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 How Can I Make My Home Appraise Higher? Whether buying or refinancing a home, when obtaining a mortgage it can be expected that an appraisal will be required.  I talked in a previous post about how we are able to use appraisal waivers in certain instances, but still, most residential real estate...
Qualifying for a Mortgage? Don't Step in a Large Deposit Mess By far, one of the most confounding experiences when one goes to obtain a mortgage is the sourcing of "large deposits" on a bank statement.  This is our industry's gift that keeps giving.  However, there are some ways to avoid inadvert...
The Haunted Loan Process As we wind our way closer to Halloween, I wanted to cover a few of the graveyard variety hobgoblins of the mortgage process.  You know, the things our clients don't tell us at the start and that later come back to haunt their home loan transaction like so many nightmares ...
When Are Marin County Property Tax Bills Due? As I write this in October of 2019, my very own Marin County property tax bills just arrived.  Well, allow me to reframe that.  It is widely understood that our real estate tax bills are issued "sometime in October," but when you actually receive them...
What Happens When My Appraisal Comes in Low (or High!)? You’re in the process of buying a home, and so far things have been going pretty smoothly.  Your lender has pre-approved you, your Realtor has found you the perfect home, and with a bit of luck, the seller accepted your offer and now you’re ...


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