Saturday, August 2, 2008
The seller funded down payment assistance is set to end on October 1st so if you are a first time home buyer who can't purchase a home without the aid, you'll want to get busy as you have less than 60 days left.
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
If you are looking for homes any where in the US and would like free access to all the MLS listings in your area, visit www.mlsmaps.com.
For more information regarding Minnesota FHA loans and Minnesota down payment assistance programs, visit www.firsthomeguide.com
Monday, March 31, 2008
in Minneapolis area
If you are interested in buying a fabulous foreclosure, and would like to get in on one of our area tours, please contact me. We are planning several "Foreclosure Power Tours" through our Minnesota Exit Realty affiliates. We will target specific areas of the Twin Cities, and will be accompanied by experts in the real estate industry who can guide you through the houses, and answer your questions about finding and financing foreclosures in Minnesota. It will be fun....and it's FREE.
Wednesday, March 12, 2008
Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Stay tuned as First Home Guide is adding new real estate agents and their listings everyday.
Saturday, February 23, 2008
Dallas home buyers can also view our online first time home buyers seminar 24hours a day
Thursday, February 14, 2008
Wednesday, January 16, 2008
Save time and effort searching for properties online using the following tools:
SearchSaverSM allows you to:
* Save your searches and receive email notifications whenever new listings match
* Choose email notifications for only new listings or for new and updated listings
* Save as many searches as you like
Favorites allows you to:
* Save listings to your Favorites folder with one click
* Email your Favorites to your Realtor, a co-buyer, or a friend
* Save as many Favorites as you like
Check out http://www.AllMinneapolisRealEstate.com
Sunday, January 13, 2008
First home Guide will be adding an online First Time Home Buyer Seminar in late January in response to all the inquiries from first time home buyers around the country. Home buyers will be able to access the seminar anytime from anywhere and pause it and return whenever time permits. This is a general first home buyer seminar and First Home Guide will be adding more specific seminars in the near future on topics like FHA Loans, buying foreclosures, credit repair and more.
If you have an idea for a first time home buyer topic that you would like us to cover, please email us at email@example.com or visit us at www.firsthomeguide.com.
Monday, January 7, 2008
Imagine doing a Google search for real estate in your city and clicking on the first listing that comes up in Google’s search results because we think it will be relevant, only to find a bunch of regurgitated facts and figures about buying and selling a home and 3 “featured listings”. Well that’s what many home shoppers are finding on the internet today. Thousands of Realtors have web sites that simply do not deliver what savvy internet home buyers are searching for, inventory!!.
The good news is that there are some Realtor sites that offer their visitors exactly what they are looking for, most of the homes for sale in their local area. It is called the MLS or Multiple Listing Service and it’s the very same system that Realtors have been using to buy and sell our homes for many years. Surprisingly, while roughly 600,000 plus real estate agents have web sites, very few of those actually offer their visitors access to the “holy grail” and as a result, are disappointing visitors who found them with searches like; “Denver real estate”, Orlando real estate, etc.
The best way for consumers to cut through the waste of Realtor web sites and quickly find sites that show thousands of homes for sale in their area is to search using terms like “Miami mls listings”, “Dallas mls listings”, or “Memphis mls search” etc. When you use the more specific term “mls” in your search phrase, only sites that have the term mls somewhere on the page will come up and most of these will offer you access to the biggest database of homes for sale in your area.
An even quicker way to find these useful local real estate web sites is to visit www.mlsmaps.com. MLS Maps has created a national MLS directory which gives you direct access to the MLS listings in 230 cities in the
For further explanation on how the MLS can help you search for real estate, read;
How to search for homes when you don’t want to be bothered by a real estate agent, and
How to find a home in exactly the neighborhood where you want to live