Important Steps In The Home Buying Process
12/02/2018 07:58 PM

Real Estate Agent Handing Over Keys to New Home

Real estate transactions include several steps you’re likely unfamiliar with, especially if you’re buying a home for the first time. Viewing houses for sale is the fun part of shopping for a new home, but there’s a lot more to the process.

What a Realtor Should Do for You - Ann Arbor, MI - Real Estate One Matt Dejanovich
08/22/2017 10:08 AM

Realtor Showing A Home - Ann Arbor, MI - Real Estate One Ann Arbor aka Matt Dejanovich

What a Realtor Should Do for You | Matthew Dejanovich, Realtor

Real estate regulations are complex, ever-changing and vary from state to state. Whether you’re buying or selling a home, experienced realtors should guide you through the entire process and keep your deal on track. They act as liaisons between buyers and sellers, protect their client’s interests, negotiate for the best deal and ensure your contract is in order and your closing goes through without a hitch.

Why Use a Realtor - Ann Arbor, MI - Real Estate One Matt Dejanovich
08/22/2017 10:04 AM

Realtor Welcoming A Couple into The Home - Ann Arbor, MI - Real Estate One Ann Arbor aka Matt Dejanovich

Why Use a Realtor When Buying a Home | Matthew Dejanovich, Realtor

Buying a home is one of the biggest investments you’ll likely make in your life. Using a realtor puts someone in your corner throughout the process to ensure you get the home you want at a price you can afford. Their expertise and professional connections not only make searching for the perfect home more effective, their extensive experience also helps ensure the entire transaction goes smoothly through negotiations, signing a contract and the all-important closing.

Title Insurance, Who Needs It?
02/08/2017 12:19 PM

Home Insurance - Ann Arbor, MI - Real Estate One Ann Arbor aka Matt Dejanovich

Investing in title insurance can save buyers and lenders from possible future headaches related to unforeseen contract disputes. Here is how it works and what it can cover.

How it Works

Title insurance works in reverse—it covers problems that occurred before you purchased a home rather than after an acquisition, including late discoveries. A buyer must obtain title insurance before the property transaction, and there is only a one-time payment. Refinancing may require a new policy—otherwise, it is for the life of the homeowner's loan.

Pros and Cons of Getting Ahead on Mortgage Payments - Ann Arbor MI - Real Estate One Matt Dejanovich
02/08/2017 11:46 AM

The premise behind prepaying a home mortgage is to pay off debt faster to avoid paying interest. Many people have a goal of paying off a mortgage before retirement, but it may be possible to pay it off even earlier.

Investment Comparison

By making larger initial payments to pay off a loan early, one can save money that would usually get funneled into interest. Once the mortgage is paid, the homeowner can then use those savings to invest wisely. Alternatively, instead of waiting to pay off a loan, homeowners can invest money that would go toward a portion of their loan into the stock market. This can be risky to do while still paying off a loan because there are no guarantees on returns with the stock market.

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