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Real Estate Agent - Keller Williams



Changes in the Mortgage Rules will go in effect Aug. 1 Here are the four key parts of the new regulation you need to know: Initial Disclosures. Under the new rules, initial disclosures must be provided to the borrower for all loan types within three (3) business days of when an application is tak...
Last week, The National Association of REALTORS® reported that existing home sales - which include single-family, townhomes, condominiums and co-ops - increased 3.6 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.89 million units in June. This is third consecutive month that NAR has reported an...
Waters Edge subdivision is back and going strong. We have one home completed with 4 more being built. Price range is from $200-$250,000. Wonderful quality with hardwoods, granite counters, custom built cabinets, architectural shingles, covered patios/decks, upgrade appliances and much more. Best ...
New Appraisal Code Causes Chaos The new "code of conduct" that was supposed to protect lenders and borrowers from faulty appraisals has caused higher costs, delays and considerable chaos in home sales and loan refinances. Mortgage brokers, appraisers and real estate agents are up in arms over the...
Arkansas Business reports the top 10 Real Estate Companies in Arkansas.  Of the top 10 Keller Williams is one of 2 companies that reported sales gains over the previous year.  Dana Powell, broker for KW, attributes this increase to the training at KW and learning how to sell in a shifting market....
In Arkansas and elsewhere, economy stable By Nelson Chenault for USA TODAY LM Glasfiber, a windmill blade maker in Little Rock, aims to team with another firm to hire 1,500. ECONOMICALLY STABLE Enlarge By Nelson Chenault, USA TODAY Michael Taylor and Donny Pointer work on a project at Pulaski Tec...

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