41645 Little Road, Clinton Township, MI 48036
4 Beds 3 Full Baths 2,900 sq ft
Residential Listing #218016041
OPEN HOUSE Sunday, March 25, 2018
10:30 AM — 12:30 PM
What an amazing setting; private, gated, and overlooking the North branch of the Clinton River. Fabulous home on over 2 acres with beautiful gates, and a long, winding, treed driveway that circles around a magnificent fountain in front of your new home.
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18190 Hogan Drive, Macomb Township, MI 48042
5 Beds 3 Full Baths 3,210 sq ft
Residential Listing #218023365
Saturday, March 24, 2018 at 3:00 PM — 5:00 PM
Sunday, March 25, 2018 at 3:00 PM — 6:00 PM
Incredible home, Must See! Over $60,000 in pre construction builder upgrades inside the home. Over $42,000 in exterior landscaping which include stamped concrete patios and walkway with built in fire pit and LED lighting outside. Owner also contributed over $11,000 (+labor) in interior upgrades that include crown molding, wainscoting, and custom stone work throughout the home. Open loft upstairs for additional living space. Vaulted ceiling in the master bedroom with walk-in closet and ensuite. Main floor bedroom and full bath. This home has incredible finishes and is move in ready!
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Don’t wait until you’re ready to move to start preparing financially to buy a home.
If you’re like the vast majority of home buyers, you will choose to finance your purchase with a mortgage loan. By preparing in advance, you can avoid the common delays and roadblocks many buyers face when applying for a mortgage.
The requirements to secure a mortgage may seem overwhelming, especially if you’re a first-time buyer. But we’ve outlined three simple steps to get you started on your path to homeownership.
Even if you’re a current homeowner, it’s a good idea to prepare in advance so you don’t encounter any surprises along the way. Lending requirements have become more rigorous in recent years, and changes to your credit history, debt levels, job type and other factors could impact your chances of approval.
It’s never too early to start preparing to buy a home. Follow these three steps to begin laying the foundation for your future home purchase today!
STEP 1: CHECK YOUR CREDIT SCORE
Your credit score is one of the first things a lender will check to see if you qualify for a loan. It’s a good idea to review your credit report and score yourself before you’re ready to apply for a mortgage. If you have a low score, you will need time to raise it. And sometimes fraudulent activity or erroneous information will appear on your report, which can take months to correct.
The credit score most lenders use is your FICO score, a weighted score developed by the Fair Isaac Corporation that takes into account your payment history (35%), amounts owed (30%), length of credit history (15%), new credit (10%), and credit mix (10%).1
Base FICO scores range from 300 to 850. A higher FICO score will help you qualify for a lower mortgage interest rate, which will save you money.2
We frequently get questions from clients who are taking on decorating and remodeling projects and want to ensure their dollars are invested wisely.
Which looks will last for years to come, and which ones will feel dated quickly? What colors and styles are most popular among buyers in our area? How can I add the most value to my home?
So we’ve rounded up some of the hottest trends in home design to help guide you through the process. Whether you’ve planned a simple refresh or a full-scale renovation, making smart and informed design choices will help you maximize your return on investment … and minimize the chance of “remodeler’s remorse” down the road.
WHAT’S HOT NOW
While 2017 was all about millennial pink, brass fixtures and bright white kitchens, this year we expect to see a move toward warmer, cozier elements throughout the home.
- Warm Colors
A cool color scheme has dominated home design in recent years, but this year warm neutrals like brown and tan are back, along with rich jewel tones. While the pastel craze of last year is still hanging on, expect to see alternative color palettes featuring deep, saturated shades of red, yellow, green and navy. Grey will remain popular, but in warmer tones, often referred to as “greige.”
- Cozy Elements
Along with warmer colors, we can expect to see a shift from stark, modern design to cozier looks. Velvet upholstery, woven textures and natural elements, like wood and stone, will heat things up this year.