Its a leap year leap to home buying

Dated: 03/03/2012

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Sitting on the fence wondering if you should buy a home. Take the Leap of faith. With interest rates starting at 3.75% and up and the best inventory in years it would be ashame to let the opportunity slip by you.

First - Leap into getting pre-approved- through a reputable lender that will supply you with a copy of your tri-merge credit report.  Be sure to address any errors, problems, or discrepancies up front.

Second - Decide on your needs vs wants and develop your search criteria (bedrooms, baths, amenities, etc...). This may include creating a reasonable well thought out budget for your new home payment (PITI- principal, interest, taxes, and insurance) and try paying yourself that payment for a few months to see if you can handle it. Do not forget to budget for maintenance and unexpected repairs.

Third - CONTACT ME and lets go house shopping!!!!


Call me to buy a home in any Hampton Roads area: Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Newport News, Hampton, Williamsburg, and now serving York County and the Peninsula.                                     

"I can dream alone, build alone and strive alone, but true        

success always requires the help and support of others.

Please send me your referrals."

The Hampton Roads Real Estate Lady!         

Deandrea "Dee Dee" Jones                                                          

Associate Broker /Sales Manager Peninsula    

 [email protected]

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Alycia Jordan

Having lived in other cities, such as Cleveland and Idaho Falls, I only appreciate Hampton Roads that much more. Why? Because from almost anywhere in our area, a beach is only about a 20 minute dri....

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