Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Just Listed!

4075 W. Scorpio Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84118

-.15 acres
-1,810 sq. ft
-4 Bedrooms
-2 Bathrooms
-Granite countertops
-Stainless Steel appliances
-New Carpet
-Wood burning stove
-2 Tone Paint

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Friday, September 24, 2010


7523 S. Park Maple Drive
West Jordan, UT 84081

(Price subject to 3rd party approval)

- 3,168 Sq. Feet
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Full Baths, 1 Half Bath
- Loft
- Formal Living Room
- Main Floor Family Room With Beautiful Rock Fireplace
- Knotty Alder Cabinets
- Corian Countertops
- Stainless Steel Appliances
- Laminate Hardwood Floors
- Main Floor Laundry Room
- Tile
- Wood & Wrought Iron Railings
- Large Master Suite
- Oversized Jetted Tub
- His & Her's Sinks
- Large Shower
- Walk-in Closet

This home shows just like a model!

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Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Insurance Rates to Rise on FHA Loans

FHA Gives Home Buyers One-Month Window

September 1, 2010--The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) is giving homeowners and buyers until October 4 to lock in a low monthly insurance premium, according to Gibran Nicholas, chairman of the CMPS Institute, an organization that trains and certifies mortgage bankers and brokers. “After October 4, the monthly insurance premiums on FHA loans will increase by over 63%.”
What does this mean for home buyers?
A home buyer purchasing a $200,000 home using a $193,000 FHA mortgage before October 4 would pay an insurance premium of $88.46 per month. If the same home buyer waits until after October 4, the insurance premium would jump to $148.01.

“In this example, the home buyer would lose $59.55 per month, or $7,146 over a 10-year timeframe,” Nicholas said. “Although the upfront mortgage insurance premium is going down after October 4, the real impact to the home buyer is actually a net increase in their out of pocket costs because the monthly premium is going up by 63%. Remember, sellers can pay the upfront premium or it can be financed into the loan amount, so homebuyers rarely pay the upfront premium out of pocket. On the other hand, the increase in the monthly premiums will be paid right out of the home buyer’s pocket with their mortgage payment each month.”

Ironically, home buyers who plan to be in the mortgage for less than three years and decide to pay the upfront fee themselves (instead of having the seller pay it for them), may actually save money by waiting until after October 4 to apply for an FHA loan.
“Home buyers with a short term time horizon may actually benefit from this change because the upfront premium will be reduced to 1% from 2.25%,” Nicholas said. This change will impact over 30% of the home buyers in today’s market who use FHA-insured financing. Home buyers considering an FHA loan should find and contact a CMPS professional in their area to discuss their options and what this means for their situation.

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