Alex Kaufmann
Coldwell Banker Realty

 

List of Updates regarding Covid 19.

 

Let’s discuss some of the factors that will need to play out when we get an offer.

( title search, financial contingencies, etc.)

During this unprecedented time, the process may move slower than normal due to court closures and social distancing. I want you to know that I will be here every step of the way to communicate any updates and make sure your transaction is handled with speed and care.

 

Im here to help in these  times with any questions regardless call text me 305-801-2345

We’re all being impacted by COVID-19 in different ways. Check out these resources and let me know how I canhelp!

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CARES Act – Independent Contractors FAQ

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law on Friday, March 27, 2020. These measures are meant to provide relief to those individuals and businesses negatively impacted by the outbreak of Covid-19. We’ve compiled an FAQ of what this means for independent contractors, specifically those in real estate. https://blog.coldwellbanker.com/cares-act-faq-independent-contractors/

 

 

Safe Home Appraisal Alternatives


 How to Stay Financially Afloat 
 

Financial Options for Homeowners

 

FAQ Knowledge Center from our In House Financing:   

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the real estate and mortgage industries are quickly implementing technology that makes it possible to adhere to social-distancing practices and still safely and securely buy or refinance a home.

 

Important Forebearance FAQs  

 
There’s little doubt that COVID-19 has changed our lives significantly over the last few weeks. 
 
With all the mixed information out there, we wanted to share a forbearance resource to help you better understand recent legislation enacted to help you and other homeowners impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
Signed into law on March 27, 2020, The Coronavirus, Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act signed by President Trump on March 27, 2020 (the “CARES Act”) provides assistance to borrowers with eligible mortgages who are experiencing a financial hardship that is due, directly or indirectly, to the COVID-19 national emergency. As part of the law, affected borrowers may request and receive forbearance for mortgage payments on eligible loans, allowing the borrower to reduce or suspend payments for a specified period of time. Our summary will help answer:
 
  The requirements for forbearance under the CARES Act
 
  What forbearance is and isn’t
 
  How electing forbearance could impact your clients’ personal financial situation
 
 
If you have concerns regarding making mortgage payments, encourage them to review our COVID-19 Resource Guide.
 

 

 

Buying a Home, From Home

You can take advantage of all-time low interest rates and do much of the home buying process from the comfort of your home. As our nation deals with the threat of COVID- 19, I'm offering the following services to maintain your health, safety, and peace of mind.

Virtual Tours

I'm happy to preview homes you are interested in by offering a virtual tour. Ask questions during a live video tour or I can send you a recording!

Email Notes and Seller Disclosures

Often, there are seller disclosures and notes associated with a listing that are not available to consumers. I can email you details about your top listings.

Private Showing

With regard to social distancing, we can set up a private showing to ensure no other potential buyers are viewing the home at the same time.

With interest rates at an all-time low, it is a great time to buy! And with today's technology, much of the process can be done from your home. Please feel free to reach out with any questions. 305-801-2345

 contact me

https://www.waterfrontmiamiluxury.com 

 

 

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