From one hurricane to another: The stars of TLC’s “Little Couple” recently put their Houston home on the market for $1.2 million and closed on a $2.1 Florida mansion, only to have to evacuate because of Hurricane Irma. Fortunately, their former four-bedroom plantation-style property sustained no damage from Hurricane Harvey, which caused catastrophic damage throughout much of southeast Texas. Prior to the sale, the couple had major renovations done so that all amenities were returned to “standard height.” The home features an open floor plan, wood floors and vaulted ceilings.
Chicago Agent magazine recently spoke with three lending professionals to find out how they interpret the current state of the industry, where problems persist and what solutions might be used to make the lending process easier for homebuyers to navigate.
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