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Steps to Crafting an Winning Offer!

by Jane Fischer and Associates

In today’s blog post, we are going to discuss the steps in crafting an offer. The most important part of the home Buying process is crafting your offer. Being prepared for this process and well informed can help ensure that the dream home you find will be yours. Since this is the most technical part of buying, working with the Top Realtor Mason City IA can help ease your stress and help you get the best deal possible. Here is our step to step guide to offers for you to make a successful bid on your future home in Mason City IA!


1. Determine your limits. This includes your financial and lifestyle limits (i.e. your must haves). Once you know your limits, you can work with your agent on crafting an offer that is best for you.


2. Understand the documentation. Do some research ahead of time on offer forms so that you can understand the terminology. Ask your realtor to see some of the forms and ask any questions that you might have.


3. Set your price. The listing price is what the seller is opening the negotiation with. It is now your turn to provide an offer price. Work with your realtor to determine whether the asking price is fair based on comparable properties, how long it has been on the market, and other related factors. You want to make sure that you provide an offer price that is comfortably within your range and will also be attractive to the seller.


4. Prepare for your down payment. You should have a clear understanding of your finances before putting in an offer for the home. In order to get your mortgage, you will need to put in a down payment. While 20% is the standard for conventional loans, there are other options out there. Work with your lender to determine the option that work best with your finances.

 

5. Make an EMD. Consider making an earnest money deposit to show the seller you are serious about buying the home. Doing this can help you stand apart if the seller has received other offers. If the deal goes through, the money from the EMD will be applied to your down payment during closing.

 

6. Review contingencies. As a buyer, contingencies are especially important in protecting your investment. There are several contingencies that you might find within an offer, including home inspection, financing, appraisal, clear title, and home sale. Talk to your realtor about which ones need to be included. If there is a lot of competition for the home you are interested in, you might want to only include those contingencies you must have as to not scare the seller away.

 

7. Read all the details. It is important that you read every single detail, including the fine print, of a sales contract to avoid any surprises. Along with the obvious information included in these contracts, there is a property description section where the seller will specificy what items are being left behind with the house.

 

8. Set your settlement date. When you submit your sales contract, you will provide the seller with a proposed settlement date. This is how much time you have to obtain mortgage approval and complete a title search. It also gives the seller time to find their next property and move. Be flexible when you set the closing date to keep both you and the seller happy.

 

9. Write a letter. Along with the legal documentation, consider including a personal letter to the seller. You can com[;oment them on their property and tell them why you personally have fallen in love with it. Adding a personal, emotional touch to your offer can really help set you apart.

 

10. Be ready for a counter offer. Most real estate deals require some negotiation so do not be surprised or discouraged if the seller counters your offer. The preparation you did ahead of time and your relationship with your realtor can help you navigate this process with confidence.



We hope this blog gave you a some helpful information on the steps of making an offer! If you are ready to buy your dream home in North Iowa, search our Homes for Sale. Give our experienced Team a call today at 641-425-4900 or visit our website at http://www.janefischer.com/.

Stop Renting and Start Buying!

by Jane Fischer and Associates

In today’s blog post, we are going to discuss financial reasons why you should buy instead of rent. We understand that buying a home is a major step. If you are serious about your finances, though, it is time to stop renting and start buying! As a renter, you are helping someone else pay their mortgage and not receiving any of the financial benefit from it. Why make someone else money when you can invest in yourself and your future?! Check out the facts regarding renting versus buying costs and get ready to purchase your dream Mason City IA this spring!

 

Top Financial Reasons to Own a Home

1. Cheaper than renting.

2. Locked in monthly cost for housing.

3. Investment you utilize daily.

4. Forced savings.

5. Tax savings.


Need some stone cold facts? Research from the Federal Reserve shows that a homeowner’s net worth is 44 times greater than a renter. In addition, according to Pulsenomics, home values are expected to appreciate by 3.35% per year and grow by 24.34% cumulatively over the next five years. This means that homeowners are gaining equity from the moment they purchase their home this year!

 

We hope this blog gave you a some helpful insights into why you should BUY instead of rent! If you are ready to take the plunge and buy your first home, work with the Top Realtor Mason City IA! We can help you find the perfect property to fit your needs within the North Iowa Homes for Sale! Give our experienced Team a call today at 641-425-4900 or visit our website at http://www.janefischer.com/.

Tips for Home Buying and Selling this Spring!

by Jane Fischer and Associates

In today’s blog post, we are going to discuss tips for buying and selling your home this spring. As the temperatures heat up so does the housing market! Spring has always been known as the busiest season for real estate. Whether you are looking to buy or sell your Mason City IA home this time of year, there are a couple of things you should do to prepare. The market is going to heat up quickly so it is best to get started today! Follow these 5 Tips for Spring Home Buyers and 5 Tips for Spring Home Sellers to have the most success this season!

 

Buyers Tips

  1. Stay flexible. Use our Wants vs. Needs Checklist to help you determine what amenities and features you must have in your new home and what you are willing to sacrifice. Homes are going to move fast so it is best to focus on the essentials. Always have a Plan B and prepare yourself for potential deals that fall through.

  2. Budget realistically. Set your budget ahead of time and stick with it. Examine your own individual finances and how you spend your money in order to determine what you can actually afford. This will assist you before you meet with a lender and will also help you narrow your home search down to just those properties within your budgeted range.

  3. Set up financing early. Use our handy Loan Analysis Tool to help you start looking for available loans. Meet with several different lenders ahead of time so that you can receive competitive offers and find the best mortgage for you. Getting pre-approval for a loan before starting your search can help you stand out from the other buyers in the market since it shows sellers that you are serious and financially ready to buy.

  4. Work with a top agent. A real estate agent with a winning record can greatly help you throughout the home buying process. They are experts in the local market and well versed in negotiation skills. For your North Iowa home buying needs, work with Jane Fischer & Associates Real Estate Consultants. For 20+ years, we have dedicated ourselves to helping buyers find and move into their dream homes throughout our beautiful communities.

  5. Keep communication open. Your realtor is your main ally throughout the buying process. Stay in frequent communication with them throughout the process. Let them know whether you prefer to be contacted by phone or email so that communication lines stay open.

Sellers Tips

  1. Start today. Find out Your Home's Value so that you can price it correctly for the market. And, then prep your house for selling! Make sure you put the necessary time into your home in order to sell it quickly and for top dollar once it is listed.

  2. Work with Experienced Agent. Although you might want to sell your home on your own, research has shown that sellers receive more money and sell their home quicker by working with a realtor from the very beginning of the selling process.

  3. Think about your online presence. Most home buyers start their home search online. Help insure that your home stands apart from the competition by having a strong online listing. Talk to your realtor about video or drone footage as well as professional photos in order to determine what is the best course of action for your listing.

  4. Consider home improvements. While the thought of putting more money into the home you are leaving might seem silly, sellers usually receive higher than list value prices by making improvements before selling. There are many improvements that can be a worthwhile and offer you a great return on investment. Sign up for our Total Access for some great improvement ideas.

  5. Try, try again. There will be competition from other sellers out there this spring. Do not get discouraged if your home sits on the market for a few weeks or a deal falls through. Continue to work with your realtor to figure out the best option for you to be successful this spring.

We hope this blog gave you a some helpful tips for buying and selling this spring! If you are ready to enter the housing market this season, work with the Top Realtor Mason City IA! We can help you find the perfect property to fit your needs within the North Iowa Homes for Sale and/or help sell your home for top dollar! Give our experienced Team a call today at 641-425-4900 or visit our website at http://www.janefischer.com/.

 

Enjoy a Very "Hoppy" Easter in North Iowa!

by Jane Fischer and Associates

Easter is right around the corner! The Easter Bunny will soon be making appearances and hiding Easter Eggs throughout North Iowa to celebrate the holiday! Grab your Easter Baskets and your family for some holiday fun in our beautiful communities. There are great events for all ages! Mark your calendars with these events and enjoy a very "Hoppy" Easter!


 

Omelet Feed & Easter Egg Hunt

Date: Saturday, March 24th

Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm (Omelet Feed) | 10:00 am (Egg Hunt)

Location: Nora Springs Community Center (16 South Summit, Nora Springs)

Cost: $7 per adult | $3 per child ages 10 and under

 

Easter Egg Hunt

Date: Sunday, March 25

Time: 11:30 am

Location: North Iowa Area Community College Activity Center (500 College Drive, Mason City)

 

Easter Egg Hunt

Date: Friday, March 30th

Time: 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Location: Oakwood Care Center (400 US 18, Clear Lake)

 

Easter Egg Hunt

Date: Saturday, March 31st

Time: 9:30 am - 10:30 am

Location: Gazebo at City Park (Main Avenue, Clear Lake)

 

Spring Egg-stravaganza

Date: Saturday, March 31st

Time: 9:30 am - 10:30 am

Location: Fossil and Prairie Center (1227 215th Street, Rockford)

 

Photos with the Easter Bunny

Date: Saturday, March 31st

Time: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location: Willowbrook Mall (1631 4th Street Southwest, Mason City)


Easter Tea

Date: Saturday, March 31st

Time: 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location: The Decker House (119 2nd Street Southeast, Mason City)

Call (641) 423-4700 for reservations!

 

 

Holidays in North Iowa cannot be beat! Call this incredible area home and celebrate all year round! We can help you find the perfect property to fit your needs within the North Iowa Homes for Sale. Give our experienced Team a call today at (641) 425-4900 or visit our website at http://www.janefischer.com/.


St. Patrick's Day Celebrations in North Iowa!

by Jane Fischer and Associates

Lá Fhéile Pádraig Sona Daoibh! St. Patrick's Day is here! Don your best green outfit and celebrate your Irish pride throughout North Iowathis weekend!! Be sure to check out these great events and enjoy all that our communities have to offer!

Jane Fischer & Associates wishes everyone in North Iowa a very Happy St. Patrick’s Day!



🍀St. Patrick’s Day Party 🍀

Date: Saturday, March 17th

Time: 2:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location: Lake Time Brewery (801 Main Avenue, Suite C, Clear Lake)

Celebrate St. Patty's Day with your favorite Irish ales........including a festive green beer!


🍀St. Paddy's Day Bar Hop 🍀

Date: Saturday, March 17th

Time: 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location: Downtown Mason City (Main Street)

Explore your favorite downtown Mason spots, including 1910 Lounge, The Good Life, Lorados, Mason City Brewing, Quarry, Ransoms, Sportsman, and more. Each spot will have great drink specials for you to enjoy. Pick up your bar hop map and Shamrock pass for $8 per person or $15 for a pair.

 

🍀Sham-Rockin' & Rollin' with The Mockingbirds 🍀

Date: Saturday, March 17th

Time: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm | Doors open at 6:30 pm

Location: Clear Lake Arts Center (17 South 4th Street, Clear Lake)

Rock the evening away at Clear Lake Arts Center with The Mockingbirds. Along with great live music, enjoy wine, beer, and appetizers. Tickets cost $10 in advance and $12 at the door.

 

🍀St. Patrick’s Day with B&G 🍀

Date: Saturday, March 17th

Time: 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Location: Fat Hill Brewing (17 North Federal Avenue, Mason City)

After discovering his Irish heritage, Tom from Fat Hill Brewing wants to celebrate the holiday with all of you. Join him and the rest of his crew for an evening of festive fun! This event is open to those 21 and older.

 

🍀Irish Stew Dinner 🍀

Date: Sunday, March 18th

Time: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Location: St. Patrick's Catholic Church (1001 9th Avenue South, Clear Lake)

Fill your bellies with an AYCE Irish Stew dinner! Finish the meal with a delicious slice of homemade pie in a variety of flavors! Tickets are available in advance or at the door. You can also enjoy the meal at home with carryouts. This annual dinner is organized by St. Patrick's Knights of Columbus.  All money raised from the event help support many great local organizations.

 

 

There is no better place to spend holidays than North Iowa! Celebrate all year round by calling this incredible area home! We can help you find the perfect property to fit your needs within the North Iowa Homes for Sale. Give our experienced Team a call today at (641) 425-4900 or visit our website at http://www.janefischer.com/.

Why North Iowa is the Perfect Place to Retire!

by Jane Fischer and Associates

After spending your years dedicated to your career, you are ready to retire. Congrats! This is such an exciting life step. Now that you will have time to spare, you want to live in a community that offers plenty to do along with all of the amenities and facilities that you could possibly need. Look no further than North Iowa!! Although our area might not be recognized as a top retirement destination, it truly is the perfect place to find a home and enjoy your retired life! Still don't believe us?! Check out all that the communities of Mason City, Clear Lake, and the surrounding towns have to offer!

 

Arts & Entertainment

Despite it's smaller size, the North Iowa area is filled with incredible cultural amenities. Whether you love live music, art, history, or anything else, you will find it in Mason City and Clear Lake. Mason City is home to a rich history. Find incredible Music Man sites to explore. Check out the incredible architectural sites designed by the incomparable Frank Lloyd Wright. Learn about the history of the region by stepping back in time at the Kinney Pioneer Museum (9184 265th Street, Clear Lake). Browse the impressive collection of American art, Bil Baird puppets, and more at the Charles H. MacNider Art Museum  (303 2nd Street Southeast, Mason City). Enjoy incredible live performances at the Mason City Community Theatre (215 South Delaware Avenue, Mason City) and North Iowa Performing Arts Series at the North Iowa Community Auditorium (500 College Drive,Mason City) throughout the year. Dance the night away to live music at the world famous Surf Ballroom (460 North Shore Drive, Clear Lake). If you are looking for a bit for excitement and adenaline, check out the great events at North Iowa Events Center (3700 4th Street Southwest) and Mason City Motor Speedway (3700 4th Street Southwest).

 

Recreation

North Iowa is filled with endless recreational spaces for you to enjoy and stay active in retirement. You will find diverse landscapes to explore, well maintained biking and walking paths, and so many ways to enjoy some recreational fun in the great outdoors. Mason City has beautiful Parks located throughout the city that offer a wide variety of amenities. Water lovers will love living in Clear Lake with its stunning, blue waters. Find some of the best fishing in all of Iowa and relax on the stunning beaches at City Beach Park. Explore nature and view wildlife at McIntosh Woods and Clear Lake State Park. Looking forward to spending your retirement on the green? There are so many golf courses in North Iowa. Highland Park Golf Course (944 17th Street Northeast, Mason City) and Pine Creek Golf Course (15566 317th Street, Mason City) are courses open to the public. The Mason City Country Club (3331 19th Street Southwest, Mason City) offers world class golf to its members as well as an amazing array of amenities.

 

Amenities

North Iowa offers all of the amenities and facilities you could possibly need. Find everything for yourself and your home at the many Shopping facilities. Grab a delicious bite to eat at the Restaurants in the region. Take advantage of the world class health care provided through Mercy Medical Center - North Iowa (1000 4th Street Southwest) and its affiliated clinics.

 


Ready to enjoy retired life in North Iowa? Work with the Top Realtor Mason City IA! We can help you find the perfect property to fit your needs within the North Iowa Homes for Sale. Give our experienced Team a call today at 641-425-4900 or visit our website at http://www.janefischer.com/.

Considering Downsizing? Help is Here!

by Jane Fischer and Associates

In today’s blog post, we are going to discuss downsizing. Although you love your current Mason City IA home, it no longer fits your lifestyle needs. Whether all your children have moved out, you recently retired, or want to live a more sustainable lifestyle, there are multiple reasons why homeowners choose to downsize. You may be moving into a smaller space but there are large considerations that need to be had when you start thinking about this move.

 

Downsizing your North Iowa Home

Questions to Ask Yourself When Considering Downsizing


1. Does size matter? What will I miss about a larger home?

We often equate size with status...after all "bigger is better". Consider how much this matters to you and whether you can readjust this conventional thinking based on your new needs. Also consider what you like about your current home. Weigh out the features and amenities you enjoy about your current home with the benefits of owning a smaller home (i.e. less time spent cleaning).


2. How will a smaller home affect other life events?

Life can be unpredictable. Although your children might have moved out, you never know what circurmstances might arise that could cause them to need a place to stay for a while. Consider whether a smaller home can fit any potential situations that might occur now and into the future. Your new, small home should fit all of your emotional, financial, and physical needs.

 

3. What will the cost be for me?

Logically, a smaller home will cost you less than a larger one. However, you should consider the costs related to downsizing. Fewer rooms means less space for your stuff. There will be some costs accured for replacing furniture, since downsizing your home means also downsizing your furniture. Also, consider whether there are costs to getting rid of items and possessions that won't fit in the new space. Finally, make sure that the price you get for selling your current home will help cover the costs of buying a new home.

 

Finding the Right Home

If after asking yourself those questions above you know that downsizing is the right move for you, then you are ready to start searching for a home. There are many things to consider when downsizing. The first has to do with the style of home. If you want something low maintenance, consider a townhouse or condo. Just make sure you consider the HOA fees when figuring out our budget. For those that prefer a single family home, consider the layout of the home and make sure it will fit your physical needs now and in the years to come. Avoid older homes that might require renovations or continual upkeep. Be sure to understand how small you are willing to go and begin to make adjustments to ensure your lifestyle needs will be met in a smaller space. Along with the home itself, you want to consider the neighborhood. You should determine whether you want your smaller home to be in a pedestrian friendly area, close to all necessarily amenities. Consider whether you want to live in a tight knit community with other residents at the same life stages as you. Work with an experienced North Iowa realtor to help you find the perfect home in the perfect location for you.

 


We hope this blog gave you a some helpful insights into downsizing. If you are ready to take this next step, work with the Top Realtor Mason City IA! We can help you find the perfect property to fit your needs within the North Iowa Homes for Sale. Give our experienced Team a call today at 641-425-4900 or visit our website at http://www.janefischer.com/.

Find A Million Ideas for Your North Iowa Home & Garden!

by Jane Fischer and Associates

 

 

Find “A Million Ideas to Take Home” this weekend at the 27th Annual North Iowa Home & Landscaping Show!! If you are looking to update your North Iowa home and/or garden this Spring, you do not want to miss this great event!


Learn helpful tips, discover unique project ideas, talk to vendors, see samples, and attend informational seminars! Meet with experts in all these fields: Remodelers, Decorating, Home Builders, Kitchens, Bath Repair, Carpet, Flooring, Doors, Windows, Sunrooms, Heating & Cooling, Water Treatment, Insulation, Fireplaces, Saunas, Siding, Energy Saving Products, Security, Garage, Paving, Landscaping, Gardens, Lawns Equipment, Mowers, Grills, Hot Tubs, and so much more!


The 2018 North Iowa Home Show is taking place Friday, February 23rd, through Sunday, February 25th, at the North Iowa Events Center (3700 4th Street Southwest, Mason City). General admission tickets are $5.00 per person. Children 12 and under are FREE! Get a special discount coupon HERE!

 

 

2018 North Iowa Home Show Seminar Schedule

Friday, February 23rd

  • 4:30 pm | Crafting Cool and Creative Containers | Don Engebretson
  • 6:00 pm | Three Steps To A More Energy Efficient Home | Rob Buchanan
  • 7:00 pm | Design Secrets to a Beautiful Yard and Garden | Don Engebretson
 

 

 

Saturday, February 24th

  • 11:00 am | Crafting Cool and Creative Containers | Don Engebretson
  • Noon | Kitchen and Home Remodeling Tips | Lynne & Jennifer Breister
  • 1:30 pm | Design Secrets to a Beautiful Yard and Garden | Don Engebretson
  • 3:00 pm | Three Steps To A More Energy Efficient Home | Rob Buchanan
  • 4:00 pm | Building a New HomeGetting Started | Todd Redig
  • 5:00 pm | Crafting Cool and Creative Containers | Don Engebretson
 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday, February 25th

  • Noon | Really Cool Plants for Iowa Gardens | Don Engebretson
  • 1:00 pm | Building a New HomeGetting Started | Todd Redig
  • 2:00 pm | Crafting Cool and Creative Containers | Don Engebretson
 

 

 

For more great home renovation tips, our Team is here to help! Check out our Website and visit our Facebook Page!

 

 

Image Credit: Iowa Show Productions  

Relocation Help is Here for North Iowa!

by Jane Fischer and Associates

In today’s blog post we are going to discuss Relocating for a new job. Congrats! You just received a job offer in North Iowa! It is time to move! Starting a new job and finding a new home at the same time can be a difficult process. Loan approval is dependent on proof that you can afford the mortgage. Your income and employment history are the best indicators of what you can afford. Although this can be a stressful time, it is possible to do both at once! Here is some important information to know about relocating.


 

What should I know before getting a mortgage?

Promotions are positive financial moves. If you are earning better pay or benefits or moving to a similar position at a new job, you should be able to Obtain a Mortgage with no problem. Be prepared to share your offer letter, with salary confirmation, to your lender. They will need to verify that you have been in the position for at least 30 days to determine what you can afford for the mortgage. It is important to note that if your position is commissioned based, these earnings are often excluded from loan amounts as they are difficult to prove in a new role.

How do I obtain a mortgage with new employment?

As long as your new position makes financial sense, obtaining a mortgage should not be difficult. The lender will want to see your employment history. Frequent job changes or large gaps in employment can be red flags for lenders. Have all of your past employment information available for your lender.

How can I get a home loan when relocating?

It is always in your best interest to secure your living arrangement before you move. Consider renting in the new location for at least 30 days in order to provide the lender with time to verify your new position. This gives you time to provide your first pay stub as well as get to know the community you are living in to find the perfect neighborhood for you. However, if you are not interested in renting, you can take the plunge into home ownership right away. Recognize that buying a new home and selling your old home takes time. Determine whether you can afford two mortgages at once in the case your old home does not sell right away. Find out what you can afford by using our Home Loan Finder tool.

 

What are Relocation Packages?

Many companies can help with your relocation process. They can offer a wide variety of options. These range from covering moving costs to assisting with down payments or closing costs to Guaranteed Buy Outs (when the company purchases your old home at its appraised value when it doesn't sell within a particular timeframe) or more. Find out what your new company offers to see what sort of assistance they might be able to provide. Any relocation package can significantly help you obtain a mortgage in your new location.


We hope this blog gave you a some helpful insights into relocation. However, we realize that you might still have some more questions. For more Home Buying Tips, give our experienced Team a call, visit our website, or check out our Facebook Page. We are here to help if you're considering Buying, Selling, or Investing in Real Estate in the North Iowa. Contact us today at 641-425-4900 or http://www.janefischer.com/.

 

What to Know About Contingency Offers

by Jane Fischer and Associates

In today’s blog post we are going to discuss contingency offers. During your search for a new home, you find that many have Contingent Offer statuses. It is important to understand what these are and whether or not you want to proceed with that particular property. Contingent offers are standard in real estate contracts. They mean that once an offer has been made by the buyer and accepted by the seller, the final sale is contingent upon a set of criteria. There are 3 major contingencies you will find: Home Inspection, Appraisal, and Mortgage. These contingencies allow the buyer to back out of the sale within a certain amount of time and regain their deposit if something goes wrong.


 

HOME INSPECTION CONTINGENCY

The one contingency that you almost always want to have is the home inspection contingency. This gives the buyer the right to have the home professionally inspected before the deal is finalized. A good inspection will find anything wrong with the house. When an issue is found, the buyer can ask the seller to fix it or back out of the sale.

 

APPRAISAL CONTINGENCY

The appraisal contingency means that the lender will hire a third party to evaluate the fair market value of the home. If the appraised value comes in less than the sale price, the buyer can back out of the deal. This helps protect the buyer from overpaying for a home. Here is an example. A home is selling for $250,000. Your loan covers 90% and you need to put down 10% upfront. The home is appraised for $215,000. The loan will now be for $193,500, covering 90% of the appraised value. This means instead of paying a down payment of $25,000 you now are expected to pay $56,500. If the seller will not lower the price based on the appraised value, the buyer can walk away and get their deposit back. In a market with a lot of competition, buyers might want to waive this contingency to be more appealing to the seller. However, realize that waiving this can be a risky move. You can always ask for a second appraisal and present the lender with evidence as to why the home is worth more. This might enable you to secure a loan for the full amount.

 

MORTGAGE CONTINGENCY

The mortgage contingency protects both the buyer and seller by ensuring that the proper finances are in place before getting into a sale. This contingency gives the buyer a certain period of time to obtain a loan that covers the mortgage. If a loan cannot be secured, the buyer can exit the sale with their deposit. This contingency can be easily avoided by knowing that you qualify as soon as you start the home buying process. Use our Loan Analysis tool to help find out what you can afford.

 

We hope this blog gave you a some helpful insights into contingency offers. However, we realize that you might still have some more questions. For more Home Buying Tips, give our experienced Team a call, visit our website, or check out our Facebook Page. We are here to help if you're considering Buying, Selling, or Investing in Real Estate in the North Iowa. Contact us today at 641-425-4900 or http://www.janefischer.com/.


 

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