Laguna Friends of Real Estate – A Jumbo Loan Workshop

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Laguna Friends of Real Estate – A Jumbo Loan Workshop

Laguna Friends of Real Estate – A Jumbo Loan Workshop

Jumbo Loan Workshop

The current real estate purchasing ‘frenzy’ has moved up from the lower priced homes of less than $1m to the higher price ranges of $1m to $3m.

If you don’t have the cash there is a good chance you’re going to need a jumbo loan of $800k or more, which is more than the conventional loans offered by Fannie, Freddie and FHA.

Please join us for a workshop on the different jumbo loan types available for purchase and refi of real and how you can qualify for one.

Three different lenders from conventional (RTC Mortgage), hard money (Collateral Group) and institutional bankers (Morgan Stanley) will be participating.

Something for everybody.

The workshop will be held Tuesday, Oct. 2nd at 6:30 at the DeBilzan Gallery, 224 Forest Ave, Laguna.

The Laguna Friends of Real Estate meet every month on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month to present topics related to the local real estate market.

Admission is free.

Please go to our ‘Laguna Friends of Real Estate’ Facebook or page to join the community.

For more information, contact Sean McCracken at or call 949-290-5317.

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Sean McCracken

As the OC Realtor I’ll help you find your special OC Coastal home at that special price. With my hand holding, I’ll take you through the buying process for the minimal amount of pain - Call Me @ 949-290-5317

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December 12, 2015 at 7:33 pm

My 8 year old daughter got this for Christmas. She was inreeesttd in horses and I thought this would be educational and hold her interest. She LOVES this game. It is not too hard for her 6 year old sister to play with her and it is interesting enough that her Dad and I don’t get bored with it. She has even played it alone. There are 3 playing options and though we have played all three, the first is the most popular and easiest. The other two options require keeping track of the horses breed and traits. That is too much work for our younger daughter but the 8yo thrives on it. We have played this game hundreds of times since Christmas and easily every day for six months. Both girls got tons of gifts for Christmas. This was the most used, most loved. After a game, the girls like to just read the horse cards and sort them and arrange them. With the variety of playing options I can see where they can enjoy it for years to come. A must buy for your horse fan.

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