6 Home Buying MythsBuying a home often seems daunting. Even after buying your first home, the process can still be overwhelming. There is so much information available to you, you’re often left wondering what’s true, what’s a myth, and who is it you can turn to help you parse through it? We’re here to break down some common misconceptions about buying a home.
Step one is finding the right house
We totally understand why this myth is so popular. You’ve decided to make your move and the first thing on your mind is obviously going to be where you will eventually lay your head every night, make new memories, and plant your roots. While home shopping is the ultimate goal, you should start by meeting with a lender to figure out your financial options. If you don’t know your spending power you may actually miss out on the right house for you. You’d be surprised to learn the right house could be larger or more expensive while still being within your budget.
You have to have perfect credit to buy a home
While perfect credit is ideal, and more often will give you more financing options, we recognize not everyone has the most ideal credit. The truth is that there are many loan options available, which still offer good interest rates. It’s a matter of taking your time, doing your research, and working with an expert mortgage professional to figure out what loan is best.
You need a down payment of 20%
A 20% down payment can seem like a steep cost, especially if you’re a first-time home buyer. Luckily, FHA has you covered for that with loan options that include financing for as low as 3.5% down. There are other programs, like the VA for service members, that have smaller options than 20% down. However, even without FHA and VA loans, there are options. For more of the nitty-gritty, check out one of our previous blog posts on the matter.
Schools don’t matter if you don’t have kids
Whether you have children or not, schools are an important factor when it comes to home value. The location of your home, as well as your neighborhood, are vital aspects of the cost of your house. If you decide to move on to another home, a good school system can make for an easy sell.
New homes don’t need a home inspection
Just because something is new, doesn’t mean it’s immune to problems. Home inspections help protect you from existing or potential issues. Getting a licensed professional to complete an inspection will reassure your decision to buy a home and save you money in the long run.
You don’t need an agent
Agents know the market, which is critical when it comes to getting the best value for your budget. They also have the necessary experience you need when it comes to buying and selling houses; they can see things that you might overlook. Moreover, their knowledge base extends out past just houses for sale. Agents can help you find solutions to common hiccups, explain customary charges, and can go to bat for you when it comes to negotiations. Think of a real estate agent as your GPS system. Yes, you can get from point A to point B without it, but why would you want to?
Buying a home is one of the most important decisions, financial and otherwise, you’ll make in your lifetime. The house you buy will become a home filled with wonderful memories. Take your time to fully understand the process and learn from the professionals. Even better, work with a professional. HOMM Real Estate Services is here to take the weight of buying a home off your shoulders. We have all the tools to help you buy the right home that is within your budget, so you can lay your head down every night knowing you got the best deal myth-free.
HOMM Real Estate Services, located in the Brandon, Florida area of Tampa-Bay focused to Hillsborough, Pasco, and Polk Counties. As a full-service general real estate company, we specialize in general real estate, home buyers, home sellers, new home construction, rentals, tenants and landlords, and property management.
Learn more about Marie Negron, her team and HOMM Real Estate Services. Call 813-684-5954 or email email@example.com to get started.
Spring is in the air
We already know that Spring is one of the best times to sell your home. Winter has passed, and the colder weather is making way for longer, brighter and warmer days. The old adage is true: “Spring is in the air” and it brings about a new bloom of activity for everyone.
Now that you’ve decided to sell your home, it’s time to prep your home to a magazine-worthy level!
How do you get there? What should your priorities be? Should you refresh or go as far as remodeling or refurbishing? We have the answers to your questions with these tips for selling your house in Spring:
No room for dust bunnies
A clean home inside and out is a given – so put your back into it and apply some elbow grease! There is nothing more off-putting to potential buyers than being able to write their name in the dust. Buyers will question if an uncared-for home could be hiding other potential issues – and you never want a buyer to have a negative impression or perception of your home based solely on poor presentation. Even though you’re not always selling furnishings and accessories, consider the overall look, feel and aroma of your home.
Here’s your cleaning to-do list:
Make the mental move
Letting go can be difficult, especially if you’ve lived in your home for many years. It’s personal, but it’s time to make the emotional break. You have to level with yourself, making the mental decision to let go of your emotions and focus on the fact that soon this house will no longer be yours.
De-cluttering and de-personalizing not only helps with the emotions, but also makes the spaces more appealing to potential buyers and ultimately, preps the house for the next home owners.
We always suggest starting with the attic and then the garage. Determine what you don’t need to take to the new house and consider having a garage sale or donating the items. As you purge through your belongings, make room for packing boxes to be neatly stored while you’re selling your home.
As a welcome bonus, the organization and this clear out will actually make for a smoother move once you do sell.
Spruce up the curb appeal
Now that you have the inside spic and span, focus your attention on the exterior. Put yourself in the shoes of a potential buyer seeing your house for the first time. What impresses them? What makes them remember it? What can you do to make it stand out from the other houses they're viewing?
Remember, you only get one chance at a first impression. Curb appeal can make or break a showing. Follow our curb appeal checklist to make that impression count.
The big ticket items
The truth is, not all changes will bring the best return on investment (ROI). Before you plan a big, or small, improvement project, consider what might be the most appealing to buyers. The home improvements that generally yield the best bang for the buck include:
• Yard clean-up and landscaping
• Front door replacement
• New siding, exterior repairs and/or fresh paint
• Kitchen and/or bath upgrades, including new counter tops, fixtures and cabinetry
• Deck and patio additions, such as outdoor kitchens and/or BBQs
• Additional living space, especially bonus rooms and extra bathrooms
First and foremost, buyers can sense when a home has good bones. The single most important factor is to ensure there is no deferred maintenance. From there, you can decide which updates – if any – you want to make to give your home a fresh appeal.
If you need a helping hand as you prepare to sell your home, contact HOMM Real Estate Services. We start with understanding your needs and expectations. Then we look at your home and its selling points…positive and painful! We can help with determining the best way to prepare your home for selling in the Spring season. We are here Helping Others Make Moves.
HOMM Real Estate Services, located in the Brandon, Florida area of Tampa-Bay focused to Hillsborough, Pasco, and Polk Counties. As a full-service general real estate company, we specialize in general real estate, home buyers, home sellers, new home construction, rentals, tenants and landlords, and property management.
Real Estate Investments: FLIP OR RENT
There are times when clients look to Marie Negron and her team at HOMM Real Estate Services to help them with real estate investments. There are several options that go beyond typical home ownership. For instance, clients explore second/vacation homes to own and/or rent, rent-to-own, flipping, or simply for the financial investment. Frequently, we find it comes down to a choice between flipping or rental home.
Income or Investment
Firstly, it is important that regardless of how, what or where you invest, you need to be aware when considering investing the opportunity to make money is as great as the risk to lose money.
However, the key to successful real estate investing comes with understanding what skills, time and abilities you have and your tolerance for risk. Also, to know when to bring in a real estate specialist to help you through the myriad of options, issues, and questions you are likely to have.
Only then can you choose a type of investment that works for you and whether or not you are a one-time investor or confident to repeat the model.
Investors can make great profits from both flipping properties as well as holding them as rentals. The difference really boils down to a few considerations. First, what kind of income are you seeking? Active or passive? Actively buying, fixing and flipping properties is quick cash that requires careful timing and effort.
Flipping a property is not traditional investing where one buys and holds an investment. Flipping is really speculation. Flippers with construction experience and real estate knowledge tend to see the greatest success. Yet, the real risk comes from unforeseen construction and structural complications, these cause delays, increased costs and potential decrease in the property’s value. Further, there are carry costs over and above the renovation to cover mortgage, taxes, insurances and real estate selling commissions.
Alternatively, if you’re in it for the long haul, rental properties offer passive long-term income which accumulates over time. Additionally, if properly managed and maintained, the property value should see an increase. The downside is that the owner has to invest time in property maintenance and tenant management. The reality is the most successful landlords overcome this by working with property management specialists. We’ve already addressed the good, the bad and the taxing of being a landlord which outlines the benefits of working with property management specialists HOMM Real Estate Services.
Both types of investments can bring profits and a steady stream of income. Determining what’s best for you and your talents is important in choosing the best option for your financial goals. Plus, recognizing when to bring in the experts. Allow us to use our experience, know-how and resources to help protect the value and condition of your real estate investments. Visit HOMM Real Estate Services Property Management to learn more about these services.
From the initial down payment to finding reliable tenants to keeping up building maintenance, owning a rental property can be both an exciting investment and a daunting task. There are several pros and cons to becoming a landlord, as well as changes in the way you do your taxes. If you’re just venturing out into the world of being a part-time landlord or you own several rental investments, HOMM Real Estate Services specializes in property management. We are here to help take care of the daunting so you can focus on the exciting.
Owning real estate property is called an investment opportunity for a reason. There is plenty of potential to make a good amount of passive income. That means, no matter what you’re doing whether its vacationing in the Keys or playing a round of golf, you’re earning a good amount of income. Not to mention, if run well, you should be able to reap the benefits of being an owner without having to do any of the heavy lifting.
Being a landlord can seem daunting at times and you want to make sure your rental property doesn’t become a money pit – or is neglected by the tenants to the point of disrepair. We agree with Trulia in their article about becoming a landlord that you can’t be a stellar landlord by trial and error. In the article, they outline the importance of living near your rental property, knowing landlord-tenant law, needing rent on time, customizing the lease, screening tenants, and inspecting the property. We bet by now you’re thinking that doesn’t sound like passive income. When can you hit the green? That’s where HOMM Real Estate Services comes in.
HOMM Real Estate Services has the experience, knowledge, and personal service of property management to handle all of your landlord services. We’ll analyze rental rates, market your building/unit/home, screen tenants, administer the lease, and make sure maintenance is running smoothly so you can travel the world (or just put your feet up and relax), without having to worry about something going wrong in your rental investment.
We’d be remiss without mentioning that becoming a landlord brings on a whole new set of tax implications, ones that might seem scary at times. But don’t worry, Trulia has an in-depth article for that too. Biggest takeaways? You have to report the passive income (rent) you receive as income but you also qualify for more deductibles. Think of your rental property as a business, most business expenses can be written off; the same applies to property upkeep and upgrades. Another takeaway? We always recommend you seek the advice of a tax profession for the latest tax update, but bear in mind, we are able to provide you with all the accounting information your tax professional needs to hit all those deductibles. Now, that’s not too taxing, is it?
As you continue your journey either as a landlord or landlord in training, HOMM Real Estate Services is there for the good, the bad, and the not-too-taxing solutions. Our goal is that you remain passive in making your passive income. We can minimize the risks, so you can maximize the benefits.
The holiday season is in full swing and with the excitement of decorating, eating delicious home-cooked meals, and seeing friends and family, comes the not-so-exciting reality of hosting in a home you’re no longer in love with. Here are some signs it might be time to the move to a home better suited to fit your needs.
#1 You can’t get to or find your holiday decorations.
It’s finally time to deck the halls! Now you have to gather up your favorite holiday decorations. Are they in the tiny attic that needs a rickety ladder to access? Under the bed in the guest room or the top shelf of the hall closet? No, that’s what is in those plastic bins in the garage stacked to almost toppling… you think! Instead of decorating as a family one Sunday afternoon, you spend the first week of the holiday season hunting down where you hid your décor. Rather than having to store the décor in any and every possible space in your home – or for those apartment-living who may be using disposable decorations because you have no spare spaces, take time at the start of the New Year to look at home with ample storage and an attic with a drop-down ladder access and maybe even a hobby room where you could unravel your Christmas lights in comfort.
#2 Your neighborhood curbs the bright lights.
You want to be the home that everyone drives by to be awed by the bright lights of Santa and his reindeer, Mr. and Mrs. Snow, the North Pole Penguin family and enough lights to be seen from the International Space Station. One problem, the Homeowners Association Grinch is about to blow a fuse and impose a blackout. Time to move to another neighborhood where you can have the best and brightest yard on the block and celebrate like a star!
#3 Your kitchen just isn’t cooking up the holiday spirit
Big family dinners should be a time of excitement and celebration, not an episode of cutthroat kitchen. If your small oven is making you choose between pie and stuffing, you’re forced to microwave the turkey, (which you can do, according to Butterball) and you keep trying to figure out a way to make more counter space, but always end up with the same amount (not enough), you might be trying to make something work that can’t. Buying a new home with a large kitchen island, up-to-date appliances, ample prep and serving surfaces doesn’t have to be a dream. It’s really very possible to find a kitchen where you can prepare, cook, serve every big festive meal AND the dessert and hors d’oeuvres. Then, you can have your pie and stuffing and eat it too!
#4 There’s no room for the whole family.
Arguably the best thing about the holiday season is gathering the entire family. The dining table has the leaf added, the card table and folding garden table and chairs are set up, but the lack of space means you have to open the sliding glass doors and the head of the table, Grandpa, is physically seated out on the lanai. Not to mention that the kids aren’t just at another table, the table is in another room altogether. What’s the point of all coming together if you are forced to separate just so everyone gets a seat? Instead of banishing family members to the outdoors, consider how to upgrade your eating arrangements with a dining room to accommodate everyone. Holiday gatherings around the table create the greatest of memories, it’s time for the youngest, and everyone in-between, to hear and enjoy the amazing stories the family elders have to tell.
#5 Too many cars, not enough carolers
There’s nothing like holiday cheer to unite people, especially among neighbors. Whether it’s enjoying each other’s lawn displays or sharing Christmas cookies. And while your neighbor’s ugly sweater party is filled with festive cheer, it makes it almost impossible to park on your street. Not to mention the fact that the holiday cheer stays inside. You miss the old days of familiar faces singing door to door. A change of scenery means you can find the type of community you can sing alongside.
#6 You simply don’t want to host anymore
Like the turkey, you’re done! You’ve paid your dues! As your kids have left and started nests of their own, it’s time to let the younger generation take over. The new memories you make in their homes will become just as important as the old ones. Plus, downsizing allows you to choose what’s most important to take with you and what you need to pass on or just leave behind. You can fully embrace the start of a new life in a new environment.New Year New Home
Consider giving yourself the present you actually want, a new home with all the bells and whistles you deserve and need to really enjoy being home for the holidays.
HOMM Real Estate Services can help you find exactly what you want on your wish list, no holiday magic needed.
Moving to a new home is a decision we all make to meet life’s demands – careers, families, lifestyles, location and the list goes on. Still, buying, selling and relocating homes is an overwhelming endeavor for anyone, regardless of how many times you’ve done it. Together with the excitement and anticipation of new beginnings, we all deal with an emotional stress that can be hard to articulate.
Add active military status to mix and an already stressful situation becomes even more taxing. Regardless of rank, length or type of service active military members know all too well that moving can be last-minute news. With destinations often unknown, military moves can be fraught with uncertainty.
Military or not - moving involves countless decisions and planning. But for the military, relocations can be a carefully executed maneuver.
ATTENTION! THAT’S AN ORDER
The real issue is that you never know when the order will be issued. PCS (permanent change of station) orders are sent at any time, with little to no consideration for the school calendar, an impending birth or a big birthday celebration. Further, the orders may arrive late, involve deployment, require leaving a spouse to handle the move single-handedly or even demand an overseas relocation.
Military career paths often dictate the length of an assignment and the likely next location. This means it is common for active military to know the destination of their next move. Regardless, it’s still quite the mission to make any kind of house move.
Once you’ve received your orders, you will need to get into gear!
Here’s some advice on acting on such an order:
DRILL DOWN YOUR PLAN
Realizing you may or may not have the luxury of time to plan the mission, there are a few checklist items you can quickly handle to drill down your plan.
First, find a good REALTOR®. This has to be your first decision - especially if you’re relocating. Ask for referrals. There’s a very good chance you have a friend or colleague who has already made a move or two. Interview the agents and build a relationship. Since you’ll most likely be moving out of state to a new city, consider your agent the ally. A solid relationship with your agent will be a major factor to a successful move.
You’ll know the date of the new duty, so work backwards from that key date. Take note of logical move out dates, keeping in mind commitments such as school semesters, packing and relocation dates and times and a spouse’s new job start date.
It’s also a smart move to seek advice from your base transportation office. Each branch of the forces offers a multitude of resources. Take this as a chance to better understand possible relocation assistance programs.
There are many resources available to our military once they’ve received orders. (Helpful PCS information courtesy of Military.com can be found at here.)
We’d like to offer you the assistance you need from a HOMM Real Estate Services REALTOR®.
Not only are we 20-year plus Tampa bay veteran agents, but we also offer you first-hand experience of military moves. As veterans, military spouses or military children, our REALTORS® understand the experience from their own countless moves.
They understand what makes military buyers’ and sellers’ needs different from other moves. They “talk the talk,” understanding terminology and acronyms with no need to explain the urgency and strictness of deadlines.
In fact, Broker/Owner Marie Negron founded HOMM Real Estate Services as a result of these very same experiences. Helping Others Make Moves. It’s the HOMM mission.
Veterans Day originated as “Armistice Day” on Nov. 11, 1919, the first anniversary of the end of World War I. Unlike Memorial Day, Veterans Day pays tribute to all American veterans—living or dead—but especially gives thanks to living veterans who served their country honorably during war or peacetime.
Our British ally’s Commonwealth of Nations observes Remembrance Day, also referred to as “Poppy Day”. The message: Lest we Forget.
The American Legion distributes the poppies. For the most part, the paper or plastic flowers are made by our very own veterans.
TOP 5 REASONS TO SALUTE
We thought today was the ideal time to share our Top 5 Reasons to salute Veterans.
You will find our personal and professional worlds combine. After all, the HOMM Real Estate Services agency is made up of veterans, military spouses or military children. Working with military clients is extraordinarily rewarding for us. As such, we may have different reasons than most behind our salutes.
Salute 1: Thank you
It’s simply put, but heartfelt. Thank you for your courage, commitment, and self-sacrifice to protect our freedom.
Salute 2: Honor
In addition to honoring our veterans and active military members, we recognize the honor of being able to serve you. We know a sale or purchase of a home can’t compare to sacrifices made on our behalf; the honor is knowing we are able to help you with finding your home.
Salute 3: Family
We understand the importance of family. We also understand how difficult it can be to be so far away from your loved ones. Moreover, we know military-families are a very tight-knit community. By serving you, bringing you into our community and providing guidance, we can become your support network. Like one big family.
Salute 4: Camaraderie
Mutual trust, commitment, and friendship. Familiar characteristics among veterans and active duty service members. We find this to be one of the most meaningful salutes. Sharing experiences, telling stories, finding common ground, relating to peers can create immediate and long-lasting bonds. We find honor in winning your trust, proving our commitment to you and earning your friendship.
Salute 5: Duty
As Real Estate professionals, we have a number of duties to all of our clients. Yet, interestingly, the attributes of our professional duties align closely with those of our military.
Decisive. Integrity. Dedicated. Trustworthy. Knowledge. Core Values.
HOMM Real Estate Services bring this – and more – to you with every real estate transaction and on every Veterans Day.
Today, Veterans Day, our first call of duty is to stand and salute you. Thank you for your service.
Most people know a real estate agent – and many of them are
eager to make the introduction. That’s how you inevitably end up listening to
your favorite aunt tell you about her long-lost cousin’s son who is married to
a real estate agent … and you should call her.
In reality, the best call you can make is learning about your real estate agent rather than
who your agent knows.
There is a wealth of advice and tips about how to choose
your agent available from Zillow,
Each offer very worthy tips to consider, with common threads like experience,
qualifications, length of career, reputation, and reviews.
Yet, we believe the advice from the Forbes
Real Estate Council resonates the loudest and most closely aligns with
values of HOMM Real
The council starts by recognizing that the entire process is
enhanced by an informed local market professional. Added to that, an
experienced and trustworthy top agent can make all the difference to your sales
or buying experience.
Our takeaway from the council’s advice is this: It’s
important to have a solid bond with your real estate professional.
Broker/Owner Marie Negron is instilling this mantra at HOMM Real Estate Services. Every agent,
whether clients are buying, selling, or renting, is committed to Helping Others Make Moves.
We start the commitment with candid, realistic discussions
about your buying desires or selling needs, plus how that translates to your
buying power and sales goals.
Our philosophy is to provide our customers with personal
attention, close interaction, and solid advice. HOMM agents give you the rationale, the facts, and the honest
low-down behind our advice. We are constantly watching market conditions and evaluating
feedback from showings and other agents to keep you well-informed from
beginning to close – always with your best interests in mind.
On the experience side of things, we have to agree with Realtor.com.
It is true that experience doesn’t account for everything, but the right
experience can make all the difference.
All HOMM Real Estate Services
agents are local REALTORS®, which means each has earned the designation
given as a member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR). It doesn’t
mean you shouldn’t work with an agent without the designation – but it
certainly makes sense to work with an expert who’s committed enough to the
profession to pursue the formal designation.
In the end, we all agree that there are many options, including
your favorite aunt’s recommendation. Keep in mind that our main goal is always
to create quality, personal, and profitable transactions that deliver
exceptional results and a five-star experience.
You simply need to find the agent who’s right for you. It’s your
call. HOMM Real Estate Services,
located in the Brandon, Florida area of Tampa-Bay focused to Hillsborough,
Pasco, and Polk Counties. As a full-service general real estate company, we
specialize in general real estate, home buyers, home sellers, new home construction,
rentals, tenants and landlords, and property management.
Learn more about Marie Negron,
and HOMM Real
Estate Services. Call 813-684-5954 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
to get started.
WE WANT IT ALL
Entering the housing market for the first time can be a
huge move – no pun intended. Buying a
new home is an especially hefty move – pun fully intended this time. Whatever your reason for buying; whether it
be to find a larger home, down-size, relocate, move to a condo or single-family
home or invest in a new property, it’s important to recognize the difference
between desires and needs.
It’s no secret that everyone wants it all! We all love the idea of the “perfect” home on
the “perfect” street in the “perfect” neighborhood with the “perfect” school
district and at the “perfect” price. If
only buying a home could be that ideal.
While your perfect home is certainly out there, it may come
with a few compromises.
G THE DISTANCE
The old cliché “LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION” isn’t dead
yet. It’s still a major factor for most
home buyers, but consider other factors before making your decision.
Good school districts, for instance, are desirable even if
you aren’t worried about the closest bus stop.
Schools continue to be one of the most important factors for resale and
in turn when deciding on location.
You’ll also want to consider your commute time. Is your top pick the farthest away from your
place of employment? Weigh up the pros
and cons. The location may not be the
most desirable, but the home may be worth the distance if it meets your other
IS BIGGER ALWAYS BETTER?
We all have a pretty good idea of what we want in a home:
bedrooms, bathrooms, garage and yard size.
However, it’s a smart move to evaluate the size of the home against what
you need and what you want. You may find
that biggest isn’t always best.
There’s a valid difference between wanting square footage
and needing the right kind of spaces.
Beware: square footage can be deceiving when compared to a well-designed
and efficient floor plan with fewer wasted spaces.
A large, growing family may benefit from several bedrooms,
but may find a home where a large open-concept kitchen-family room and a
separate bonus room are more conducive to their living needs.
Notwithstanding the trend toward tiny home living, it’s
clear today’s buyers desire to have different choices, freedoms and
flexibility. For many, a smaller home
far outweighs the needs for storage, home-maintenance and overall large living.
For some, it’s a romantic notion to remodel or renovate a
home. While inspiring, take note that the DIY and makeover shows have a crew of
countless professionals and volunteers. They are all feverishly hustling behind
the scenes to complete a remodel within the allotted 60-minute air time. In reality, despite the undeniable charm and
beauty, there is a litany of concerns and issues involved in purchasing an
older home. When considering a remodel,
determine if you’re willing to give up many future weekends to complete the
project before making that decision.
Before you start this huge move, you should know what you
can afford. Speak with a mortgage
professional, your financial advisor or bank.
You can also contact an
agent at HOMM Real Estate
Services. Crunch some numbers with the HOMM Real Estate Services mortgage
calculators or if you’re renting, compare your payments here.HOMM Real Estate Services, located in the Brandon, Florida area of Tampa-Bay focused to Hillsborough, Pasco, and Polk Counties. As a full-service general real estate company, we specialize in general real estate, home buyers, home sellers, new home construction, rentals, tenants and landlords, and property management.
In early 2018, Broker/Owner John & Judy Styles of Styles and Styles Real Estate in Brandon, Florida announced that they would be retiring and folding the brokerage unless they could find a buyer.
As a local Tampa Bay Real Estate Agent of Styles and Styles for almost 20 years, Marie Negron was faced with making a tough decision – quickly. She knew that she could be that potential buyer. Marie was used to making important life-changing decisions under tight deadlines and pressure. As a former Military spouse of 20 years, Marie had experienced her fair share of moves, and quick moves at that. This situation appeared to be no different. Similar to her many relocations, Marie knew how to look at the opportunity presented and turn it into a positive.
With that, the decision was made. The opportunity for Marie to purchase the brokerage, from the Styles, was too good to pass.
Styles and Styles specialized in REOs (Real Estate Owned), Property Management and General Real Estate. Marie, while concentrating more so on property management and general real estate nonetheless knew the business inside and out. After all, she had been trained by experts and was enjoying tremendous success. More importantly, Marie recognized this opportunity could be turned into another positive move.
With an innate understanding of what it takes to share her experiences with her clients, Marie had the fundamentals and wherewithal to establish a new brokerage.
Marie’s vision of Helping Others Make Moves was born into HOMM Real Estate Services.
This boutique-style full-service real estate agency offers a personalized real estate experience. Marie has attracted a team of top-notch professionals and invested in the very latest cutting-edge technology.
As the leader of HOMM Real Estate Services team, Marie has instilled a philosophy to provide customers with personal attention, close interaction, solid advice and a commitment to Helping Others Make Moves.
Marie maintains a company goal to always create quality, personal and profitable transactions that deliver exceptional results and a five-star experience.