About: My number one goal in being a Realtor is helping my clients realize their needs and fulfill their dreams of home ownership. I began my career in 1986 and have really progressed and evolved. In the good old days I wrote sales offers using carbon paper documents and found homes for sale in a huge cata...
About: My number one goal in being a Realtor is helping my clients realize their needs and fulfill their dreams of home ownership. I began my career in 1986 and have really progressed and evolved. In the good old days I wrote sales offers using carbon paper documents and found homes for sale in a huge catalog of listings. Today I gladly embrace and utilizing the wonders of technology. I love helping people and care about helping them through the intricate process that Real Estate is today. It is not all work though, it is one of the most fun jobs I can imagine. I love and enjoy all areas of Spokane as I grew up in the Spokane Valley and graduated from Central Valley High School. I will never limit myself to any geographic area as I love all of Spokane. I will serve my clients when and where there is a need.See More
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Displaying: 4 Most Recent Endorsements
Ronda did an excellent job of finding just the right home for my husband and me. She was professional in all manner but also fun. I would not hesitate to choose Ronda if we ever need her services again.
My reasoning for choosing to work with Ronda was based on her rapid reply to my original questions. For me being a first time home buyer, I had no idea what I was doing. Ronda has walked me through the process from start to finish and I would recommend her to anyone looking to buy a home. First time, or not. She is great!
Brandon R Molett
Ronda is AWESOME!! She worked with my husband and I for over a year to help us find our new home. She always has a "get it done" attitude and is never too busy to discuss things or show you a house. She has a lot of patience and is really motivated to get you the home that you want. What impressed me most about Ronda is that she is a REAL person and that she genuinely likes people and also her profession. I would tell friends that need a real estate agent, that they don't get much classier in the business than Ronda Deakins.
Rhonda is a great realtor. She has worked so hard to find just the right home for me and my family. With two boys and a large dog not just any house will do. My husband also loves the Greenacres school district for our oldest so when we told Rhonda we are pretty locked into this one area she has done everything to find us a great house in our price range and in this school district. Rhonda is very knowledgeable and is a great resource for first time home buyers. I highly recommend her to anyone who is in the market to buy their first house. Amy K.
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Answered: Apr 23, 2016
If both of you are on the loan and you want to purchase another home after your divorce is final, she needs to refinance the home int her name only and you will quit claim all of your interest in the home to her. You will be giving up all equity or claim to the home , if you do this but will then be off the hook. Might be a good idea to see if there is equity in the home that you could also split with her. A Real Estate agent will help you determine that and the Market Evaluation is Free. Your portion could be dispersed to you by her refinancing the home in her name only after the divorce is final. If this is the case you might not want to rely on her "Good Faith" promise to do this for you. This may be something she might contest, and you two will have to work that problem out. That's where an attorney would be helpful. You can have an uncontested divorce but attorneys do this every day and can protect you both to make it equitable. Good Luck to you Yes, WA state requires the 6 months just in case you reconcile and do not go forward on the divorce. Please do contact legal council to make sure that the property's disposition is done properly., and recorded at the county where you live. You don't want to be responsible if she gets the home, with out it being solely in her name and then doesn't pay the debt. You would still be help accountable. If both of you maintain good credit through out this process you should both be able to go on with you lives separately.
Answered: Mar 1, 2016
It is always good to get with a lender here locally, preferable a mortgage company instead of a bank or credit union. If you talk to a lender you know what kind of income, credit score you need to have etc. Every borrower is different so the mortgage loan officer goes by each individuals strengths and weaknesses, trying to align them with a home loan product that will fit their circumstances. There is always an answer and a solution for every buyer's situation. It would be in your best interest to talk to a Realtor that can help you get this sorted out. There has to be a gathering of more information from you to get your process started. It will be exciting for you to start on your journey into home ownership. Lot's of great programs out there to help you. Once we figure out your needs then it makes it a lot easier to point you in the right direction. If you need to rent for a while that is of course an option, and not as impossible as it sounds. Buying a home is a process that can be frustrating but also great fun.
Answered: Feb 29, 2016
Hi, Spokane indeed is a medical community that has an abundance of openings for CNA's. Your additional degree should help you as well. I wish you luck in your endeavor to find jobs. I think you will love Spokane it is just working through your options with a lender. Credit will be important of course, but you will never know unless you start the journey. It probably would be a good idea to get the process started as soon as you can. Let me know how I can help.
Answered: Aug 13, 2013
In answer to: How do I find out who owns a home?
Probably your best bet is for you to call one of your local Real estate agents and they can help you get that information. It is of public record who owns real estate so the city tax assessor where you live also has records of who the property owners are. They should have names and sometimes the address of the property owner if they do not live in the property. You might have to mail an inquiry. Hope this helps.
Answered: Sep 23, 2010
Hello, yes that is the correct price for this home. It was an updated manufatured home in the very popular Cascade Mobile Home park that also has a space rent of $414 per month. The home was for sale for that price, did sell and just closed on the 22nd of this month. As a buyer you can have ownership in the actual home and resell it but it is like personal property and you don't own the land that it is on. Usually the lot rent covers things like sewer and garbage and maintenance of the common areas and inner roadways. You also have to be approved by the parks management to live in the park. I hope that answers you question.