taught about a very helpful app called, “Google Translate.” It’s free. It’s really cool….and it works! You simply talk into your phone and ‘Google Translate’ takes over after that. It translates your words into the language you have… Continue reading May 17th, 2018 – Habla Espanol?
If it’s a Wednesday night, 9 months out of 12, I’ll be in class, teaching at The South Jersey Real Estate Academy. Classes are currently being held in Woodstown at The Friends Home. In tonight’s Real Estate class, we studied the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (LAD): NJSA 10:5-12, whereby it is unlawful to subject… Continue reading Real Estate Activities – 5/11/2016 – A Night @ School
Top 5 Reasons Why NOW Is The Best Time To Become a REALTOR! 1) The market is improving. We’re hoping there is nowhere to go but UP! 2) The number of licensed REALTORS has gone down across the country. There will be less competition for you. 3) There are many, many avenues to market yourself… Continue reading Top 5 Reasons To Become A Realtor Now
It is a big decision to sell your home or property. Here’s a simple checklist for you to follow to make your decision a little easier. 1) Locate your deed, tax bill and survey 2) Locate and have handy all of the keys to your doors, shed, garage, etc 3) Declutter closets, basement, attic and garage; put… Continue reading 9 Steps To Listing Your Home For Sale
Served Foreclosure Papers? 5 Things You Should Do. My heart goes out to anyone who must suffer through the stress and embarrassment of being served a foreclosure complaint. I’m sure no one ever put this on their list of “Goals for the New Year”, but our economy is still very challenged and unfortunately, many Americans are… Continue reading What to do if you are served foreclosure papers
It’s easy to be drawn in by an enticing ad on ‘Craig’s List’, ‘Zillow’ or ‘Trulia’: “Adorable 2 bedroom apartment in the quiet community of Elsinboro, NJ offers a newer kitchen, freshly painted throughout , washer/dryer, bonus closet storage and balcony deck overlooking a cornfield. $785 per month, no pets” Yep, it sounds great……I bet you… Continue reading I Want To Rent — Where Should I Start?