Monday, January 2, 2017 / by Jason Huerkamp
The Huerkamp Home Group Sales 2016
We have been really blessed to have relocated more than 165 families during the course of 2016. The clients we have worked with have become our friends and their families and friends have been entrusted to us too. Thank you for trusting us with your property matters.
We are proud to have worked with you all and we hope that you have valued our input, our honesty and integrity and most of all, our service. We welcome your continued support and we trust that you will remember our name when someone is buying or selling a home in Minnesota or any other State or Country. Our Association with Keller Williams is Global with more than 800 Offices and in excess of 150,000 well trained and professional representatives, we can assist you, across the globe.
Our business has enjoyed working with related services and industries this year. They include, but not limited to,
HVAC Services ...
Wednesday, November 9, 2016 / by Jason Huerkamp
Know Your Credit Score Before Buying a Home
Credit history is vitally important when considering purchasing a home. Not only does it allow you to get the best rates and the best offers from a lender, it gives you the opportunity to be pre-approved and the best kind of buyer should you get into a bidding war on your dream property.
If you haven't got a credit history it is almost as bad as having a terrible credit score. The lender likes to see that you have been responsible looking after your payments and so its an essential part of the plan when considering a home purchase.
In order to establish a credit history, you could go into the bank and get a pre-paid credit card and whatever you purchase on your card, be sure to pay the same amount off each month. You will be showing you are responsible and before you know it you will have a fair credit score. Once you have proved your value you can ask the bank for a credit limit. Your credit score will build qui ...
Tuesday, October 18, 2016 / by Jason Huerkamp
Is your home "In the Market" or "On the Market"
Whats the difference?
When you decide its time to sell your home you call in a few agents and they give you a CMA and with that information you choose the best price for your home and the Agent you wish to represent you. Then you either price it correctly or not.
When the home is priced incorrectly, it could affect the way your home is seen and how many viewings it will get.
When you home is priced In the Market it means you will get many showings and your house will probably be sold very quickly and could get multiple offers which will give you the opportunity to get more for your home than the asking price. Your home will need to be in a great condition as most homes will be.
Pricing your home in No Man's Land that means you will likely get a few showings. Feedback may include things such as nice home, overpriced. Pricing in no man's land is when your home is helping to sell more homes that are priced in ...