Download TripleCalc for FREE. It's My Gift to You.
You can compare three loans at one time with TripleCalc software. The software installs easily on your Windows PC.
You don't have to be online to use TripleCalc, like the other calculators on my site. You can leisurely compare three loans from three different lenders, and try different scenarios to see which loan is best for you.
TripleCalc would cost you about $30 elsewhere, but you can have it for FREE. It's my gift to you for visiting my Nevada City, Grass Valley and Penn Valley web site.
You can send copies of TripleCalc to all your friends and associates.
Click on the Download link below to get TripleCalc. It's a small file (about 225k) so it will download quickly. Save it on your hard drive, and then double-click on it. You'll see that it installs in a snap...
This is what TripleCalc
will look like on your Windows PC. You can compare 3 loans,
at one time -- and you don't have to be online. TripleCalc
lets you get a leg up on complicated loan comparisons.
Includes 8 other calculations
you can't do without:
- Simple Mortgages with P.I.T.I.
- Pre-qualifying mortgages
- Plus lease, investment, balloon payment and
- Every calculator uses the super-convenient
"compare three at once" format.
- It's FREE.
Buyers Remorse >What Can Go Wrong
Real estate transactions are very complex, and difficulties can arise. One common form of interference can come in the innocent guise of helpful advice from family and friends.
When you buy your first home, you want the best advice you can get. You want to show the house to friends and relatives before you commit. They will probably tell you about all of the things that went wrong during their own transactions so you can avoid the same mistakes. These people all have good intentions, but too much advice can put you into a state of high anxiety.
If you are buying your home with the help of a professional real estate agent, your agent will know how to make sure that any minor upsets do not turn into major problems. A real estate agent's expertise is based on formal training and experience in many real estate transactions. Their reputation is on the line with each sale, so they are highly motivated to make your purchase or sale go as smoothly as possible. When you are dealing with a professional real estate agent, you can worry about what might go wrong if you wish, but you don't have to!
Who is "Freddie Mac", and why is he a big name in real estate?
"Freddie Mac" is the nickname for FHLMC, the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, which buys mortgages from lending agencies, thus allowing lenders to continually replenish funds for new mortgage loans.
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ERA Cornerstone Realty Group
101 Boulder Street
Nevada City, CA 95959
When you want the very best, Mimi is your agent! 5th generation Native of Nevada County and 26 years of real estate brokerage experience, Mimi's reputation exceeds her clients' expectations. Founder of ERA Cornerstone Realty Group, Mimi's energy and enthusiasm has taken her to the ceiling of sales performance, ranking in the top 1% in Nevada County for over 12 years and in the Top 20 Brokers in the USA with ERA National, closing up to $40,000,000 annually in past years.
Mimi's knowledge of homes and land gives her clients the edge in their property buying process. She is an expert in handling negotiations and contracts and has unmatched passion for real estate. She has daily knowledge of the changing industry. Her Team gives her clients the level of professionalism expected in today's highly competitive market. On top of Mimi's real estate expertise, she is extremely involved in the community.
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