• Scott Kepler

    NMLS #833792

    (813) 444-8537

    scott@scottkepler.com

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    Buying a new home is a major financial accomplishment regardless if you are a first time homeowner or a seasoned buyer. Making sure you have your finances organized is important when beginning the home buying process since this may possibly[...]

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    Today I'm sharing all of the details on why you should file for Homestead Exemption on your new home and how to do so! The cutoff for filing is March 1st, so do not delay! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMiHHLMqIlY&feature=youtu.be[...]

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    Congratulations on making the decision to become a homeowner. Once you take the plunge into homeownership, you will immediately notice all the added benefits, such as tax deductions, more privacy, and artistic freedom. But before you can start [...]

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    Buying a home is a big decision for several reasons. For one, you’ll most likely have to live with the home for years to come. It’s also a significant investment, and for most people, the biggest single purchase they will ever make. That’s [...]

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    Conditions are right for an extended, positive housing market. It's okay to be optimistic.   So, now we can examine homebuilding’s key drivers. They all are in excellent positions to support an optimistic outlook. New homes and[...]

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    3% Down Payment - Not Just for First Time Home Buyers any more!

    The 3% down payment programs that are available are the perfect option for First Time Home Buyers, but now you don't have to be a First Time Home Buyer to use this wonderful low-down-payment home loan option!  Contact our team for more details or [...]

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    The 3 best reasons to buy a home in 2018

    THE 3 BEST REASONS TO BUY A HOME IN 2018 Figuring out when to plunge into the real estate market can be quite intimidating—especially when prices are high, choices are limited, and history urges restraint. We’ve seen two or three years[...]

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    The Federal Housing Administration announced Thursday that nearly every area of the U.S. will see FHA loan limits increase in 2018. The new loan limits will take effect for FHA case numbers assigned on or after Jan. 1, 2018. FHA is required by [...]

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