Posts Tagged ‘mortgage question’

There’s still time

April 26, 2010

It seems many potential buyers are not aware of the “fine print” details of the current tax credits for buying homes (either as a first time home buyer OR repeat buyer). Most believe that it is too late to take advantage of the tax credit since it comes to an end this Friday (end of April). That is definitely NOT the case!

Home buyers only need to be under contract by the end of April, then they have another 60 days to complete the purchase. That means buyers still have all week to find a home and get under contract!

Bottom line – if you haven’t given it much thought, have been sitting on the fence, or unsure of what to do, don’t worry, you do still have some time. Just get under contract by the April 30th because 60 days is MORE than enough time to work with a mortgage consultant to complete the purchase.

New facebook page

April 19, 2010

Even though there are numerous ways to find your friendly neighborhood mortgage broker (this blog, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Dunwoody Mortgage), I figured one more couldn’t hurt!

Introducing my Facebook fan page – Clay Your Mortgage Professional

This page contains what one would expect (contact information, summary about my services, links to websites, etc.), but also allows me to post the occasional picture and provides clients, friends, and family the opportunity to post comments.

If you are on Facebook (I believe that literally everyone is at this point), I’d love for you to be a fan! So join me, won’t you?

New blog feature

March 15, 2010

Introducing Meebo… Meebo is an instant chat application that is now integrated into my blog. Meebo will allow readers to ask me question about mortgages, blog posts, or anything else.

To use Meebo, find the box titled “ask a question” that is located on the upper right side of the blog. If you see “claygj is online“, then I’m logged in and will see your question. All that is left is for you to type and submit your private question.

This will be a quick and easy way for my clients, colleagues, and friends to reach out to me even if they don’t have enough time to call. Oh, and anyone working for a company that employs an office linbacker, don’t worry, it’s so discrete I doubt he will ever notice you sending me questions.