How Much is My Property Worth ?
ARE YOU LOOKING TO SELL NOW OR IN THE NEAR FUTURE ? IF SO, THE FIRST AND MOST IMORTANT FACTOR TO GET A GRASP OF BEFORE DECIDING TO PUT YOUR HOME ON THE REAL ESTATE MARKET IS, " WHAT WILL YOU NET FROM A SALE TODAY ?"
Where to get a general home value idea...
You can email us and we can send you a CMA report and get an approximate idea of what your home is worth based off of what the surrounding homes in your community have sold for.You can also see the latest homes that are currently for sale in yor specific community.
Why isn't this enough ?
In today's market there are dozens of other factors that affect both what your home will sell for today and how long it will take.
* HAVE YOU DONE ANY UPGRADES ?
* IS YOUR HOME IN BETTER CONDITION THAN THOSE AROUND YOU ?
* ARE YOUR MORTGAGE BALANCES CLOSE TO THE VALUE OF YOUR HOME ?
* HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO SELL YOUR HOME BASED ON COMPETING PROPERTIES ?
These are just a small sample of the type of questions you need to understand before getting an accurate home value estimation. We will provide you a complete and thorough analysis of what it would take to sell your home in your given time frame and tell you at what value.
Call or email me now for complimentary and confidential market analysis for your property.
Michael Ellis Hamalak
These are loans whose interest rate can vary during the loan's term. Adjustable Rate Mortgages are offered as a hybrid product with a fixed interest rate for a specified initial period of time and then can adjust after this fixed expiration date based on the current market conditions. Adjustable Rate Mortgages can be offered as a fully amortized product, where the principal and interest is being paid or as an interest only payment where only the interest is paid.
Interest rate fluctuations with this type of loavn are linked to an economic index, most commonly the 1-Year Treasury Security or the LIBOR. However, these loans provide adjustment caps that protect the borrower against any potential increases in their monthly payments. Although there are some inherent risks associated with this product, many experienced homeowners opt for this product because of the initial lower interest rate.