Marry The House

Dated: June 20 2022

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"Marry the house; date the rate."

What does this mean?

It means buy the house you want. But committing to the house doesn't mean you have to commit to the financing available now FOREVER. Smart homeowners always look for a better financing opportunity, and make the move when the time is right. You can always change your financing to more favorable terms later, should better rates and products become available. And if rates only get worse, then you'll be glad you married the house when you did.😉And, I'll remind you.Image title

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Jenifer Hudman

As a Realtor, my first priority is to make my clients happy. I listen to my clients wants and needs to achieve the best outcome in every transaction and I strive to ensure that the home buying or sell....

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