With historically-low interest rates, limited housing inventory, and bidding wars galore, today's housing market is chock-full of competition. So how do you outbid your competition? In our eighteenth episode, we meet with Gracie Perez, a loan officer with Town Square Mortgage, and Alicia Mendoza, a REALTOR® with JP & Associates to gain some insight on the best ways to win the bid and land the home of your dreams.
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Meet Our Guest—Gracie Perez
Active in the mortgage origination business since 2009, Gracie Perez is a top-producing loan officer and branch manager with Town Square Mortgage in Dallas, TX. She has also been one of TSAHC's top loan officers for years and currently participates on our lender advisory council, helping to guide TSAHC on our programs and home buyer needs.
Committed to inspiring hope and providing financial education throughout the home buying process, Gracie has helped hundreds of home buyers throughout her career. She prides herself in treating every client and partner like family and works hard to ensure that they have a successful and enjoyable homebuying experience.
Meet Our Guest—Alicia Mendoza
Alicia Mendoza is a TSAHC participating REALTOR® with JP & Associates. Alicia's passion is evident in her sales volume, as she has earned Rookie of the Year & annual multi-million-dollar sales. Alicia has also added several special designations to her license, meaning that she has pursued additional educational certifications in order to build her expertise and better serve her clients. She has completed courses in several areas including: Seller Representative Specialist, Accredited Buyers Representative, and New Home Sales Agent Certification.
Alicia currently serves Dallas and its surrounding areas. In her free time, she chooses to spend time away from work to enjoy her family and volunteer in her community.
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