Last week’s video blog, from the Twin Bridges addition of East Edmond, is for the home buyers out there, about the reality of what’s going on in our market and how much time you really have to kick tires. Please feel free to voice your opinion on this topic in the comments below, and if […]
The Internal Revenue Service has clarified which documentation taxpayers need to submit to claim the first-time and move-up homebuyer tax credit. While the IRS is still requiring the filing of Form 5405, it is not demanding that all parties’ signatures be on the HUD-1 settlement document in areas where… Continue Reading…
Last week’s video blog was in my office in Edmond, OK about keeping it in perspective when making an offer on a home. You can see the statistics I referenced here, and feel free to voice your opinion on this topic in the comments below. Have a great day!!
Earlier this week, I did my video blog from a great new house for sale in the Brenton Hills addition of Southwest Edmond, about not acting quickly enough when buying a home. Feel free to agree or disagree in the comments below, and you can find out more about this and other beautiful homes for […]
Yesterday, I did my video blog from a very unique house for sale in the Fenwick addition of West Edmond, about whether or not you should hire a home inspector when buying a new home. Feel free to agree or disagree in the comments below, and you can find out more about this and other […]
Apparently, the government hasn’t been as quick about getting the home buyer tax credit refunds out as most of us have been expecting, so I’m posting this here to make everyone aware. When you file for your refunds, hoping for a quick turnaround is OK, but don’t make any major plans with that money until […]
In the age of the internet, there are all kinds of cool tools available to you, the consumer. It used to be that you had to go through an agent to get information on listings, but these days you can just jump on google and do a search. It’s a great way to find information; the only […]
So as a first time homeowner, I have been learning how much things really cost. When I bought my home just a couple of months ago, I had this grandiose plan to gut the kitchen and put in granite countertops and all new appliances. I also planned to eventually put in new windows throughout the […]
In yesterday’s video blog from Bricktown, I discussed a Business Week article I read about the timing of buying a home in this market, and the old mantra of ‘Now’s a great time to buy or sell a home.’ To voice your opinion on this topic, leave us a comment below.
I told you the other day that the Tax Credit extension and modification had passed Congress and was headed to President Obama’s desk for signature. Now I’m excited to post that IT’S OFFICIAL… Obama has signed the bill into law and it’s time to get moving if you plan to take advantage! Call or email […]