Enjoy a Friday in the Grand River Valley for a spirited afternoon of wine, dining, and a psychic reading with Lily Dale trained medium, Cindy Summer! Your experience, for this event, will be at The Winery at Spring Hill where the atmosphere is both friendly and relaxing.
Due to the recent sustained rise in the number of positive COVID-19 cases in Lake and surrounding counties, The Fine Arts Association has decided to film and distribute “The Cure for YOUR Quarantine Blues” cabaret FOR FREE.
Get rid of those quarantine blues and enjoy a fun, virtual, summer-themed cabaret. Appreciate songs from Broadway, Disney, and other standards as we celebrate summer and the joys of getting to perform for YOU once again!
PRICE: FREE!!! – (Donations Accepted)
STARRING: The Fine Arts Association regulars: Haley Gagnon, Kyle Lorek, J.J. Luster, David Malinowski, and Emily Stack!
Great Lakes Home Team is here to help you with your real estate questions or needs. We have helped so many families sell their home or find their dream home. Do you want to know how much is your home worth is worth, Click here?
When you are buying or selling a home there are a number of individuals you will come in contact with. Here are some of them:
REALTOR® – A REALTOR® is a licensed real estate agent and a member of the National Association of REALTORS®. They also belong to their state and local Associations of REALTORS®.
Listing Agent – A listing agent or broker forms a legal relationship with the homeowner to sell the property. The listing agent’s responsibility and fiduciary duties are to the seller.
Buyer’s Agent – A buyer’s agent or broker works with the buyer to locate a suitable property and negotiate a successful home purchase. The buyer’s agent’s responsibility and fiduciary duties are to the buyer.
Home Inspector – A home inspector can be hired by the seller before they put their home on the market or by the buyer when an offer has been accepted. The inspector provides a comprehensive analysis of a home’s major systems and components.
Loan Officer – A loan officer is a representative of a bank or financial institution. They help customers identify their borrowing options and help them understand the terms of the loan. A seller should also meet with a lender before putting their home on the market so they know the “big picture” of their financial situation.
Appraiser – An appraiser works on behalf of the lender and provides a market analysis of the subject property. An appraiser’s finding is subjective and combined with market data of sold properties within the surrounding neighborhood.
Insurance Agent – An insurance agent helps a home buyer determine the coverage needed and finds the right insurance policy for the home.
Real Estate Attorney– In some states, real estate closings can only be conducted by an attorney. They can give advice on all legal aspects of a real estate transaction. Such as drafting and reviewing contracts, help with how to take title and assist with the closing process.
Escrow/Closing Officer – An escrow or closing officer is a non-biased third party who works with all participants to facilitate a successful closing of a real estate transaction. At the closing, the closing officer will collect the purchase money funds from the buyer and settlement costs from each party. The will prepare and record all necessary documents to transfer ownership of the property.
Title Company – The title company will search the title and provide title insurance policies to produce clear property titles and enable the efficient transfer of real estate.
Household mold can cause a host of ailments, particularly among children and older adults. Symptoms include respiratory problems, headaches, fatigue and rashes. Controlling common household mold isn’t as tough as you might think. To minimize your exposure to household mold, scrub small visible patches of mold with a solution made with a cup of bleach added to a gallon of water. Rinse thoroughly. For large areas of dried mold, call a professional. Tackling this yourself can release toxin-carrying spores into the air. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers these tips to prevent the growth of mold…
Clean bathrooms with anti-mold products
Use a dehumidifier to keep indoor humidity below 50 percent
Fix leaky or broken pipes quickly
Remove or replace soaked rugs and upholstery
Don’t replace carpet in moist indoor areas, such as a basement or bathroom
Make sure ventilation in all rooms is adequate
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