Single Story For Sale in Pecan Park, Long Beach

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Great bones in a great neighborhood!

•  1614 sqft , 2 bath , 3 bdrm single story FOR SALE  USD149,900 . Paint/Flooring Allowance!
MLS® 331691

This is a great home in a great, well-established neighborhood in an excellent school district. With a little love & updating, you can make this home your own- exactly as you like it! Seller is willing to look at offers to sell as-is or will give a paint/flooring allowance. It has a great layout with semi-open space, a beautiful vaulted ceiling and fireplace in the living room, and bay windows in the kitchen. The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom. Garage is spacious with plenty of storage and a mudroom leading to the garage from the hallway. This is the perfect home to make your own! Call today to see it.

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Single Story For Sale in Old Plantation, Long Beach

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•  1364 sqft , 2 bath , 3 bdrm single story FOR SALE  USD138,900 .
MLS® 332672

Tenant occupied. Pictures to come soon.

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Single Story For Sale in Henderson, Long Beach

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•  1080 sqft , 2 bath , 3 bdrm single story FOR SALE  USD89,980 .
MLS® 332844

Tenant occupied. Pictures to come soon.

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Single Story For Sale in Diamondhead, Diamondhead

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Great neighborhood!

•  1230 sqft , 2 bath , 2 bdrm single story FOR SALE  USD94,900 .
MLS® 332980

Spacious two bedroom home in a desirable neighborhood– perfect for snowbirds, retirees, or a small family. The living room and dining area is open and spacious with a bonus room addition right off of the living area. Master bedroom has en suite bathroom. Wood laminate floors throughout, except in the master bedroom and bonus room, which is vinyl tile. Blank canvas for you to make this your own! All new electrical and A/C after Katrina. Call to see this one today!

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Single Story For Sale in Original Long Beach, Long Beach

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Charming beach house!

•  757 sqft , 1 bath , 2 bdrm single story FOR SALE  USD79,900 . Great price!
MLS® 333015

Charming, quaint beach house with tons of character! Listen to the relaxing sound of seagulls as you sit on your front porch. Original hardwood floors and big front windows make this home feel bright and airy. Just minutes from downtown and the beach, this home will feel like you’re on vacation everyday. This home is perfect as a starter home, for snowbirds or retirees, as a vacation home, or for a small family– endless possibilities! Backyard is large with a utility shed and partially fenced. You’ll love living here!

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Single Story For Sale in Pecan Park, Long Beach

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Beautiful, updated home in great neighborhood!

•  1653 sqft , 2 bath , 3 bdrm single story FOR SALE  USD154,900 .
MLS® 332820

Beautiful home in well-established neighborhood. Excellent curb appeal with a nice lawn and painted brick for a modern look. Don’t let the age of the home fool you- it has been recently updated and is truly a gem! You walk into an expansive living area with custom fireplace and modern greige paint. Throughout the home are new doors and door handles, fresh paint, neutral tile flooring, crown molding– no detail was overlooked. Bedrooms and closets are large. The backyard is very well-maintained and spacious. This home is move-in ready- just in time for spring and barbecues with friends and family. Won’t last long, so call today!

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7 Ways to Improve Your Credit Score

Credit score and home buying are synonymous with one another. One of the biggest concerns we get from homebuyers is often regarding credit score. Credit score plays a big role in determining how much you can afford. Getting the loan that suits your situation at the best possible price and terms makes home buying easier and more affordable.  Here are 7 tips for improving your credit, so you get the least-expensive home loan possible.

  1. Know your credit score.
    Credit scores range from 300 to 850, and the higher, the better. You generally need a 620 or better to qualify for a home loan. You’re entitled to a free copy of your credit report annually and can access those reports at www.annualcreditreport.com. Review them to ensure the information is accurate.
  2. Correct errors on your credit report.
    If you find errors on your report, write a letter to the credit-reporting agency explaining why you believe there’s an error. Send documents that support your case, and ask that the error be corrected or removed. Also write to the company, or debt collector, that reported the incorrect information to dispute the information, and ask to be copied on any materials sent to credit-reporting agencies.
  3. Pay every bill on time.
    You may be surprised at the damage even a few late payments will have on your credit score. The easiest way to make a big difference in your credit score without altering your spending habits is to diligently pay all your bills on time. You’ll also save money because you’ll keep the money you’ve been spending on late fees.4. Use credit carefully.

    Another good way to boost your credit score is to pay your credit card bills in full every month. If you can’t do that, pay as much over your required minimum payment as possible to begin whittling away the debt. Stop using your credit cards to keep your balances from increasing, and transfer balances from high-interest credit cards to lower-interest cards.

    5. Take care with the length of credit.

    Credit rating agencies also consider the length of your credit history. If you’ve had a credit card for a long time and managed it responsibly, that works in your favor. However, opening several new credit cards at once can lower the average age of your accounts, which pushes down your score. Likewise, closing credit card accounts lowers your available credit, so keep credit cards open even if you’re not using them.

    6. Don’t use all the credit you’re offered.

    Credit scores are also based on how much credit you use compared with how much you’re offered. Using $1,000 of available credit will give you a lower score than having $1,000 of available credit and using $100 of it. Occasionally opening new lines of credit can boost your available credit, which also affects your score positively.

    7. Be patient.

    It can take time for your credit score to climb once you’ve begun working to improve it. Keep at it because the more distance you put between your spotty payment history and your current good payment record, the less damage you’ll do to your credit score.

710 43rd Avenue in Southwest Gulfport, Gulfport is Rented/Leased!

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The single story at 710 43rd Avenue has been rented/leased.

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313 East 3rd St in Long Beach, Long Beach is Rented/Leased!

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The single story at 313 East 3rd St has been rented/leased.

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2119 18th Ave in McAlpin, Gulfport is Rented/Leased!

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The single story at 2119 18th Ave has been rented/leased.

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