Homes Listed For Sale In Spring Hill Florida- Tracking Shifts In Buying Trends

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Home Listings In Spring Hill FL Track Shift in Buyers’ Focus 2012 Spring Hill Florida Home Listings Tell a Tale Homeowners who are puzzling over whether to add their property to the Spring Hill Florida home listings this winter (rather than hold back until spring) have more than just timing to factor into their decision. … Continue reading

Selling a Spring Hill Florida Home Starts with Some Basics


Selling a Spring Hill Florida Home Starts with Some Basics Profit from Early Decisions When Selling a House   Selling a House Means Nimble Decision-Making According to a recent survey, nine out of ten REALTORS® believe that clients who make improvements before selling a house are more likely to secure a successful sale. Why, you … Continue reading

How To Hold A Successful Open House In Spring Hill FL


When It’s To Have An Open House In Spring Hill FL, Don’t Overdo! Hernando County Open House Time is Teamwork Time According to the best estimate, something like 45% of home buyers use an open house viewing before making their purchase decision. I think that sounds about right – it might even be higher here … Continue reading

Finding a Realtor In Hernando County: First Impressions Count

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How To Spot a Great Hernando CountyRealtor® Three Characteristics Great Hernando County Realtors® Share When you want to sell your house, you want it to bring in top dollar. That means you want to find a Realtor in Spring Hill Florida who has the characteristics of a top performer. He or she may or may … Continue reading

Foreclosure Listings In Spring Hill Florida, Can It Be A Good Deal?


Spring Hill Florida Bank Owned Homes: Buying Opportunity   “Fixers” Reward Patience, Prudence, and Realism These days the words “bank owned homes” have become practically synonymous with a single word: “opportunity.” With prices and mortgage rates this low, first time home buyers, investors and seasoned property owners alike are looking at a raft of buying … Continue reading

Spring Hill Florida Real Estate, Is Owner Finance A Good Deal?

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Spring Hill FL Owner Financing: Good Deal or Not A Good Deal? Housing Affordability at All-Time Highs Spring Hill FL For Sale by Owner Pros & Cons   Bear with me on these numbers: they are meaningful to Spring Hill Florida home buyers and sellers alike. One of the most meaningful calculations The National Association … Continue reading

FAIR Expands Class Action Lawsuit To Private Insurance Carriers


Thank You Channel 10 News For Continued Coverage. FAIR is commited To Bringing Balanced Reform For Florida Home Owners. For Information On Joining The Class Action Please Click On the Citizens Class Action LawSuit Button At The Top Of The Screen. E Loans Mortgage In Spring Hill FL, and Steve Fingerman will continue to fight … Continue reading

Class Action LawSuit Filed Against Citizens Insurance


On February 7, 2012 FAIR announced a Class Action Lawsuit against Citizens Property Insurance. Attorney Mark Beausoleil, FAIR Regional Director David Welch, Steve Fingerman Board Member and President E Loans Mortgage Inc and Senator Mike Fasano, Announce FAIR’s Lawsuit against Citizens Property Insurance for their practices of inflating Replacement Cost Values and Overcharging Florida Consumers. … Continue reading

E Loans Mortgage Inc Is Open For Business In Hernando County


I have some exciting News To Annouce: We Are Happy To Announce The Launch Of E Loans Mortgage Inc! It’s not news that the Real Estate and Mortgage Industry both have seen their fair share of challenges over the past few years, but sometimes out of those challenges come exciting innovations and new ideas. With … Continue reading

What Your Florida Home Owners Policy Does Not Cover May Shock You


Do You Know What is NOT Covered in Your Home Owners Insurance Policy? You Might be Surprised In recent years, insurance carriers in Florida have added many exclusions to property insurance policies, with little oversight or public debate. These exclusions are drafted into policy leaving consumers with less coverage for the same (if not higher) … Continue reading