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Wells Fargo Fined $1 Billion for Abusive Insurance, Mortgage Practices

<p>The government has handed down a $1 billion penalty to Wells Fargo for abusive consumer practices related to its administering of auto insurance and extensions on mortgage rate locks. In addition to the fine, the bank has been ordered to remediate affected consumers and implement improved practices. In 2017, Wells Fargo acknowledged it had charged […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="">Wells Fargo Fined $1 Billion for Abusive Insurance, Mortgage Practices</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="">RISMedia</a>.</p>

Is ‘Green’ at a Premium? Depends Where You Purchase

<p>Who says you need “green” to get a green home? According to an analysis by®, eco-friendliness is becoming the norm—and being a green homeowner may not be as pricey as thought. While California’s costlier markets have high concentrations of green homes, there are also affordable pockets outside the Golden State—and, in many markets, eco-features […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="">Is ‘Green’ at a Premium? Depends Where You Purchase</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="">RISMedia</a>.</p>

Loan Originations: Home Purchases Up

<p>Even with increasing interest rates, closed home purchases ticked up 6 percent in March, according to Ellie Mae®’s latest Origination Insight Report. Closed refinances slumped 5 percent. Across the board, closings took 41 days in March, one day less than in February; however, purchases took 43 days, two days less than in February. Closing rates […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="">Loan Originations: Home Purchases Up</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="">RISMedia</a>.</p>

New Data Finds Homeowners Struggle When Selling, Despite Hot Market

<p>Twelve days before Thanksgiving, Mark and Sue Meaney decided to put their 109-year-old house on the market. They looked at comps of similar-sized homes near their St. Paul neighborhood, agreed on a price with their agent and waited anxiously for their first offer to roll in. Mark and Sue knew their timing wasn’t ideal. The […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="">New Data Finds Homeowners Struggle When Selling, Despite Hot Market</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="">RISMedia</a>.</p>

I help with the New Home buying process

As an Arizona Real Estate Agent, my first priority is ensuring that your unique real estate needs are met. I am committed to your overall satisfaction and want to make sure your New Home buying experience exceeds your expectations. Having a Realtor® represent you when buying a New Home ensures you have someone looking out for your best interests. Buying a New Home is one the biggest purchases most people will make, and having someone on your side to represent you and only you can make that process more comfortable. My New Home services are available at no cost to you!


Why you need a New Home agent

Having me represent you in your New Home purchase means you get personal attention and benefits:

  • I hire professional Home Inspectors to inspect your New Home build during and after construction.
  • If requested, I accompany you on subsequent visits to the home site, Model Home Center, and at closing.
  • Service after the sale! I keep you updated on neighborhood trends and the market in your area.


What you need to do

  • Search my website and check out the incentives and hot areas. You can also Search For New Homes using my interactive map searching tool.
  • Contact me at (602) 885-3927 or email me so I can get you all the latest information on pricing, availability, incentives, and options!
  • Don’t go on your first visit to a New Home Community without me. Otherwise, I can’t represent you in your purchase!