Buy A Home This Winter

Spring has historically been a very busy time in the housing market. Once the weather starts warming up, more homes pop up on the market and buyers come out in

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How the Economy Affects Your Mortgage Interest Rate

One of the most common questions we get asked is what factors into the mortgage interest rate we present clients. There are quite a few factors, some in the client’s

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Omaha-Council Bluffs Regions Named Top in the Country for Millennials

A recently released study from RealtyHop reports that 16 of the top 20 metro areas for millennials are in the Midwest. And it came as no surprise to us that

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Be Wary Of FHA Loan Home Offers

Any seller is elated to receive multiple offers on their home. But did you know there is often more to consider than just the price? We know what you’re thinking,

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Refinancing During Divorce

The best option for handling your mortgage during a divorce depends on many factors including the loan itself and whether you or your spouse plan to live in your marital

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Stop Porch Pirates in Their Tracks

Lately I’ve been hearing a lot about neighborhood theft -lawnmowers, packages, and even pets. I have a few recommendations to help keep your items and family safe from porch pirates.

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Talk of Potential Landlord Registry Ordinance in Omaha

As you may have very recently read, an apartment complex owner in North Omaha has made the news for receiving more than 1,000 code violations for unsafe and unsanitary conditions,

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Pending Home Sales Dip

Like those of the cheese and spinach variety, this “dip” is good! The slow, recent decrease in pending home sales means the market will be shifting from a seller’s market

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Money Needed To Buy A Home

When we speak with first-time home buyers, we’re often met with surprise when outlining the amount of money needed to buy. Many clients come to us knowing about the down

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Home Ownership After Divorce

Deciding whether or not to purchase a home after a divorce is a tricky decision for most. We’ve found that when it comes to homeownership after divorce, many of our

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