FREE HOME BUYING SEMINAR/WORKSHOP IN FRESNO

| Jason Burns

DATE: June 23, 2015 TIME: 6:00 p.m. PLACE: Sal’s Mexican Restaurant (Banquet Room) ADDRESS:  7476 N. Fresno St. LEARN ABOUT HOW TO PURCHASE YOUR FIRST …  OR FIFTH HOME Some of the items that will be covered are: Preparing for the Purchase Financing and Credit Home Buyer Programs Pre-Qualifying Purchasing Contingencies Title and Escrow And […]

DATE: June 23, 2015

TIME: 6:00 p.m.

PLACE: Sal’s Mexican Restaurant (Banquet Room)

ADDRESS:  7476 N. Fresno St.

LEARN ABOUT HOW TO PURCHASE YOUR FIRST …  OR FIFTH HOME

Some of the items that will be covered are:

  • Preparing for the Purchase
  • Financing and Credit
  • Home Buyer Programs
  • Pre-Qualifying
  • Purchasing
  • Contingencies
  • Title and Escrow
  • And More

RSVP with Me, Jason J. Burns at (559) 930-9989 phone or text, or email jasonjburns@yahoo.com.

Home Buyer Workshop-Seminar Flyer

 

 

Hi I’m Jason J. Burns, Contact Me If you plan to buy or sell

| Jason Burns

Imran Poladi came by last month and introduces me in a video. Give me a call for a free home selling or home buying consultation. I would love the opportunity to provide you real estate service. Jason J. Burns, Realty World Real Estate Professionals

Imran Poladi came by last month and introduces me in a video.

Give me a call for a free home selling or home buying consultation.

I would love the opportunity to provide you real estate service.

Jason J. Burns, Realty World Real Estate Professionals

HOME OWNERSHIP

| Jason Burns

ATTENTION FIRST TIME HOME BUYERS AND PEOPLE INTERESTED IN PURCHASING THEIR SECOND OR THIRD HOMES. THERE IS A HOME OWNERSHIP FAIR IN FRESNO DATE:  SEPTEMBER 20, 2014. TIME:  9:00 AM TO 4:00 PM LOCATION:  FRESNO CONVENTION CENTER, 848 M STREET, FRESNO CA 93721 SPONSORED BY:  CHASE  AND  GOLDEN 1 CREDIT UNION HOME LOANS PRESENTED BY: […]

ATTENTION FIRST TIME HOME BUYERS AND PEOPLE INTERESTED IN PURCHASING THEIR SECOND OR THIRD HOMES.

THERE IS A HOME OWNERSHIP FAIR IN FRESNO

DATE:  SEPTEMBER 20, 2014.

TIME:  9:00 AM TO 4:00 PM

LOCATION:  FRESNO CONVENTION CENTER, 848 M STREET, FRESNO CA 93721

SPONSORED BY:  CHASE  AND  GOLDEN 1 CREDIT UNION HOME LOANS

PRESENTED BY:  FRESNO ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS,  CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS,  AND WELLS FARGO HOME MORTGAGE

HOPE YOU MAKE IT THERE AND GET A CHANCE TO PRE-QUALIFY FOR YOUR NEXT HOME PURCHASE.

 

 

GET A FREE HOME MARKET EVALUATION

| Jason Burns

If you are thinking about putting your home on the market in the next few months, one of the first things you should know is what the estimated home value is.  If you have been waiting 2 or 3 years to sell, now is the time.  If you think you might break even before, you […]

If you are thinking about putting your home on the market in the next few months, one of the first things you should know is what the estimated home value is.  If you have been waiting 2 or 3 years to sell, now is the time.  If you think you might break even before, you may be surprised what you think your home value is today.  It is a very exciting time to know that you have equity when you sell your home.

TWO (2) items that you should have done to definitely be clear about your home value before you sell are:

(1) GET AN APPRAISAL.  An appraisal is a third party professional that will get a value on your home.  Usually a gets an appraisal done when they finance with a bank and are approved and qualified to purchase a home during escrow.  The price can range from $300 to $500 depending on the property.

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(2) GET A CERTIFIED HOME INSPECTION.  If you know what needs to be fixed ahead of time, you can get it fixed before you put it on the market.  The cost for a certified home inspection can be as low as $250 and as high as $500 depending on the size, condition, and location of the property.  The cost of the inspection is valuable and will help get your home a higher value.  The repairs you make before you put it on the market, will be less now than when a buyer submits a purchase agreement to escrow and schedule an inspection, then finds out that there are items in the house that needs to be repaired.  The buyer would prefer to have a contractor show proof of the repairs.  Who will pay for that?  During negotiations, should the seller lower the asking price or make repairs?  Now you have pressure to get the repairs done so it will close in time.  Or will you decrease the price for the buyer? Or will the buyer decide not to go through with the purchase…  You could eliminate a fallout in the escrow by you knowing what the buyer will know up front.

Wood Posts for wood fences

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Attention Homeowners:  Before you have a fence company start to estimate a new fence and gate, do this.  At least for a minimum, make sure to have them use wood that is treated (pressure treated) that will be embedded into the soil or into concrete. A wood fence (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Many wood fence built […]

Attention Homeowners:  Before you have a fence company start to estimate a new fence and gate, do this.  At least for a minimum, make sure to have them use wood that is treated (pressure treated) that will be embedded into the soil or into concrete.

A wood fence
A wood fence (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Many wood fence built in older homes have used standard wood that has not been treated to resist moisture and pest or insects.  When a home is built, pressure treated wood is used for the sill plate at the base of the wall, which sits directly on the concrete.  The same concept should be used outdoors for fence so the fence would last longer.

The minimum is to at least have all posts that are embedded into the soil or into the concrete to be pressure treated.  This will help keep the fence structure base and the rest of the fence hold up through rain, sprinklers, watering the lawn, or wood eating insects or pests. It is worth it to pay a little extra, at least for the posts, to keep your fence several more years.

Another thing, is that wood expands and contracts.  When it is hot it dries up and expands. If the wood wasn’t cured properly or it has so much moisture when installed, it could expand at the gate area.  Sometimes the gate will not close. The fence contractor should allow space for movement.