90 Howard St, Lapeer MI, 48446 / 2 Unit Multi-Family Home

90 Howard St, Lapeer MI, 48446 / 2 Unit Multi-Family Home

2 unit, multi-family home in Lapeer!  Each unit has 2 bedrooms and 1 bath, appliances, separate utilities.  Upper unit has updated kitchen and bath, lower unit has updated carpet, doors, kitchen and bath.  Both units recently painted, new roof in 2017, vinyl siding, insulation, windows, hot water tanks and lower unit furnace.  Do the math, nice monthly profit on this unit…

Features:

multi-family2 units
2 bedrooms and 1 bath per unit
60 x 154 lot
1,521 square footage
Lapeer schools
Basement
Separate utilities
Paved road

For more complete information on 90 Howard St, Lapeer MI, 48446 contact Donald Horne at teamsuccesslisting@gmail.com or click here: http://90howardst.listingseller.com/

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Why Do Americans Consider Moving To Another State?

Why Do Americans Consider Moving to Another State? 

Why Americans Consider Moving to Another State? [INFOGRAPHIC] | MyKCM

Some Highlights:

  • In a recent Harris Poll, Americans listed “change in climate/weather” as their top reason for wanting to relocate.
  • 41% would move for a “better job opportunity.”
  • Being closer to loved ones filled out 3 of the top 6 reasons why Americans move.

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Thinking About Buying A Home? Free eGuide For Buyers.

Thinking About Buying A Home? Free eGuide For Buyers.

The process of buying a home can be overwhelming at times, but you don’t need to go through it alone.

You may be wondering if now is a good time to buy a home…or if interest rates are projected to rise or fall. The free 22 page eGuide below will answer many of your questions and likely bring up a few things you didn’t even know you should consider when buying a home.

Check it out, and feel free to get in touch if you have any questions.

Buyer Guide Spring 2017

Oxford MI, Homes Sold and For Sale Report For April 2017

Oxford MI, Homes Sold and For Sale Report For April 2017

May 12, 2017

Oxford (48371) had 35 homes sold at an average sale price of $270,000.00 that’s up 14.5% from last year at this time. Days on market continue to decrease, 29 days on average. Total new listings were at 54 properties.

This Market Has Affected Your Home’s Value!

We invite you to find out the new value of your home for free now at:

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You can also see new homes for sale near you and get much more information here:

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We hope you find this helpful and, as always, if you are considering selling your home we would love to meet with you soon to show you what comparable properties have recently sold for, give you an estimate of your home’s current market value and review with you our marketing program.

homesBest Wishes,

Donald Horne, Broker / Owner
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948 Lincoln St, Lapeer MI, 48446 / 3 Bedroom 1 Bath Ranch Home

948 Lincoln St, Lapeer MI, 48446 / 3 Bedroom 1 Bath Ranch Home

Remarks

Don’t miss the opportunity to own this sharp 3 bedroom ranch on a corner lot (90 x 176)!  Open floor plan, Pergo floors in kitchen and dining area, appliances stay (newer dishwasher) and freshly painted.  Great front porch and rear deck to relax and enjoy, fenced yard, attached garage, shed, home is in “move-in-condition”.  Close to schools, shopping, entertainment and city activities.

Features

  • built in 1996
  • lot size 90 x 176
  • school district Lapeer
  • crawl space
  • attached garage
  • shed
  • ranch style home
  • corner lot
  • covered porch, deck
  • fenced yard
  • appliances

For more complete information on this home in Lapeer, contact Donald Horne or Shirley Grindle at teamsuccesslisting@gmail.com or CLICK here.

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Lake Orion MI, Homes Sold and For Sale Report For April 2017

Homes Sold and For Sale Report For April 2017.

May 5, 2017

Lake Orion (48359,48360,48362) had 76 homes sold at an average sale price of $287,000.00 that’s up 3.8% from last year at this time. Days on market continue to decrease, 19 days on average. Total new listings were at 99 properties.

This Market Has Affected Your Home’s Value!

We invite you to find out the new value of your home for free now at:

TeamSuccessListing.FreeHomeValues.net
homes

 

 

 

You can also see new homes for sale near you and get much more information here:

TeamSuccessListing.net 
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We hope you find this helpful and, as always, if you are considering selling your home we would love to meet with you soon to show you what comparable properties have recently sold for, give you an estimate of your home’s current market value and review with you our marketing program.

homesBest Wishes,

Donald Horne, Broker / Owner
Team Success Listing LLC
teamsuccesslisting@gmail.com
810-338-0628

Are You Down Payment Literate?

Are You Down Payment Literate?

One of the biggest financial decisions you’ll make in your life is buying a home. It’s a top goal for the majority of millennials. More than nine of out 10 renters ages 25 to 34 aspire to own a house, according to Fannie Mae’s National Housing Survey. But, renters said they view saving for a down payment as the top barrier to home ownership.

However, the larger problem may be that many aspirational homebuyers are actually down payment illiterate. What do we mean by that? It means you aren’t sure of the down payment requirement or options when buying a home. For example, do you think 20 percent down is required? You’re not alone—39 percent of non-homeowners think they need more than 20 percent down for a home purchase.

One home buyer recently told us that he planned to cash out his 401k to come up with his down payment. Both are misunderstandings about down payments and could set you back from your longer term goals.

Home buyer education is another critical step. Most education is required if you use a down payment program. But, it’s a resource that can benefit all types of buyers. In a recent Down Payment Resource survey of future home buyers, 72 percent of the respondents said they plan to complete an online or in-person home buyer education course.

You’ll walk away understanding the complete home buying process, how to budget and common pitfalls to avoid. Today, you’ll find both in person (classroom setting) or online options to choose from.

Know Your Options.

paymentTo be down payment literate, means you know you have options. What down payment is best for you depends on many factors. While 20 percent down isn’t required, it could be the better option for you, or maybe not. If takes you 5 more years to save for the 20 percent down, all while your rent increases, then it may be advantageous to buy sooner and use a low down payment loan. Plus, you may qualify for a program that can help with your down payment and/or closing costs. In our survey of future and recent buyers, more than 90 percent said they wanted information on programs from their agent or lender.

Most home buyers don’t know there are more than 2,400 different programs available across the country. A national survey by NeighborWorks America found that 71 percent of Americans are not aware of or unsure about the down payment assistance open to middle class home buyers. Home buyer programs can be used with both low down payment and conventional loans.

Before you cash out your 401k or other retirement investments for a down payment, put on the breaks and consult with your lender, financial adviser or nonprofit that offers loan counseling. There are often more options for your down payment that won’t deplete your retirement savings.

While your home purchase can also be a long-term wealth builder, it’s first and foremost your home and your community. It’s important to diversity your investments. So, keep your 401k and let it continue to grow. Find out if you may qualify for a home buyer program that could help fund your down payment.  There are also tax credit programs that can help you save over the life of the loan.

Financial Literacy Resources To Help.

Your student loans and degree may still not have have prepared you for managing your finances. The good news is there are many resources to help solve that problem.

Here are few to try during Financial Literacy Month:

  •  Neighborworks America, a network of community development and housing counseling counselors. Find one in your area.
  • eHomeAmerica, provides online certified home buyer education and counseling for home buyers and homeowners
  • Down Payment Resource, searchable database of 2,400 programs that can help home buyers save on down payment and closing costs.
  • MyMoney.Gov, provided by the Federal Financial Literacy and Education Commission of more than 20 Federal entities that are coordinating and collaborating to strengthen financial capability and increase access to financial services for all Americans.
  • AnnualCreditReport.com, provides a free credit Report to decipher where you stand, initially, with your credit profile position before preceding to the Bank for pre -approval on a loan.
  • CreditSmart, Freddie Mac’s signature programs of 12 modules and a curriculum designed to help consumers understand, build and maintain better credit.
  • HOME, Fannie Mae’s app for home buyers, provides step-by-step information on the home buying process.
  • Think Glink, articles, tips and resources on a wide range of personal finance, home buying and consumer topics.
  • NerdWallet, consumer content on banking, investments, mortgages and more designed to provide clarity for all of life’s financial decisions.
    References: Workforce Resource LLC

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Big Issues For Today’s Buyers

Big Issues For Today’s Buyers.

We know the big issues for today’s buyers: lack of starter home inventory, rising interest rates, student loan debt and the hurdle of saving for a down payment. According to the Housing Aspiration Report saving for a down payment was a barrier for 70 percent of renters, topping other hurdles such as job security and qualifying for a mortgage. In a new Down Payment Resource survey of future home buyers, 85 percent said they were looking to buy a home in the next six months, but 63 percent did not have money saved for a down payment…

Down Payment Resource Center.

Is the down payment your only obstacle between you and having your own home?

Although most potential homeowners aren’t aware, there are hundreds of home ownership programs available to home buyers across the country. In fact, just within this area, there are many different programs to assist home buyers just like you in their path to home ownership!

We invite you to see which programs you may be eligible for by searching through the homes currently for sale in this area. In seconds, the free Down Payment Resource tool will identify the number of local programs you may qualify for, and if you’d like, you can request for us to contact you with more information about the home or the assistance programs available!

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The Fairways Of Lapeer Condos, Golf Community, Lapeer MI.

The Fairways Of Lapeer Condos, Golf Community, Lapeer MI.

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The Fairways of Lapeer Condos are made up of fifty-seven detached single family site condos. All condos have attached two car garages, full basement, city water and sewers. Two and three bedroom models, one and one an a half story models with twelve hundred to around fifteen hundred square feet, year built runs from 1996 to 2000.

Streets and sidewalks paved, association fee of $120 covers landscaping, lawn care, concrete repair, snow and garbage removal. Close to downtown Lapeer, yet far enough from the main hustle and bustle.

Rolling Hills Golf Club

Current Condos For Sale.

As of today (05/13/2017) no condos available for sale…

Average sale price this year (2017) $152,000.00 for 1 sale.

If you have any questions or would like to schedule a private showing on any of these condos, please contact us by phone, text or email below.

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If you are wondering what your home might sell for in today’s real estate market, use our instant home value calculator below, it’s fast, easy and painless!

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Walking Trails Overtaking Golf Communities

Walking Trails Overtaking Golf Communities.

A golf course is no longer the showpiece of a master-planned community. Instead, buyers are showing a greater preference to live near extensive trail networks and shared gardens. Developers are responding with new developments that are pushing out golf courses in favor of other outdoor areas that foster a sense of community.

“What we’re seeing is this trend toward helping people interact with each other and helping them interact in natural environments,” says Ken Perlman, a principal at John Burns Real Estate Consulting in San Diego. “There is a real desire to be outside, to have their space, and to get their breath of fresh air.”

In response, developers are adding in more walking trails in a community. But the trails can’t just be in a straight line, they say.

But, if you still prefer to live in a golf community

“When you talk about trails, they should be meandering,” says Dean Naef, president of Rise Communities, based in Katy, Texas. “No one wants to be on a linear trail where they can see what’s coming. We want curvilinear where the landscape changes. We like to create monuments along the way, respites to work out on, or take a rest to enjoy art.”

trails The New Home Company’s upcoming Russell Ranch community in Folsom, Calif., is adding mountain biking and hiking trails that rise and fall with the topography. A community known as Daybreak, outside of Salt Lake City, will use its mountain backdrop to have a looping walking trail and a separate bicycle lane for riders. The community also features public gardens, kayaking, and 30 miles of trails.

Jessica Lautz, managing director of survey research at the National Association of REALTORS®, says that millennials are a big driver behind the trend of more nature incorporated into developments. More millennials rate living near parks and recreation facilities more important than do older generations.
References: Realtor Magazine, Construction Dive

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