December 2016

Found 5 blog entries for December 2016.

Instant Home Value

Don't Make That Same Mistake

Hi this is Carlos Martinez with The NMWelcomeHome Team.

Selling your home can be an exciting time for any homeowner. However, if your house never receives real offers, it can be a very frustrating experience.

Too often I see homeowners that relist their home with the same agent, with the same old marketing strategy, praying for a different result. Don’t make the same mistake as those people and let me get you a better result.

If you would like to know more about the marketing strategies we use please contact me at (505) 923-4691 or email me at Carlos@NMWelcomeHome.com

Selling a home in Albuquerque or Rio Rancho NM. Call us today!

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Hi my name is Carlos Martinez Team Leader with The NMWelcomeHome Team.

We just wanted to check in and see if your needs are being met. Are we providing the best service? Do the homes we send you fit your criteria, price range, and square footage? Give us a call at (505-923-4691) and let us know how the service is and what we can do better.

Thank you and don't forget to continue to visit www.nmwelcomehome.com.

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What does it cost to hire a Buyer's Agent?

Hi I am Carlos Martinez with the NMWelcomeHome Team.

What if you could hire someone to protect your interests at no cost to you? Well, you can.

When you hire a buyer’s agent, their fee is covered by the seller.

If you have any other questions about a buyers agent call me at (505) 923-4691 or by email homes@nmwelcomehome.com.

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It is known that getting a mortgage loan for a home in Albuquerque NM or anywhere can be confusing and sometimes frustrating. Ahh who am I kidding, it is always frustrating and one of the most common question we have is what is an Annual Percentage Rate (APR). Below is one of the definitions offered.

The interest rate is the cost of borrowing the principal loan amount. It can be variable or fixed, but it's always expressed as a percentage.

The APR is a broader measure of the cost of your mortgage because it reflects the interest rate, as well as other costs such as broker fees, discount points and some closing costs. The APR is also expressed as a percentage.

Let us break this down. Most buyers look for the best interest rate, actually the

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