Jesus Trujillo's Blog Posts

Mortgage Rates Below 3% Now - If You Know Where To Look

One of the few silver linings for real estate in the middle of this devastating coronavirus pandemic has been record-low mortgage interest rates. And housing experts predict those ultralow rates

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Selling Your Home During A Pandemic

With the sudden change of landscape of a pandemic extremely present, the Real Estate world does not stop. Many sellers were waiting for the spring to list their home and find a buyer. It would seem

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The Probability of Home Prices Going Down

With the current uncertainty about the economy triggered by a potential trade war, some people are waiting to purchase their first home or move-up to their dream house because they think or hope

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Why Listing Your House In The Winter

 Many sellers believe spring is the best time to put their homes on the market because buyer demand traditionally increases at that time of year. What they don’t realize is if every

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62% of Home Buyers Are Mistaken About Down Payment

A large number of first time buyers believe they need 20% down payment to buy a home in today’s market" More than 6 in 10 (62%) Americans believe you must put at least 20% down in order to

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Mortgage Rates Rise, But There’s Still Hope

     "Mortgage rates continued their ping-ponging this week, inching up to 3.69%, according to Freddie Mac. That’s .12% higher than last week, but still 1.16% lower than this

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Who Owns the Home When Two Names are on the Mortgage?

When couples start a new journey as homeowners, questions can linger as to whose name (or names) should be listed on the mortgage and title. Many couples want a 50/50 split, indicating equal

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Long-Awaited FHA Condo Rule

"WASHINGTON (August 14, 2019) – The National Association of Realtors® today commended the Department of Housing and Urban Development for finalizing new Federal Housing Administration

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Are you ready for the big move?

"Working with professional movers doesn’t mean the homeowner can escape the entire process. Homeowners will still need to prep the house for the moving company before they arrive to pack them

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