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Mortgage Loan Options to Outsmart Student Debt

Mon, Jun 19th 2017 12:15 pm by Lara Schellenger Real Estate

Don't let student loan debt crush your dream of homeownership! It's commonly known that owning your own home is one of the smartest financial decisions you can make, but are you worried that you won’t be able to because of your student loan debt? Student loans are definitely a drag, but they don’t have to prevent you from buying a home. You just have to use a Realtor® and a Lender that know how to work with them! We appreciate working with Daniel Schneider, Senior Loan Officer at Starkey Mortgage, because he is really knowledgeable about the different loan products and how each of them consider student loan debt. Daniel does a great job of educating our clients on those differences and ...

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Is Solar Right for You?

Mon, Jan 16th 2017 11:45 am by Lara Schellenger Real Estate

The option to add solar panels to your home is becoming more widely available in the Charleston area, but have you thought about how much value it truly brings to your home? The various solar companies are quick to advertise, "FREE Solar!", and "Tax benefits expiring soon!" There are many questions you should consider when deciding if this feature is right for you and your home. We recently helped a client sell their home after having solar panels installed, and we'd like to share with you what we learned from that experience.

Our clients were sold on the idea of reducing their energy bills, locking in a standard cost for their energy use, and adding value to their home. Those are al...

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Meet The Evangelista Team

Sun, Jan 1st 2017 1:55 pm by Lara Schellenger Real Estate

Tracy and Lara

“When you have the heart of a teacher, you’re willing to take the time in every presentation to teach. It doesn’t matter if you’re having a conversation with a first-time homebuyer or a seasoned seller; if you’re taking the listing or negotiating an offer. Every conversation is an educational opportunity.”

Even though technically our license says, “salesman,” we approach our role with the heart of a teacher. Instead of trying to convince someone to do something, we help our clients discover what their options are, explaining the pros and cons of each of those options, and then letting them make the decision that is best for them and their families. That’s what a trusted advisor doe...

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