We LOVE checklists…

Here is a helpful checklist for all you buyers who found the perfect house in a very heavy market thanks to Old Republic Title and Pinterest! Hope it helps! Have a Sunshine day!!

-The Sunshine Team

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Photos: Lesson of the Week

Today we are going to have a quick talk about photos :). Too often lately have we seen photos taken by “realtors” WITH THEIR CELL PHONES in the picture. Here is the problem with that:

A. Any reputable Realtor will either have a professional camera and know how to work it.

B. A reputable Realtor will hire a professional photographer if they do not have a professional camera.

C. NO ONE should ever have to put up with a Realtor that they pay to be taking pictures with their cell phone!!!!

Here are a few more things that SHOULD NEVER happen in your home photos:

D. Toilet seat should be down for all photos.

E. Realtor and anyone else should NOT be in the photo. A photographer/Realtor should know how to shoot a room without finding themselves in the mirror of the photo.

F. There should NOT be a photo of just the floors or just a door. I’ve skipped out on seeing a home before because I couldn’t see the whole room or get a feel for the whole layout.

There are many more things that should be avoided when taking photos that we may help touch base on later. However, if you have any questions until then or would like us to show you what a difference professional photos can make, give us a call today!

Have a Sunshine Day!

-The Sunshine Team

Ashley, Evelyn and Dana

FHA Lowers MIP!!

Good Evening Sunshine 🙂
We can’t wait to share this news. Just…WOW! Another step to help home buyers accomplish the purchase of their dream home! Thank you to National Association of Realtors for sharing this exciting news!
“FHA TAKES STEPS TO HELP HOME BUYERS
In a move applauded by housing experts, the federal Housing Administration (FHA) took an important step to help low and moderate-income buyers get into a home.  For the first time in two years, FHA has cut their annual mortgage insurance premium.  The premium has been cut from .85 to .60 percent.” (Reference: Nat’l Association of Realtors)
See the full article here: http://narnewsline.blogs.realtor.org/2017/01/09/fha-cuts-mortgage-insurance-premium-for-first-time-since-january-2015/#sf50032163