Jason Jutila, Gaithersburg Realtor, explains the new HAMP law and how it affects real estate shoppers.
— With the recent HAMP law, falling interest rates and slight economic rebound, the housing market is slowly working its way back to pre-recession levels, and it is time to start looking for a home or second home.
Jason Jutila, realtor in Germantown, Maryland has excellent real estate potentials for those looking to relocate or in the market for a new home.
“Now is clearly one of the best times in recent years to decide on an upgrade or to purchase a first home,” said Steve Gordon of Blulo, the marketing firm in charge of Jason Jutila’s Internet marketing, “plus with the new HAMP going into effect, there are stellar opportunities for rental properties or second homes for additional income.”
Jutila’s website is a full service site, featuring his top listings from Germantown and other cities in and around Maryland. As a full service realtor, Jutila has been helping families find Germantown homes for several years.
“Jutila’s website has a full search service and a place for potential buyers to sign up for his newsletter,” Gordon continued, “where interested parties learn about new properties before they are placed on the website. It is an excellent way to find a home.”
Jutila’s blog also has several excellent suggestions for potential buyers in the Germantown area, including tips for buying and selling a home. Jutila has been in the real estate business for over 15 years and is a member of the GCARR and MRIS.
More information to see potential listings or to contact Jutila can be found on the Germantown real estate agentswebsite at http://jasonjutila.com/.
Jason Jutila’s content relating to real estate for sale on this web site is courtesy of MRIS. Listing information comes from various brokers who participate in the MRIS IDX. The properties displayed may not be all the properties available. All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. All listing information copyright MRIS 2013.
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