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WCI Communities – Fort Myers, FL

WCI Communities – Fort Myers, FL

WCI sets the standard for building exceptional communities, creating amenities that challenge and exhilarate, while upholding our unwavering commitment to the places we call home. WCI has developed master-planned communities where today there are over 150,000 residents who enjoy amenity-rich lifestyles. WCI is fully committed to maintain and enhance this trust and will demand the highest quality construction and customer service to ensure The Experience Is Everything® for our valued customers. Read the rest of this entry

Gov’t partnership to lower mortgages of military

Government partnership to lower mortgages of military

The Obama Administration announced a new agreement this week with five of the nation’s largest banks aimed at helping active-duty military service members save hundreds of dollars or more each year on their mortgage.

Under a 2003 law, active-duty service members can have their mortgage rates and some of their other debt fees capped at 6 percent. However, many military members aren’t taking advantage of benefits that could lower their mortgage payments. Read the rest of this entry

A Buyers Closing Timeline To-Do List for your Fort Myers or Cape Coral Home

A Buyers Closing Timeline To-Do List for your Fort Myers or Cape Coral Home

Within the first few weeks after the contract is signed, you will work to hire a team of professionals that you will need to close your transaction and make sure your mortgage, insurance and property documents are at your fingertips. Read the rest of this entry



WOW! You won’t believe your eyes! This home at 12570 Vittoria Way has all the custom features you could ever want and a view that is absolutely stunning! Built by Royal Corinthian Homes, it boasts luxury throughout, while located on a lake & golf course views with sunset exposure. You’ll see RCH’s signature touch with their unique custom ceilings throughout this gorgeous home! Read the rest of this entry

FHFA wants to expand mortgage access

FHFA wants to expand mortgage access

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) announced that it wants housing finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to provide greater support to low-income mortgage borrowers and refinancers.

FHFA, which is the regulator for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, outlined goals for 2015-2017 aimed at advancing that goal. It wants to ensure that low-income families account for 23 percent of the GSE’s purchases of single-family home mortgages. Also, the agency wants them to increase the share of their purchases that back mortgages in low-income areas with large minority populations, Reuters reports. Read the rest of this entry