A Darling Home for Rent , Just listed!

Impeccable, well kept 2/2 first story condo in peaceful neighborhood Gardens at Bonaventure. Master bed with walk-in closet and 2nd closet. Washer and dryer in unit. Screened porch and rear patio.  Lots of Storage in this unit and two extra storage closets (front and back). Enjoy the community pool as well as great amenities included at Bonaventure town center: tennis, bowling, library, gym, sauna, pools, theater and more. Weston A schools. Easy access to Highways and shopping. Unit can be rented Part. Furnished or Unfurnished. View the details here

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Before you start clicking through new home listings on the Internet, save yourself time upfront. Make sure you’re pre-approved by a reputable lender that knows our local market.

Not sure who to call? Let me help. I work with lenders every day and can share my experience.

As your local agent, I’m here to answer your questions – whether you’re just thinking about buying a new home or are ready to take the leap. Please send me an email or give me a call.



There’s a big checklist to go over when buying a home: school rankings, traffic patterns, noise level, Walk Score, crime rates. When you throw in competing buyers, possible multiple offers and lender requirements, the process can be overwhelming. But there’s no reason to go it alone.

That’s where I come in. As your local agent, I’m here to help you every step of the way. Whether you’ve just started thinking about buying a home or have already decided to take the leap, give me a call. Let’s see what’s possible.




¿Está pensando en comprar una casa?

Hay una gran lista de cosas  para revisar antes o durante la  comprar de una  una casa: clasificación de escuelas, patrones de tráfico, nivel de ruido,  las tasas de criminalidad, cercania a lugares de interes. Cuando agregamos a la lista muchos compradores interesados,  ofertas multiples compitiendo y los requisitos del prestamista, el proceso puede ser abrumador. Pero no hay razón para hacerlo solo.


Ahí es donde entro yo. Como su agente local, yo estoy aquí para ayudarle en cada paso del camino. Ya sea que usted recien esta pensando  en la compra de una casa o ya ha decidido dar el salto, llámeme. Vamos a ver lo que es posible.


More Millennials expected to buy in 2016

One of the biggest barriers to buying a home for Millennials is the down payment. A recent study from TD Bank showed that more than 70 percent of Millennials (those between the ages of 18-34 in 2015) say they don’t have enough funds for a down payment to buy a home.

The good news is that home buyers don’t need to have a 20 percent down payment to buy a home. FHA or loans that are insured by the Federal government allow as little as 3.5 percent down. And the government is making getting these loans less expensive. The Federal Housing Administration began reducing the mortgage insurance premium recently for these low down payment loans and that move is going to help Millennial buyers, according to research firm RealtyTrac.

Nearly one-in-four buyers used FHA loans in the second quarter of 2015, up from fewer than one-in-five buyers the year before. Researchers believe that lower down payment loans that cost less can help more Millennial buyers purchase their first homes this year.
Please use my website as a continued resource and if you need more information on anything, please feel free to call or email me.

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To Tell Or Not To Tell Your Landlord?


Once you’re ready to move from renting to owning, you have a big decision to make: When do you tell your landlord?

Frankly, honesty is always the best policy. Once you start getting serious about shopping for a home, it’s important to be open with your landlord, especially if you’re still under a lease.

By being open and honest, you won’t have to fret about your landlord finding out that you’re looking to buy.

One suggestion: Offer a positive review or serve as a testimonial on the management company’s website if you’ve had a good experience – good word of mouth will help them out and let you leave in good graces.

If you’re ready to make the jump, email or call me – we’ll get started.

Have a blessed day !
Maria J. Bagdadi-Garcia
The Right Agent Makes All The Difference In The World.


Spring is here and so is the “House Hunting Season.”

Did you know that more than 40% of all homes are typically sold in the months of April, May, June and July?
If you are thinking about buying or selling a home – or both – count me in. I can help you with advice on pricing, financing, neighborhoods, and answer any questions you may have about next steps. I’m here to help.
Please use my website as a continued resource and if you need more information on anything, please feel free to call or email me.
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Your Own Home


Antique White. Wild Mushroom. Linen. Coffee Cream. No matter what the paint can says, it’s still beige. Chances are just about every place you’ve rented had beige: Beige carpet, beige walls, beige curtains – that’s a whole lot of beige.

When you own your home, you can paint your walls any color you choose. YOU pick out the carpet. It is YOUR house and it should feature YOUR colors. (And if you choose beige, at least it will be YOUR beige.)

It’s a great time to buy. If you’re ready to explore what it takes, let’s get started. Email or call me today.

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How Can You Reduce Your Taxes?


Do you want to save on taxes? Buy a house!

Here’s something a tax professional would tell you about owning a home: You’ll be able to deduct financing costs and interest in the year you buy. After that, you’ll be able to deduct the interest and property taxes you pay.

No one likes to pay taxes, but buying a home makes it a little less taxing. Literally.
The IRS has a great guide – Publication 530 – called “Tax Information for Homeowners.” Email or call me, and I’ll send you a copy.

Have a blessed day !
Maria J. Bagdadi-Garcia

The Right Agent Makes All The Difference In The World.