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This is how much you need to buy a home in Manhattan
Posted on Thursday October 01, 2015

The median sale price in the New York City borough continued to climb higher last quarter to flirt with the $1,000,000 mark.

Bank to pay $33 million for discriminatory mortgage lending
Posted on Thursday September 24, 2015

A New Jersey-based bank is offering $25 million in subsidies for alleged racial discrimination with its mortgage lending practices in four states.

New home sales highest since 2008
Posted on Thursday September 24, 2015

New U.S. homes sales in August hit their highest mark since 2008, a healthy sign for a housing market still recovering from its collapse.


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I can help you with:

  • Finding the right home
  • Selling your current home
  • Finding Investment property
  • Help with relocation
  • Providing local information

Please contact me for superior service!

Our Pledge:

"You have my firm commitment that I will work hard with you to fulfill all of your real estate needs now, and in the future! I have years of real estate experience in the area. My goal is to offer you the best service possible to help make your dreams come true. Since most of our business is from repeat Clients and referrals, your needs are extremely important to me! Let me  knowledge and know how work for you!"

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How Wells Fargo Can Help

When you're relocating or buying a home, you want to reduce uncertainties. That's why Wells Fargo Home Mortgage provides our exclusive Wells Fargo Closing GuaranteeSM : We will close your loan on or before the closing date stated in your original purchase contract or we'll write you a check equal to your first month's principal-and-interest payment.

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Buy Repossessed Properties

While food and clothing have always been easier on the pockets, as they can easily be covered by day-to-day budget, most consumers would find it harder to allocate their resources on new homes, though they are equally as important. Foreclosed homes, however, have started to flood the market especially after the recent financial crunch left many homeowners reeling with their finances. Because of this, the option to buy repossessed properties has never been more available to consumers.

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