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During each Real Estate transaction, different companies have to work together. Banks, Apraisals, Inspectors, Title Companies to name a few. And the synergy of all these companies working as a team makes aa transaction smooth and perfect. That is why BLUE ONE Realty in the following companies.
We were renting an apartment for about five years and for business purposes had to move to another city. An agent at BLUE ONE Realty was of so much help for us. Thanks so much for his unconditional help and professionalism! Real Estate Company testimonial by Patti and Jeff Morgan
Well, I must confess that I had serious doubts about Brokers because I was recovering myself from a bad experience. So I was so cautious at first. However, I admit that working with BLUE ONE Realty all that trouble is now in the past. The agent that was assigned for me really helped me in selling my weekend home. I appreciate his ability to solve any inconveniencies efficiently. Real Estate Company testimonial by Norma Neil
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You have decided to buy a home in South Florida, but you are afraid about not having enough money to make the Real Estate transaction. Relax, you don't always need 20 percent of the home value for the down payment. If you are determined to buy a home, let's say a home that is priced $280,000, the down payment could be only 5 percent of it. That would be $14,000. This means that you should save about $1,200 or so every month in one year, unless you have already started the saving process a year ago... - Saving money to buy a home in South Florida
The home you want to buy in South Florida: The "wants & needs" list. You have dreamed about buying a home in South Florida for years and you feel this is the right time to buy the home of your dreams. BLUE ONE Realty wants you to succeed in your Real Estate transaction and encourages you to take a look at the home buying process section where you can find relevant and helpful tips. However, and to make it easier for you, Broker/Owner of BLUE ONE Realty Natalia Arias posts below a very useful list of the "wants & needs"... - The home you want to buy in South Florida: The wants & needs list
When making a Real Estate transaction, there is always the same and old question: who is going to pay for what here? Many Real Estate Agents agree in that the seller pays the Real Estate commission, while some other say that the buyer is the one who pays for the commissions. Anyway, it all depends on how the sales contract has been made. - Florida Real Estate Articles - Real Estate Commissions: Who pays for what, the buyer or the seller?
When selling a home in Miami Florida you must price your home properly and for that you need the assistance of a Real Estate Agent. Your Real Estate Agent will review your home and before suggesting any pricing, he or she will look deeply into some improvements your home may need in order to get a better value on the house. - Florida Real Estate Articles - Pricing your home for sale: Ask your Real Estate Agent before pricing your home for sale
If an institution or foundation are giving somebody the loan of a certain amount of money and creating more loans by itself, they are called portfolio lenders. These institutions, organizations or foundations are frequently banks, savings & loans. A piece of their loan programs are portfolio results. Fixed rate loans or government loans are definitely engaging in mortgage banking and portfolio lending. If you made payments on a portfolio loan for over a year or two without any delaying, the loan will be considered as seasoned and becomes marketable... - Mortgage Articles - Mortgage Lenders: Portfolio Lenders
When buying a home as well a when applying for a mortgage loan, you need to get your credit report done the right way since it is going to be requested by the mortgage lender. It is commonly seen that every item on your credit report may have something wrong, even if only insignificant... - Mortgage Articles - Getting your credit report done the right way