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Friday, October 12, 2018

Buying a Home? Do You Know the Lingo? #INFOGRAPHIC #TimeToBuy #HyperLocal #ChrisBJohnsonRealtor

Buying a Home? Do You Know the Lingo? #INFOGRAPHIC #TimeToBuy #HyperLocal #ChrisBJohnsonRealtor: #5StarREALTOR® Number 1 Realtor in Moorpark & Camarillo*, Top Three Realtor’s in Ventura County*, *AR Best Real Estate Agent, Luxury Home Auction Sp...

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Real Estate Agent with Allison James Elite CA. BRE 01501699
 
Your home is probably the biggest asset you own. This is why you should hire a professional to guide youthrough all your real estate transactions. My goal is to help 24 to 28 families each year either buy or sellhome. I am NOT interested in Selling 100 or 200 homes a year because I would not be able to give each family the time, attention and energy they deserve....
Buying a Home? Do You Know the Lingo? [INFOGRAPHIC] | MyKCM

Some Highlights:

  • Buying a home can be intimidating if you are not familiar with the terms used during the process.
  • To start you on your path with confidence, we have compiled a list of some of the most common terms used when buying a home.
  • The best way to ensure that your home-buying process is a confident one is to find a real estate professional who not only puts your family’s needs first, but will guide you through every aspect of the transaction with ‘the heart of a teacher.’

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Chris B. Johnson is a REALTOR® who Specializes in Short Sale and REO Transactions. Chris has been Certified as a California Association of Realtors HAFA Specialist, a National Association of Realtors Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource, Chris B Johnson Realtor is a Certified Distressed Property Expert, Certified Short Sale Negotiator, Certified Default Advocate and Certified Pre-Foreclosure Specialist. With a full time staff dedicated to short sale negotiations and transactions, we have been successful with (almost) every short sale to date.  LinkedIn Pro    UpNest    What's Your Home Worth?


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