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Under the Sun Tour

by Michelle Chenault

Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater, Florida

Are you prepared to indulge in a 4 for 1 musical extravaganza, unlike any you have ever attended before?  If so, you do not want to miss out on the opportunity to be in attendance at this weekend’s Under the Sun Tour event. 

Because of the resounding success of the inaugural Under the Sun Tour event in 2013, it is returning to Ruth Eckerd Hall, intending on blowing its predecessor out of the water. And with this Sunday evening’s spectacular lineup of groups, it is more than likely to do just that. Blues Traveler, Sugar Ray, Uncle Kracker, and Smash Mouth will all be taking to the stage. The groups span many musical genres, having sung pop, folk, rhythm & blues, Southern rock, and more. Collectively, they have strung together an astounding amount of top ten hits, and become world-renowned, individually. Uncle Kracker referenced the Under the Sun Tour event as being “the party of the summer”. The four groups have become close friends and are anxiously awaiting to reconvene this weekend.

Tickets to attend the Under the Sun Tour event range in price from $49.50 to $79.50, dependent on your seating selection. And for only $150.00, a pre-show dinner package is available, including premium seating. To view your ticket purchasing options and to buy them online, please click here.

For one night only, four highly-revered groups in the musical industry will be assembled under one roof, just waiting to blow you away with rockin’ entertainment. The Under the Sun Tour event will be “the coolest tour of the summer!” 

Sunday August 3rd

7:00PM

For more information regarding the Under the Sun Tour event, please click here.

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The Pros and Cons of Investing in a Vintage Home

by Michelle Chenault

In today’s real estate market, more and more people find themselves drawn to older homes – rather than new construction. For whatever reason people choose to invest in these older homes over new homes (more home for the money, unique properties or prime location) it’s important for potential buyers to know exactly what comes with buying an older home – the good and the bad.

First, let’s look at the pros inherent in buying an older home.

Prime Location

Typically, especially in urban areas, older homes are located right at the heart of the city. This means that these homes are often convenient to the city center with its shops, office buildings and restaurants. For the right person, nothing beats living right in the heart of the city and being able to walk to your favorite restaurant.

Lower Cost of Ownership

Often, buying an older home allows you to stretch your real estate dollar just a little bit further than with new construction. Choosing to buy an older home in an established neighborhood rather than a new home could make the difference between living in a four bedroom with a huge backyard or a 3-bedroom patio home.

Unique Construction

Many modern neighborhoods are planned along the principle of conformity. The houses tend to look the same. For some people, this sameness can be stifling. Older homes are often very distinct from their neighbors – and each owner has put their unique stamp on the home over the years. If you value uniqueness above conformity, an older home could supply you with just what you desire.

Established Neighborhoods

Older homes are in established neighborhoods. Buying a home in an older neighborhood means that you don’t have to deal with the constant construction and the eerie feeling that comes with living in a new neighborhood that is only half complete, and your home will often be surrounded by established trees rather than saplings.

While there are great things about living in an older home, investing in a vintage home comes with some drawbacks.

Buying Other People’s Problems

You are buying a used home, and there is no guarantee that the previous owners properly maintained it. After you move in, you could discover that the plumbing is in severe need of updating, that the electrical is no longer up to code or the roof needs replacing. Even one of these problems could mean spending every dime you saved on the purchase price to make repairs.

Smaller Rooms

Older homes tend to be smaller than modern homes. If you are one who favors walk-in closets, large bathrooms and expansive master suites, moving into an older home that was built when standards were different can be an adjustment.

Built-In Restrictions and Hidden Costs

Many people buy older homes with the plan of renovating them with modern amenities while protecting their vintage character. While this is a great idea, in some cases, the owners of historic homes find that their big plans may require approval by the local historic commission.

In addition, rehab projects can invite the attention of the building inspector. If he discovers health and safety issues with the home, it can mean redoing several aspects of the home in order to bring the home up to current building codes.This can turn something like a modest kitchen remodel into a large financial undertaking.

Investing in an older home can be a great choice for the right person. Just remember what you are getting into when you buy an older home and be ready for the good and the bad. Contact me today for a consultation. I will be happy to answer any questions you may have, and/or help you find your dream home.

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Ride Through History

by Michelle Chenault

Armed Forces History Museum, Largo, Florida

This weekend the Armed Forces History Museum invites your entire family to come out and travel back in time, at the Ride Through History event.  It absolutely will not take a history buff to appreciate, and indulge in the over 50,000 square feet of interactive military history from the WWI era, to present day.  You will not want to miss out on the opportunity to explore this multi-award winning, Armed Forces History Museum exhibit.

The Ride Through History event will allow your family to get up close, and personal with some of the finest military vehicles that have spanned over 100 years of military action. The 1st Infantry Division of WWII and Vietnam re-enactors will take your family on a spell-binding journey back in time, offering live presentations, firearm education, and even weapon demonstrations.  The Museum will actually be turning the keys in a number of historic military vehicles, beckoning your family to climb in, for a literal “Ride Through History”.  Free hot dogs will be available, along with other snacks and beverages for purchase.

Admission to attend the Ride Through History event are $10.00 for adults, $5.00 for children ages 4-12, and free for children under the age of 4.  To purchase your tickets online, please click here.

Bring the entire family out to the Armed Forces History Museum this weekend to experience military history in a whole new way. You will not want to miss your chance to take a Ride Through History!

Saturday July 26th

10:00AM-4:00PM

For more information regarding the Ride Through History event, please click here.

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Ten Ways Not To Sell Your Home Quickly - Part Two

by Michelle Chenault

In a previous post, we discussed five costly and common mistakes that sellers make when trying to sell their homes. Here we discuss five more mistakes to avoid when selling your home.

Being Unwilling to Negotiate

Most sellers overvalue their homes for a variety of reasons, the most common being emotional attachment or overvaluing the improvements they have made to the home. Sometimes, this means that some sellers are offended when a potential buyer makes an offer that is below list price. Accept that sellers will low ball and that most likely you will need to negotiate. This can mean accepting a lower price, agreeing to do some repairs or something else. You don’t have to accept anything, but it is important to be open.

Bad Online Presence

According to Realtor.com, 90-percent of homebuyers begin their search online. So, it follows that in order to attract the most potential buyers within those critical first few weeks, you need to have a powerful online presence – you need to stand out in a good way. That means pictures of your home that cast it in the best light. Poor pictures can ruin even the best marketing plan. Make sure that the pictures you use to market your home online are of professional quality or at least better than average.

Not Keeping the Home Clean

Ideally, you’ll get an offer on your home within a week of putting it on the market, but in all likelihood, your home will be on the market for at least a month – if not longer. Keeping your home showroom ready for several months can be onerous, but stay the course. Keep your home ready to show at the drop of a hat (no dishes in the sink, no shoes in the living room and no dirty towels in the bathroom, etc.) in order to sell it.

Sticking Around During Showings

No one knows your home better than you, but buyers get nervous when a seller is present while they are touring a home. Understand that you want potential buyers to be comfortable when walking through your home. So, when your agent calls you and says a potential buyer would like to see your house, take the opportunity to go to the park or out to dinner. Let your agent do their job.

Choosing the Wrong Realtor

Not all real estate agents are created equal. An experienced Realtor can guide you through the entire process of selling your home and can be an invaluable resource. Make sure you choose an agent that knows your area and has the skills and connections to sell your home quickly.

If you avoid these mistakes, and listen to the advice of your agent, you should have no problem selling your home. Contact me today for a consultation. I will be happy to answer any questions you may have, and/or help you determine the value of your home.

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Tampa Men of Zumba

by Michelle Chenault

Dunedin Community Center, Dunedin, Florida

Are you tired of sitting on the couch in front of the television weekend after weekend?  Well, this Saturday the Tampa Men of Zumba invite you and your family to come out and jam with them, at the Tampa Men of Zumba event.  It has been said that dance is an expression of the soul, conveying joy, love, and compassion.  And the Tampa Men of Zumba ask that your family join them in sharing the movement.  The event will benefit My Hope Chest, a non-profit breast cancer organization, in aiding survivors with monies to have reconstructive surgery.

The Tampa Men of Zumba are a top-notch group of professional dancers and instructors.  They are passionate about dance, and are dedicated in sharing its expression with others. Their fitness movement is taking the country by storm, as their events have been hailed as “supreme, all-out dance parties”.  And this Saturday your family absolutely does not want to miss out on the opportunity to see what all of the hype is about.  Be sure to bring your enthusiasm, love of dance, and willingness to get up, and rock out!

In addition to the spectacular dance party, there will be a feature presentation by Red Warrior Nation.  Fusing martial arts with fitness, this high-energy group redefines what you believe your body is capable of. Their demonstration will challenge you to realize your body’s physical potential, becoming aware of your inner strength.

Admission to attend the Tampa Men of Zumba event is free for all.  However, a $10.00 donation is highly suggested. To register your family online to partake in this dance movement extravaganza, please click here.

This Saturday get off of the couch and head out to the Tampa Men of Zumba event.  Whether you are a dance enthusiast or not, this interactive party guarantees to provide fun for both adults, and children alike.  Be sure to bring plenty of water and a towel, because by the event’s end you will definitely need both!

Saturday July 19th

1:00PM-4:00PM

For more information regarding the Tampa Men of Zumba event, please click here.

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Ten Ways Not To Sell Your Home Quickly - Part One

by Michelle Chenault

I’ve reviewed the things you should do to sell your home quickly and for more money.  But sometimes what you do wrong has a greater impact than what you do right – especially when you are trying to sell something.

So, here are five mistakes to avoid when selling your home.

Overpricing Your Home

Depending upon market conditions when a buyer makes an offer, it will typically be lower than your list price.  However, that does not mean inflating your list price by ten or twenty percent above market value is recommended. In most cases, homes for sale see the greatest number of potential buyers within the first week of being on the market. Overpricing simply eliminates a large number of those potential buyers. So consult with your real estate agent when pricing your home to sell.

Not Showing Your Home

Showing your home means trying to keep it in pristine condition and preferably vacating for visitors – frequently at the drop of a hat. Sometimes your agent or their office will call you to arrange a showing just as you return from a hard day’s work. But selling your home means allowing prospects to see it on their schedule – not yours. The more showings you have, the greater the chance of selling it quickly at or above its listed price.

Not Willing To Let Go

Knick knacks on the mantle and that old portrait of your grandfather transformed your house into your home. But when trying to sell your home, it’s important to depersonalize and thereby, help buyers to see themselves living in your house. An abundance of personal elements prevent them from easily doing that. If you want to sell your home, depersonalize it for the best results.

Unwilling to Eliminate Unpleasant Smells

Humans depend on all of their senses when choosing a home, so keep in mind that certain odors can be a turn off, such as cigarette smoke or food and pet odors.  While these may be fine for you, buyers may react adversely.  So if you want to sell your home, it’s a good idea to clean your home thoroughly, potentially board pets and avoid smoking inside or cooking strong-smelling foods.

Not Fixing Minor Problems

Today’s buyers are incredibly discerning -- they notice everything, even minor problems such as broken tiles in the bathroom, holes in the sheetrock or stained carpet.  These “defects” could cause buyers to simply move on to the next, better-maintained home.  Little things that you have become used to may lead potential buyers to feel that you have not maintained your home. If you want to sell your home quickly, invest in fixing minor problems so your home shows well.

These all-too-common mistakes can easily be avoided and in my next post, I will discuss five more mistakes that can prevent you from selling your home. Contact me today for a consultation. I will be happy to answer any questions you may have, and/or help you start the process of selling your home.

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Dunedin Orange Festival

by Michelle Chenault

Edgewater Park, Dunedin, Florida

The city of Dunedin, Florida invites your entire family to come out this weekend to Edgewater Park to “Celebrate the Orange”.  With the resurgence of interest in the history of the orange, local artists began painting them all around town, beginning in 2009.  The overwhelming attention the orange was receiving had become deserving of a Festival being held in its honor.  The Dunedin Orange Festival event had consequently been born.

This weekend enjoy a fun-filled family day indulging in all things “orange”.  The event will feature a mojo cook-off, live entertainment, a variety of food offerings, and much more.  There will be games and activities located in the fun zone, for both children, and adults to participate in.  A hunt for loose oranges will be taking place, along with a silent auction.  And the Green Market will be highlighting a variety of vendors, selling locally-grown fruits, vegetables, and other edibles.  The Miss Dunedin Orange Queen will be crowned, while the homemade “orange” bonnet contest is taking place.

Be sure stick around for the evening’s list of activities.  The Orange Fest after Dark party will also be featuring live entertainment, and the opportunity to shop the vendors.  Adult beverages will be available while indulging in the craft beer brew-off.  And what better place to view the Florida sunset than from the Marina?  Be sure to bring a blanket to kick back on, while taking in all of the festivities under the stars.

The Dunedin Orange Festival event is free for your entire family to attend.  However, some of the event offerings will be charging a nominal fee.  So join the masses at the 4th annual Dunedin Orange Festival event, partaking in fun family activities from morning ‘til night!

Saturday July 12th

10:00AM-10:00PM

For more information regarding the Dunedin Orange Festival event, please click here.

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Is a Bigger Down Payment Necessarily Better When Buying a Home?

by Michelle Chenault

In the current lending environment, a down payment is required in most cases to purchase a home. The days of zero-down mortgages are a thing of the past and are unlikely to make a return any time soon, but even at the height of the real estate lending boom, lenders looked favorably on those who could afford to make at least some form of down payment.

Today, potential homeowners are encouraged to save as much as they can as a down payment before approaching a lender and requesting a loan, but is it really necessary to save a 20-percent down payment?

Let’s look at the advantages and disadvantages of making a large down payment.

The Advantages of a 20-Percent Down Payment

  • More Likely to Be Approved. Lenders generally look favorably on those who can afford to make a large down payment. Homeowners with a significant amount of equity in their homes are unlikely to miss payments. If you have had past credit problems, a significant down payment could be the difference between being approved or denied.
  • Eliminates the Need for Private Mortgage Insurance. PMI is a way for lenders to insure against a possible foreclosure. Unfortunately, you are required to pay for their insurance policy up until you reach 20-percent equity. By eliminating the need to pay PMI, you can save thousands.
  • Lower Interest Rate. Those willing to put down a 20-percent down payment generally qualify for a slightly lower interest rate. It might not be significant, but every little bit helps.
  • Instant Equity in Your Home. By making a significant down payment, you instantly have equity in your home. This is equity that you can borrow against in the event of an emergency.
  • Lower Payments. By making a large down payment, you owe the lender less money on your home. This means lower monthly payments. For many people, just the difference of a few hundred dollars a month makes a tremendous difference in their quality of life and overall stress level.

The Disadvantages of a 20-Percent Down Payment

  • Takes Time to Save. The average price of a home in the United States is roughly $200,000. In order to make a 20-percent down payment, you would be required to save $40,000. That is a significant amount that can require years to save for many Americans. In that time, the home you want could be off the market or the market could change and the price of homes in your area can increase – forcing you to save even more.
  • Large Amount of Capital Tied Up. If you are the type of person who likes to make his money work for him rather than just sit in the bank, tying a large amount of your available capital up in a home might mean you miss out on some investment opportunities.

Overall, the pros of making a large down payment outweigh the cons, but it is up to each individual to determine how much of a down payment he would like to make. An experienced realtor can help you to make the right decision. Contact me today for a consultation. I will be happy to answer any questions you may have, and/or help you find your dream home.

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Largo Central Railroad Train Weekend

by Michelle Chenault

Largo Central Park, Largo, Florida

This weekend the limelight at Largo Central Park will be on the little miniature railroad that could!  Bring the entire family out to partake in the Largo Central Railroad Train Weekend event.  Both children, and adults alike can climb aboard the train, chugging its way around the beautiful grounds of the Park.

The Largo Central Railroad Train Weekend event features FREE rides on 1/16th-scale replica trains, covering 1 1/3 miles of track.  You and your family can choose to board a 1927 Amtrak F40 Ph passenger train, a 1960’s CSX MP 15AC freight train, or a Seaboard freight train.  Or if you like, you can wait your turn to take a ride on all three.  As you stand in line, with boarding pass in hand, feel free to indulge in the food and beverage offerings being sold by local non-profit organizations.

In addition to the train rides, the event offers your family the opportunity to pack a picnic lunch and spend the day at the Park.  The kids can play on the Largo Rotary Rainbow Playground, while you kick back on a blanket, allowing the tree-perched speakers to serenade you with music. Enjoy panoramic views as you walk along a trail taking you by a tranquil water feature, and large areas of lush, green spaces.

There is no charge for your family to enjoy a fantastic day at the Park.  The Largo Central Railroad Train Weekend event is free to participate in as well.  However, donations are not only appreciated, but they are expected, as to keep the trains and their tracks in good working order.

All aboard for the Largo Central Railroad Train Weekend event!

Saturday July 5th

10:00AM-4:00PM

Sunday July 6th

10:00AM-4:00PM

For more information regarding the Largo Central Railroad Train Weekend event, please click here.

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Are You Ready to Buy a Home After Bankruptcy?

by Michelle Chenault

The recession was a rough period for all Americans and some were affected so negatively that they were forced to file either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Now that the US economy is recovering, many of those same people forced to declare bankruptcy are hoping to buy a home.

The good news is that you can buy a home after bankruptcy. It’s just going to take a little work on your part. In fact, you may be able to purchase a home sooner than you expected – depending on the actions you take and the type of bankruptcy.

Here’s what you need to do to prepare to buy a home post-bankruptcy.

Establish Where You Stand

After your bankruptcy is discharged, it’s time to find out exactly where you stand in regard to your credit report. Order a credit report from each of the three major credit agencies – Experian, Transunion and Equifax. Make sure that all debts that were discharged show as discharged and all debts that were paid in full are represented as such. If you do find errors, however small, report them to the appropriate credit agency.

Begin Building Your Credit Back Up

The easiest and fastest way to rebuild your credit after bankruptcy is through the use of secured credit cards and short-term, installment loans.

A secured credit card is simply a credit card that requires a security deposit – normally an amount that matches your limit. You make monthly payments just like an unsecured credit card. After a period of a few months of regular payments, you can ask the company to change your card to an unsecured card.

Short-term, installment loans are typically small personal loans or car loans. With these loans, just remember to make your monthly payments on time and in full each month and your credit rating will begin to improve.

Prove Your Credit Worthiness

Don’t overuse your credit cards, pay your bills on time each month, keep a steady job and remove any debts that were not discharged in bankruptcy. The goal is to demonstrate to lenders that the financial problems that lead to your bankruptcy were a one-time occurrence and not a pattern of behavior.

Keep It Up For Two Years

It seems like a long time, but the longer you wait after bankruptcy, the better your credit will be. A better credit rating normally equals a lower rate of interest and more favorable terms. A difference of a few tenths of a percentage point can save you thousands over the life of your loan.

Save Up for Your Down Payment

Lenders look more favorably on those that can make a significant down payment – especially if their credit history is less than perfect. So, while you are waiting for your credit to recover, put away a little money each month until you’ve built up a sizable balance to use for your down payment.

Apply for Loan Preapproval

A preapproval letter will let you know exactly how much a lender is willing to loan you given your credit profile, and it’s a great way to establish exactly where you stand and ensure that you will be approved when you finally find that perfect home.

Bankruptcy isn’t the end of the world, and honestly, the recent recession saw many people making that hard choice. Lenders are much more forgiving today than they were just 10 years ago. Contact me today for a consultation. I will be happy to answer any questions you may have, and/or help you find your dream home.

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