Are you shopping for a Home? It may seem backwards to shop for a mortgage before you shop for the house, but there are several reasons for doing this. Shopping for a mortgage will also help if you can get “pre-approved” for the amount you’d like to borrow. This means the lender has looked over your credit and financial statement and agreed to lend you the money. Sellers like pre-approved buyers because there’s less risk the deal won’t go through. First, you’ll find out how much you can borrow, which has a lot to do with how much house you can buy.
Market conditions and mortgage programs change frequently, and I welcome the opportunity to serve your needs with quick and accurate real estate financing advice. I have the expertise and knowledge to help you determine the absolute best loan program to meet your objectives. Get my Top 25 Questions for FREE that you should be asking your lender before you choose them to secure a mortgage along with a FREE copy of The 8 Deadly mistakes to avoid when buying a Home. If you are already working with a lender, don’t be shy to give me call so I can price the same mortgage for you with less cost. What do you have to lose but your money?
My only job is ensuring that you make the right choice for you and your family as this is my ultimate goal. I am committed to providing you with mortgage services that exceed your expectations. As always, you may contact me anytime by phone, fax or email for personalized service and receive expert advice from a Bank Mortgage Banker who is responsible for the decisions on all mortgages coupled with over 17 years of experience in the industry. I look forward to working with you! And making your dreams a REALITY.
You do have the options to go my secure web site and fill out a short application and it will immediately be mail to me for processing and I will call you within the first 12 hours.
Great Plains National Bank
5068 W. Plano Parkway, Suit 215
Plano, Texas 75093
Phone: 469-347-3572| Fax: 469-791-9029
Hours 09:00 AM – 08:00 PM Mon-Fri & Sat 10:00 AM -07:00 PM CST
I got their number from a friend and called the asset manager about a home I was interested in because it was such a great home and I had a motivated client. My call was returned, but I was pretty embarrassed when I realized it was inappropriate. The asset manager gave me the number to their exclusive agent who called me as well. The moral of the story is that their agent is who you need to talk to. The asset manager does not make the decision and the agent will be the first to know when a house is going on the market.... more
"How difficult" depends on how much work is needed to bring the improvements up to code. For example, if the foundation is now a mess and a hazard as a result of the non-permitted work, the city may just announce it as "uninhabitable" and condemn the whole thing. Obviously, before you talk to the city, hire a good contractor who knows code or an independent code inspector to look things over. It can be as cheap as $3000 to re-route electrical or much much worse and the worst nightmare/money pit ever.... more