August 2018

Found 3 blog entries for August 2018.

Here are our Open Houses for the weekend of August 17-19!

Saturday, August 18

Address: 41960 Jason, Clinton Twp.
Time: 1-4
Agent: Beth Nissan

Check out this newly updated ranch in Clinton Township, clean 3 bedroom, potential 4 bedroom, 1.5 baths with a beautiful chef's kitchen. Plus, a fireplace in the family room for those cold Michigan nights. Finished basement; where the potential bedroom 4 could be, and a bar for entertaining family and friends. New laminate floors, and fresh paint. Plus, your own private backyard with a resort size in-ground pool with lights to swim at night. Freshly painted deck for entertaining, and lots of privacy. Shed with a potential play house for the kids, or an extra room for you on top!! Beautifully landscaped.

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Here are our Open Houses for the weekend of August 10-12!

Saturday, August 11

Address: 31503 Northwood, Fraser
Time: 12-4
Agent: Michael Donelson, 586-321-1391

Immediate occupancy! Great location in Fraser School District. Nice Subdivision. Heated 2.5 Car garage with 220 power, includes full attic storage! Save the finished basement space for family fun and entertaining! Half bathroom downstairs with even more storage space in the utilities room. The layout is perfect for a small family with spacious, naturally lit kitchen overlooking the living room. Hardwood throughout, appliances stay, and washer and dryer can stay. Fully fenced yard for the furry members of the family! Come see this one quickly! Monthly payment only $1,300 to $1,400 depending

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Equity, a.k.a. "real property value," is the difference between the property's current fair market value and the amount the owner still owes on the mortgage.  Essentially, equity is how much "ownership" you have. Read about 6 smart ways of building it below!


6 Smart Ways to Build Equity

1. Let Your Home Appreciate
Your equity can be calculated by subtracting your current loan amount by your home's current value, then dividing that by the home's current value. The smaller portion of the appreciation is usually the amount you've paid off on your mortgage, while the larger factor is often home appreciation. Many times, buying a house now with a smaller down payment means more equity for you in the long run as a result of a good market, as

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