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Grab the keys to your new home!

Homeownership offers many benefits!

 A robust 81% of adults said buying a home is the best long-term investment a person can make, according to a recent national survey by the Pew Research Center.

Homeownership offers many benefits, some that will enhance your quality of life, and some that create wealth-building toward a positive long-term financial outlook.  


Pride of ownership is a driving force behind the decision to purchase a home for many individuals and families. For most, the purchase is not used solely as an investment vehicle, but as a place to raise a family, grow old, and enjoy the feeling America’s early settlers were quick to embrace – the joy of owning the place you call home. 
The feeling of home ownership is difficult to quantify or measure in a graph, so often it is overlooked when discussions of the value of home ownership arise. A great deal of research from government entities, academia, and nonprofit groups extols the societal benefits of owning a home: more stable communities, greater academic achievement, higher property values, and lower crime rates, to name a few.

Today’s volatile mortgage marketplace creates the combination of constant competitive movement, fluctuating threats, and yes, lucrative opportunities. Jeff Laeng understands the behind-the-scenes model of success in acquiring the right loan tailored to your specific situation. Jeff strategically navigates the fluid twists and turns of the loan process anticipating and responding within limited windows of opportunity to available loan programs, rates, and defined lender benefits to his borrowers. Join the 1500-plus homeowners who, in the last 18 years, have closed escrows thanks to the efforts of Jeff and his staff. 

“The most important quality of great leaders, the one quality for which you want to be known, is an extraordinary performance, with the goal of achieving extraordinary results. These results then serve as an inspiration to others to perform at equally exceptional levels. People ascribe leadership to those men and women whom they feel can most enable them to achieve important goals or objectives.” 
– Steve Jobs

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