Santa Clarita Real Estate Professional
Hilary Blaha, REALTOR®
Hilary Blaha is a real estate professional with Pinnacle Estate Properties and serves the Santa Clarita area, including; Newhall, Saugus, Canyon Country, Valencia, Stevenson Ranch, Westridge, Castaic, Val Verde, Acton, and Agua Dulce.
Hilary has been a Santa Clarita Valley resident since 1989 and brings her unique knowledge of the area to every transaction. Area knowledge is a huge advantage to working with Hilary. However, it is not all she has to offer. In addition, she has a decade of real estate experience, up-to-date with the latest technology, and is certified in short sales and foreclosures. She takes great pride in her commitment to her clients and looks forward to helping you buy or sell your next home.
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Santa Clarita Real Estate Blog
Many have written about the millennial generation and whether or not they, as a whole, believe in homeownership as part of attaining the American Dream. Millennials have taken longer to obtain traditional milestones than the generations before them, such as getting married, having kids, and buying a home. However, that does not mean that they do not still aspire to achieve those things. History shows that people tend to buy their first home around age 30. Nearly 5 million millennials will turn 30 in the next two years. This will continue to fuel demand for housing. This is also one … Continue reading
There are many misconceptions about the credit score needed to buy a house. Recently, it was reported that 24% of renters believe they need a 780-800 credit score to be considered for a mortgage. The reality is they are misinformed! Only 25% of the Americans have a FICO® Score between 740 and 800. Here is the breakdown according to Experian: 16% Very Poor (300-579) 18% Fair (580-669) 21% Good (670-739) 25% Very Good (740-799) 20% Exceptional (800-850) Randy Hopper, Senior Vice President of Mortgage Lending for Navy Federal Credit Union said, “Just because you have a low credit score doesn’t … Continue reading