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Friday, September 15, 2017

More than just a place to waste away, Margaritaville is going to be HUGE

More than just a place to waste away, Margaritaville is going to be HUGE: With billions in new investment currently under construction or planned, Highway 192 in Kissimmee is going through one of the biggest transformations ever. One of...

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Presented by Dawn Deegan, Broker/Owner of Make A Brilliant Move Realty. Dawn holds the designations of ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative), CRS (Certified Residential Specialist), GRI (Graduate Realtor® Institute), Short Sale Foreclosure Resource (SFR), and is a Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE). She is Quality Service Certified (QSC), holds the Transnational Referral Certification (TRC), and is Gold Key Certified. Dawn is devoted to providing only the best possible services and expertise to her Buyers and Sellers of residential Real Estate in the Greater Orlando area. This area includes Windermere, Orlando, Winter Park, Baldwin Park, and Davenport. Dawn’s emphasis is on achieving the best possible prices through thorough market knowledge, communications, and transactional expertise, resulting in a quality experience for the Buyer or Seller of Real Estate. Contact Dawn Deegan at 407 488 8074 or at DawnDeegan@gmail.com Visit her at www.MakeABrilliantMove.com

Monday, May 29, 2017

MEMORIAL DAY

We honor the fallen, on this MEMORIAL DAY. Their Service and Sacrifice is never forgotten. 

                                                                                                                                            photo Associated Press



Dawn Deegan, Broker/Owner of Make A Brilliant Move Realty. Dawn holds the designations of ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative), CRS (Certified Residential Specialist), GRI (Graduate Realtor® Institute), Short Sale Foreclosure Resource (SFR), and is a Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE). She is Quality Service Certified (QSC), holds the Transnational Referral Certification (TRC), and is Gold Key Certified. Dawn is devoted to providing only the best possible services and expertise to her Buyers and Sellers of residential Real Estate in the Greater Orlando area. This area includes Windermere, Orlando, Winter Park, Baldwin Park, and Davenport. Dawn’s emphasis is on achieving the best possible prices through thorough market knowledge, communications, and transactional expertise, resulting in a quality experience for the Buyer or Seller of Real Estate. Contact Dawn Deegan at 407 488 8074 or at DawnDeegan@gmail.com Visit her at www.MakeABrilliantMove.com

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Common Homebuying Disagreements in Couples, Broken Down

Expecting your relationship with your significant other to go smoothly during the home buying process? See what issues couples disagree with the most. According to our REALTOR® Magazine, "Couples who have been together a longer time tend to be more harmonious in the home-buying process, according to the survey. Those who had been together five or more years disagreed frequently only 14 percent of the time when searching for a home. On the other hand, couples who have been together for four years or less disagreed twice as much, with nearly 30 percent disagreeing frequently or more often.
"So, what are couples disagreeing about? Their top disagreements were the level of debt to take on (49 percent); the style of home to purchase (46 percent); size of house (45 percent); and whether or not to buy a house in need of renovation (43 percent), according to the survey. "
Here's the Pictogram, to help.
Remember: Choose your battles wisely! And hire a trusted REALTOR® to assist you with the process. She will be able to guide you to keep the squabbles down to a minimum! DawnDeegan@gmail.com
http://www.greaterorlandorealestate.com/first-time-home-buyers/ 
Dawn Deegan, Broker/Owner of Make A Brilliant Move Realty. Dawn holds the designations of ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative), CRS (Certified Residential Specialist), GRI (Graduate Realtor® Institute), Short Sale Foreclosure Resource (SFR), and is a Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE). She is Quality Service Certified (QSC), holds the Transnational Referral Certification (TRC), and is Gold Key Certified. Dawn is devoted to providing only the best possible services and expertise to her Buyers and Sellers of residential Real Estate in the Greater Orlando area. This area includes Windermere, Orlando, Winter Park, Baldwin Park, and Davenport. Dawn’s emphasis is on achieving the best possible prices through thorough market knowledge, communications, and transactional expertise, resulting in a quality experience for the Buyer or Seller of Real Estate. Contact Dawn Deegan at 407 488 8074 or at DawnDeegan@gmail.com Visit her at www.MakeABrilliantMove.com

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Orlando #1 in US Tourism

Orlando Business Journal says, "Orlando remains the undisputed champion of U.S. tourism, welcoming more than 68 million visitors in 2016."
  
Big news as this is 2M more than the year prior.   

In addition, BizJournals states, "That's great news for the region as more visitors tend (to) support the need for more.... in addition to encouraging real estate investors to snap up property here."    http://www.bizjournals.com/orlando/news/2017/05/11/orlando-sets-another-visitation-record-still.html

And that is news this REALTOR® especially likes!  Parts of the Kissimmee and Davenport areas are particularly known for their Vacation / Investment type of ownership, where the Buyer purchases a fully furnished home for Vacation purposes, utilizing the property for themselves, family and friends for a few short weeks of the year, while otherwise short-term renting the home to vacationers, both domestic and from abroad. This has the effect of carrying the expenses of the home, while accruing equity.  

For more information on Vacation Properties, and especially for the International Customer, please visit me at greaterorlandorealestate.com 

Contact me for assistance on your Vacation and International Real Estate Transaction. 
More Skill. More Care. 
http://www.greaterorlandorealestate.com/international/


Dawn Deegan, Broker/Owner of Make A Brilliant Move Realty. Dawn holds the designations of ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative), CRS (Certified Residential Specialist), GRI (Graduate Realtor® Institute), Short Sale Foreclosure Resource (SFR), and is a Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE). She is Quality Service Certified (QSC), holds the Transnational Referral Certification (TRC), and is Gold Key Certified. Dawn is devoted to providing only the best possible services and expertise to her Buyers and Sellers of residential Real Estate in the Greater Orlando area. This area includes Windermere, Orlando, Winter Park, Baldwin Park, and Davenport. Dawn’s emphasis is on achieving the best possible prices through thorough market knowledge, communications, and transactional expertise, resulting in a quality experience for the Buyer or Seller of Real Estate. Contact Dawn Deegan at 407 488 8074 or at DawnDeegan@gmail.com Visit her at www.MakeABrilliantMove.com

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Orlando #2 in Nation for Best City for Job Seekers

http://www.bizjournals.com/orlando/news/news-wire/2017/05/01/looking-for-a-job-go-west-and-south-says-a-new.html

Are you considering a move to the Orlando area, or preparing a new home for your new promotion? Visit me at GreaterOrlandoRealEstate.com to search up to the minute listings. 

Presented by Dawn Deegan, Broker/Owner of Make A Brilliant Move Realty. Dawn holds the designations of ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative), CRS (Certified Residential Specialist), GRI (Graduate Realtor® Institute), Short Sale Foreclosure Resource (SFR), and is a Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE). She is Quality Service Certified (QSC), holds the Transnational Referral Certification (TRC), and is Gold Key Certified. Dawn is devoted to providing only the best possible services and expertise to her Buyers and Sellers of residential Real Estate in the Greater Orlando area. This area includes Windermere, Orlando, Winter Park, Baldwin Park, and Davenport. Dawn’s emphasis is on achieving the best possible prices through thorough market knowledge, communications, and transactional expertise, resulting in a quality experience for the Buyer or Seller of Real Estate. Contact Dawn Deegan at 407 488 8074 or at DawnDeegan@gmail.com . Visit her at www.MakeABrilliantMove.com

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Fla. has 4 of top 5 ‘hottest’ single-family markets





IRVINE, Calif. – Jan. 10, 2017 – Among the 50 largest U.S. markets, the top five (in order) were Orlando, Palm Beach County, Fort Lauderdale, Tampa and Dallas, according to Ten-X, an online marketplace. Each metro area had "a vigorous combination of consistently strong demand, home price appreciation, and economic and demographic growth."
While Florida metros again dominated the rankings, Ten-X said there was movement within the top five slots: Orlando jumped from fourth to first to overtake Fort Lauderdale; Fort Lauderdale dropped to third; Palm Beach County remained unchanged in second; and Tampa slipped from third place to fourth.
"While most of the cities at the top of the list share common traits like job growth, population growth and economic expansion, many of the cities showing the greatest potential were among those hardest hit during the Great Recession," says Ten-X Executive Vice President Rick Sharga. "The top 20 cities in our report include many that were devastated during the foreclosure crisis – especially in states like Florida – and as home prices continue to recover, they still represent buying opportunities for homeowners and investors alike."
Healthy economic and demographic trends are fueling demand throughout much of the Sunshine State, keeping sales elevated and enabling significant price growth. Dallas, for its part, is benefiting from a more diversified economy than most other Texas metros, allowing it to withstand pressures from low oil prices. Las Vegas, still a leader in terms of housing demand, sales and job growth, now ranks ninth.
"The recovery – and future outlook – continue to be very regional. Like Florida, the Southwest, Coastal California and Pacific Northwest are all showing great promise, while the Midwest and Northeast are still struggling," Sharga says.
Top five markets at a glance
Market – home price growth year over year – home sales growth year over year
  • Orlando – 11.2% – 0.2%
  • Palm Beach County – 12.1% – -0.6%
  • Fort Lauderdale – 8.8% – -0.9%
  • Tampa – 10.7% – -0.4%
  • Dallas – 9.9% – -0.3%
Ten-X analysis of the top five markets
Orlando
The Orlando housing market continues to make substantial strides in its recovery. Metro employment is up 4.1 percent year-over-year, supported in large part by its booming leisure/hospitality sector that comprises over 21 percent of local employment. Payrolls are at an all-time high, some 27 percent above their prior peak. Home prices jumped 4.4 percent this past quarter, eclipsing $200,000 for the first time since 2008. Up 11.2 percent year-over-year, home prices have outpaced US annual growth for 20 straight quarters, with room for additional growth as prices remain 17.3 percent below their prior peak. Population growth has exceeded two percent for four consecutive years, and Orlando's economic outlook is among the best in the nation.
Palm Beach County
Palm Beach is seeing healthy progress in its housing recovery, though economic growth has markedly decelerated in 2016. Year-over-year employment growth is at 1.5 percent, the lowest annual rate since 2011 and down from the three to five percent growth the metro has enjoyed for most of the recovery. Home sales are at a high level, however, some 24 percent below their bubble peak, indicating plenty of room for further growth. Seasonally adjusted prices are approaching $270,000 and are at their highest level since 2007, though they remain 11.6 percent below their prior peak. This suggests room for further growth. Single-family homes in the metro offer great affordability and are cheaper than local apartment rentals, which should preserve demand for buying and allow for additional price gains. With permit activity still hovering at a low level, overbuilding is far from a concern and Palm Beach's housing market remains solid.
Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale's housing market continues to thrive in its lengthy recovery from the housing bust. With metro employment up 3.4 percent year-over-year, the local manufacturing and transportation/utilities sectors sustained vigorous growth throughout 2016. Leisure/hospitality jobs, a mainstay of the local economy, continue to reach new heights. Home sales are still some 26 percent below their pre-bust peak, largely seeing choppy progress despite contracting this past quarter, and home prices have risen 8.8 percent over the past year to a cyclical high of nearly $245,000. Though annual home price growth has outpaced the US since 2011, prices remain 16.2 percent below their prior peak, leaving additional room for gains. Fort Lauderdale's population growth doubled that of the U.S. at 1.4 percent in 2015, and continued growth should support the housing market's ongoing recovery.
Tampa
Tampa's housing market is marching ahead on its road to recovery, thanks to an economy that continues to enjoy strong job growth and strengthening demographics. Despite cooling over the past few months, total employment stands 2.6 percent higher than its year-ago level, with job gains in 32 of the past 34 months. Tampa's largest sector, professional/business services, has seen its explosive growth slow in the past year, though payrolls are up 4.6 percent year-over-year. Home prices reached a cyclical high of almost $180,000 and are up 10.7 percent year-over-year, continuing the torrid pace that has outstripped US annual growth since late 2011. Meanwhile, prices are very affordable in the metro at 12.3 percent below their prior peak, suggesting further room for gains. Accelerating population growth combined with a robust economy should fuel Tampa's housing market going forward.
Dallas
Dallas continues to see vigorous growth, notwithstanding the drop in oil prices that are threatening some other Texas metros. Driven largely by the professional/business services sector, payrolls are up 3.8 percent from last year and the city has added jobs in 44 of the last 45 months. Recent job losses in the manufacturing sector have been slight compared to the rest of the state, keeping unemployment at a low 3.6 percent. Single-family prices are up 9.9 percent from a year ago, reaching an all-time high of more than $215,000. Though prices have risen for 19 consecutive quarters and are well above their prior peak, single-family homes remain affordable in the metro, indicating that further price gains are sustainable. Dallas' population growth in 2015 was almost triple the U.S. average, which bodes well for the future.
© 2017 Florida Realtors 
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Presented by Dawn Deegan, Broker/Owner of Make A Brilliant Move Realty. Dawn holds the designations of ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative), CRS (Certified Residential Specialist), GRI (Graduate Realtor® Institute), Short Sale Foreclosure Resource (SFR), and is a Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE). She is Quality Service Certified (QSC), holds the Transnational Referral Certification (TRC), and is Gold Key Certified. Dawn is devoted to providing only the best possible services and expertise to her Buyers and Sellers of residential Real Estate in the Greater Orlando area. This area includes Windermere, Orlando, Winter Park, Baldwin Park, and Davenport. Dawn’s emphasis is on achieving the best possible prices through thorough market knowledge, communications, and transactional expertise, resulting in a quality experience for the Buyer or Seller of Real Estate. Contact Dawn Deegan at 407 488 8074 or at DawnDeegan@gmail.com Visit her at www.MakeABrilliantMove.com 
  

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

TILE: CERAMIC OR PORCELAIN / MATTE OR GLAZED

Are you looking to purchase some tile for your new home, or considering remodeling? Today there are myriad options to choose from, and this excellent article from www.builddirect.com will help break it down for you so that you can make the wisest choice for yourself. Enjoy! ~Dawn

The Different Characteristics Of Glazed And Unglazed Tile

When it comes time to plan out your home renovation project, you’re faced with finding a balance between the practical and the decorative. Luckily, with ceramic and porcelain tile you get both.
Despite this, not all ceramic and porcelain tiles are the same – glazed and unglazed options have their differences that offer distinct advantages for different spaces. The main differences between the two types of glazed tile come down to thickness, slip resistance, scratch resistance, stain resistance, style options, and finishing process. Here’s a quick snap shot of these differences:

Glazed Tile vs Unglazed Tile: At a Glance

Glazed TileUnglazed Tile
Finishing touchesAdditional firing process in kiln, a layer of liquid glass is added to tilesNo additional firing process
ThicknessLess dense/thick (lighter glazes are harder than darker glazes)Denser and thicker
Slip Resistance  Liquid glass top coat less slip resistantMore slip resistant in moist/high traffic areas
Scratch Resistance  Higher lustre shows more scratchesScratch resistance
Stain Resistance  Resists staining with non-porous liquid glass top coatMore vulnerable to stains
Style OptionsWider range of styles/colorsEarthy coloring/aesthetic
Glazed Tile vs Unglazed Tile: Explained

How are glazed and unglazed tiles made differently?

In terms of how they are manufactured, there is no difference between glazed and unglazed ceramic and porcelain tile, other than the fact that glazed tiles undergo an additional phase in the firing process. During this additional process, a layer of liquid glass is added to glazed tiles by means of very high temperatures.

Performance of unglazed ceramic and porcelain tile

Unglazed tiles tend to be denser and thicker than glazed tiles, and because of their unfinished exteriors, they tend to be a great choice if you’re looking for a slip resistant surface in an area like a laundry room or kitchen where the tile is likely to be subjected to high amounts of moisture. In terms of safety, this is a big consideration. For areas with heavy foot traffic, as well as outdoor applications (in milder climates), unglazed tiles are a very good choice.
Along with safety benefits, unglazed ceramic and porcelain tiles are sought after because of their scratch resistance and natural beauty. Since they’re colored by the mineral deposits from where the clay was originally taken, these tiles offer an earthy aesthetic quality. A limitation of unglazed ceramic and porcelain is their vulnerability to staining. As a precaution, it’s a good idea to use a sealant and a wax after installing unglazed ceramic tile indoors.

Performance of glazed ceramic and porcelain tile

Although glazed ceramic and porcelain tile are a little less robust in terms of density and thickness than their unglazed counterpart, they allow for a wider range of styles and colors. Glazed tiles also tend to be more resistant to staining, as they’re protected by a non-porous layer of liquid glass.
When it comes to the glaze itself, different options are available and will impact the degree of durability. Some varieties of glazed tile are fired at higher temperatures than others, and therefore are harder as well. This can often be determined by how light or dark the glaze is, with lighter glazes generally being harder than darker glazes.
Then there is the issue of gloss: matte and satin finishes are generally harder than shiny finishes. As always, it’s a good idea to try and strike a balance between practicality and decorative taste when choosing your glazed ceramic and porcelain tile.
Whether you choose glazed or unglazed tile, both types have their own unique qualities. As always, it’s best to know the needs of your space and the look you are after. This way, your flooring project will be something you can enjoy for many years in the future.

Presented by Dawn Deegan, Broker/Owner of Make A Brilliant Move Realty. Dawn holds the designations of ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative), CRS (Certified Residential Specialist), GRI (Graduate Realtor® Institute), Short Sale Foreclosure Resource (SFR), and is a Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE). She is Quality Service Certified (QSC), holds the Transnational Referral Certification (TRC), and is Gold Key Certified. Dawn is devoted to providing only the best possible services and expertise to her Buyers and Sellers of residential Real Estate in the Greater Orlando area. This area includes Windermere, Orlando, Winter Park, Baldwin Park, and Davenport. Dawn’s emphasis is on achieving the best possible prices through thorough market knowledge, communications, and transactional expertise, resulting in a quality experience for the Buyer or Seller of Real Estate. Contact Dawn Deegan at 407 488 8074 or at DawnDeegan@gmail.com Visit her at www.MakeABrilliantMove.com

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

FINANCIAL UPDATES – NEW LOAN LIMITS, INTEREST RATES – HOW THEY EFFECT YOU

Read my new Blog Post on my new website, www.GreaterOrlandoRealEstate.com, and see how the new Conforming Loan Rates and the higher interest rates effect you, as a Buyer or Seller of Real Estate!


Written by Dawn Deegan, Broker/Owner of Make A Brilliant Move Realty. Dawn holds the designations of ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative), CRS (Certified Residential Specialist), GRI (Graduate Realtor® Institute), Short Sale Foreclosure Resource (SFR), and is a Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE). She is Quality Service Certified (QSC), holds the Transnational Referral Certification (TRC), and is Gold Key Certified. Dawn is devoted to providing only the best possible services and expertise to her Buyers and Sellers of residential Real Estate in the Greater Orlando area. This area includes Windermere, Orlando, Winter Park, Baldwin Park, and Davenport. Dawn’s emphasis is on achieving the best possible prices through thorough market knowledge, communications, and transactional expertise, resulting in a quality experience for the Buyer or Seller of Real Estate. Contact Dawn Deegan at 407 488 8074 or at DawnDeegan@gmail.com Visit her at www.MakeABrilliantMove.com

Friday, November 11, 2016

11/11/2016 HONORING OUR U.S. VETS

Today, we celebrate Veterans Day, in honor of all the men and women who have served in our Armed Forces. Our great nation is forever indebted for the sacrifices that U.S. Vets and their families have made. We here at Make A Brilliant Move Realty are forever grateful. Pay tribute today. God Bless America.



Written by Dawn Deegan, Broker/Owner of Make A Brilliant Move Realty. Dawn holds the designations of ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative), CRS (Certified Residential Specialist), GRI (Graduate Realtor® Institute), Short Sale Foreclosure Resource (SFR), and is a Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE). She is Quality Service Certified (QSC), holds the Transnational Referral Certification (TRC), and is Gold Key Certified. Dawn is devoted to providing only the best possible services and expertise to her Buyers and Sellers of residential Real Estate in the Greater Orlando area. This area includes Windermere, Orlando, Winter Park, Baldwin Park, and Davenport. Dawn’s emphasis is on achieving the best possible prices through thorough market knowledge, communications, and transactional expertise, resulting in a quality experience for the Buyer or Seller of Real Estate. Contact Dawn Deegan at 407 488 8074 or at DawnDeegan@gmail.com Visit her at www.MakeABrilliantMove.com

Monday, September 26, 2016

Arnold Palmer - a Giant

Central Florida lost a big one this weekend. 
Arnold Palmer was a King in the Golf world, but his achievements over-spilled into the very community in which he called his second home.  
He was first class. A man gifted in sport, in personality. A trailblazer.  A man who could claim his fiercest competitor his best friend. And his, him.  
There are so many accolades I could give him, but right now I am remembered by the sight of seeing him in his golf cart, at the Bay Hill condos area, his charisma radiating out on that sun-drenched day, courteously acknowledging a stranger.  
Rest in Peace, Arnold Palmer. You really did the world good.  






"Palmer was the first athlete to receive three of the United States’ civilian honors: the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the National Sports Award and, shown here in 2012, the Congressional Gold Medal." NYT 

Written by Dawn Deegan, Broker/Owner of Make A Brilliant Move Realty. Dawn holds the designations of ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative), CRS (Certified Residential Specialist), GRI (Graduate Realtor® Institute), Short Sale Foreclosure Resource (SFR), and is a Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE). She is Quality Service Certified (QSC), holds the Transnational Referral Certification (TRC), and is Gold Key Certified. Dawn is devoted to providing only the best possible services and expertise to her Buyers and Sellers of residential Real Estate in the Greater Orlando area. This area includes Windermere, Orlando, Winter Park, Baldwin Park, and Davenport. Dawn’s emphasis is on achieving the best possible prices through thorough market knowledge, communications, and transactional expertise, resulting in a quality experience for the Buyer or Seller of Real Estate. Contact Dawn Deegan at 407 488 8074 or at DawnDeegan@gmail.com Visit her at www.MakeABrilliantMove.com

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

PURCHASING A CONDO WITH MORTGAGE WILL SOON BECOME EASIER!


FHA condo relief coming: President signs bill

WASHINGTON – Aug. 2, 2016 – President Obama has signed H.R. 3700 – the "Housing Opportunity Through Modernization Act" – into law.

The move paves the way for more condo sales, especially in Florida. First-time buyers will soon find it easier to qualify for a mortgage in more condo developments, and, as a result, more current condo owners will find it easier to move up to a single-family home.

The National Association of Realtors® (NAR) hailed the development as a "significant step" in eliminating barriers to safe, affordable mortgage credit for condos.

The bill previously passed both the U.S. House and Senate with a unanimous vote. It passed the House in February and the Senate two weeks ago. NAR, an advocate of the bill, testified before Congress and lobbied for passage.

Passage was also the topic of NAR's recent Call for Action, where it asked Realtors nationwide to write to their lawmakers an encourage passage. Overall, nearly 140,000 Realtors across the country voiced their support for the legislation during the NAR Call for Action.

"Realtors have reason to celebrate today as legislation easing restrictions on FHA financing for condominiums is finally signed into law," says NAR President Tom Salomone, president of NAR and broker-owner of Real Estate II Inc. in Coral Springs, Florida. "This is a long-awaited victory for NAR and for homebuyers for whom condos are an important and affordable option."

The bill will make the Federal Housing Administration's (FHA) recertification process "substantially less burdensome" and will lower FHA's owner-occupancy requirement from 50 percent to 35 percent. The bill also requires FHA to replace an existing policy on transfer fees with a less-restrictive model that has already been in place at the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA).

This legislation offers relief to well-qualified potential homebuyers who have been facing tight housing inventories, rising home prices and strict mortgage credit underwriting guidelines, Salomone says.

"Condominiums often represent an affordable option that's just right for first-time and low-to-moderate income homebuyers," Salomone said in a statement after the Senate approved the bill in July. "Overly burdensome restrictions on condo financing have for too long put that option out of reach for many creditworthy borrowers. This legislation meets those restrictions head on, putting the dream of homeownership back in reach for more Americans."

Source: Realtor Magazine
© 2016 Florida Realtors®

Presented by Dawn Deegan, Broker/Owner of Make A Brilliant Move Realty. Dawn holds the designations of ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative), CRS (Certified Residential Specialist), GRI (Graduate Realtor® Institute), Short Sale Foreclosure Resource (SFR), and is a Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE). She is Quality Service Certified (QSC), holds the Transnational Referral Certification (TRC), and is Gold Key Certified. Dawn is devoted to providing only the best possible services and expertise to her Buyers and Sellers of residential Real Estate in the Greater Orlando area. This area includes Windermere, Orlando, Winter Park, Baldwin Park, and Davenport. Dawn’s emphasis is on achieving the best possible prices through thorough market knowledge, communications, and transactional expertise, resulting in a quality experience for the Buyer or Seller of Real Estate. Contact Dawn Deegan at 407 488 8074 or at DawnDeegan@gmail.com Visit her at www.MakeABrilliantMove.com

Saturday, July 2, 2016

HAPPY BIRTHDAY AMERICA!


HAPPY BIRTHDAY AMERICA!  

240 YEARS YOUNG!  

and THE KITTY KAT!  


18 YEARS YOUNG! 














by Dawn Deegan, Broker/Owner of Make A Brilliant Move Realty. Dawn holds the designations of ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative), CRS (Certified Residential Specialist), GRI (Graduate Realtor® Institute), Short Sale Foreclosure Resource (SFR), and is a Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE). She is Quality Service Certified (QSC), holds the Transnational Referral Certification (TRC), and is Gold Key Certified. Dawn is devoted to providing only the best possible services and expertise to her Buyers and Sellers of residential Real Estate in the Greater Orlando area. This area includes Windermere, Orlando, Winter Park, Baldwin Park, and Davenport. Dawn’s emphasis is on achieving the best possible prices through thorough market knowledge, communications, and transactional expertise, resulting in a quality experience for the Buyer or Seller of Real Estate. Contact Dawn Deegan at 407 488 8074 or at DawnDeegan@gmail.com Visit her at www.MakeABrilliantMove.com