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Save Thousands With a HYBRID AGENT
What is a Hybrid Agent and should you consider one? In this blog post Brett Bonecutter, executive director at Lionsgate Real Estate Group, explains exactly what they are and why they are your best option next time you need help from a real estate professional. When...
When it’s time to buy a new home, one of the most important things to find is an affordable place to live. Orange County real estate is highly coveted and that’s why it comes with a hefty price tag. To help you find a great place to live that will fit your budget,...
With the real estate market regaining some steam over the past few years, people are turning to the industry again as a viable investment opportunity. Although the inherent risks are still there, the potential for a strong return on your investment is present too....
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When you work with a Hybrid Agent that is handling both the real estate and financing those big commissions don’t need to be so big. In fact, our agents can use those commissions to give you better financing.
Our Hybrid Agents are professionals who are applying the math in a way that maximizes your economic benefit.
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Complaint-Recovery Fund Notice
At each physical office, and on its website, a mortgage banker or an originator must conspicuously post a notice regarding complaints and recovery funds. 7 Tex. Admin. Code §81.200(c).
This notice is deemed to be conspicuously posted if a customer with 20/20 vision can read it from each place where he or she would typically conduct business or if it is included on a bulletin board, in plain view, on which all required notices to the general public (such as equal housing posters, licenses, etc.) are posted. If applicable, a notice is deemed conspicuously posted if prominently displayed on the website. 7 Tex. Admin. Code §81.200(d).