Do You Remember Your First Time?
Good morning! Its 76 degrees, I’m getting requests for pre-approval letters faster than I can write them, and I’ve got a big bowl of Lucky Charms in front of me as I write this. Does life get any better? I submit the answer is no! Okay, here’s some stuff for you to know:
Do you remember your first time?
When you’ve been married as long as I have, you start to reminisce. Mine was back in the summer of 1995. At 29 I started later than my friends, but I’ll never forget that glorious night when I attended my first First Time Homebuyer’s Seminar. I was clueless back then about buying a home but I ended up learning a lot of cool things, and meeting my realtor-to-be at the seminar. There are a lot of potential first-timers out there who are ready to buy, but are unclear of what’s involved. That’s where you come in because there has never been a better time to run your own seminar – and Perl Mortgage would like to help! We can speak at the seminar, help you organize it, and pay for a good chunk of it too. If you are interested in this, please contact me at 773.413.6242.
I am still offering a free credit pulling service for those of you that A. are trying to find renters, and/or B. are curious about your own credit. I’ve been getting flooded with requests but do my best to get back to you in a timely manner. Weekdays will be faster than weekends, but if you need credit pulled quickly just call me on the phone and I’ll get it for you.
Rates have edged up this week. I don’t know what that means. Some people say the economy is showing signs of recovery (which is bad for rates) but a 30yr fixed remains under 5%.
Last week’s answer: Little Stevie Wonder. This week — Guess who turns 63 today and win a $5.00 Starbucks gift card. Just email me your answer. Who am I: “My last name is Sarkisian. I’ve won Grammy, Emmy, and Academy awards. Since the economy was so bad last year I listed my Malibu, CA home for only $45 million. I’ve dated Warren Beatty, Gregg Allman, Elvis, Gene Simmons, Tom Cruise, and Val Kilmer. My heart though will always be with my ex-husband whose epitaph on his tombstone reads, “And the beat goes on.”