Preferred Vendors | Jennifer Tremaine Realtor | Real Living Real Estate

Preferred Vendors

Lender

Rebecca Bartley, Icon Mortgage (810) 516-4227
Rebecca has been my go-to lender for over 10 years. She is the best in the business when it comes to mortgage law, rules and regulations, and will stop at nothing to insure that your loan closes. If Rebecca says it's going to happen, you can take it to the bank.

Title Company

Liberty Title (810) 357-0759
Liberty Title is my title company of choice. All title companies are not the same. Some are sloppy. On the other hand, Liberty is great at getting things right the first time, and making sure the home you buy or sell is free of all liens and encumbrances. This will speed up your closing. Since they have 11 offices in Michigan, they are easy to get to. They have many resources on-call, so if you need something special (like a legal opinion during the closing), they will have someone on staff who can help. With their closest location in Grand Blanc, it is easy to drive to to drop off documents and attend your closing.

Inspector

Tony Erdman, 1st Home Inspections, Inc. (810) 691-3611
I've used several home inspectors over the years, and once I found Sonny, I quit looking. First, he brings lots of professional equipment, so he can answer the hard questions. He's not only an inspector, but a building expert. No matter what's wrong with the house, Tony will know how it should be fixed. This is essential when you're trying to figure out the cost of repairing a problem vs. lowering your offer or buying the home "as-is."

Movers

Zack Hawley, College Hunks Hauling Junk (810) 735-3500
While these guys are officially a moving company, what I really love about them is that they are the only local company that will remove anything from your home that you don't need anymore. No time and money spent renting a trailer, a storage unit, or having a garage sale. Zack will come to your house, give you a quote, and everything you don't want to move to a new home simply "disappears." Whatever they charge is more than offset by the savings when it is time to move.