Booties On The Ground Closing Cost Credit Program

 

Family Law Professionals including divorce attorneys, mediators, therapist and their referral clients are eligible for 

"Booties on the Ground" closing cost credit.

available to Family Law Professionals, Mediators, Therapist

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Up to a $2000 Credit

Donation to Your Non-Profit

Donation to Your Non-Profit

 Selling Your House in a Divorce?

Booties on the Ground Program through Divorce Real Estate Specialist, Kim Langelaar with Pink Realty, entitles eligible home buyers and sellers to a credit against real estate fees equal to .20% of the closed purchase price up to a maximum of $1250 credit.


Participating Lenders appraisal credit up to $750 on purchases.


  Booties on the Ground Credit + Lender's Appraisal credit = up to $2000 in credits at the closing table for you. 

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Donation to Your Non-Profit

Donation to Your Non-Profit

Donation to Your Non-Profit

 Booties on the Ground Program is available to attorneys, divorce mediators, divorce professionals, and their clients.  Divorce Real Estate Specialist, Kim Langelaar will donate $200 directly to and in the name of non-profit of your choice that helps families in crisis. Donation is provided by and in the name of  Kim Langeaar. 

 

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Kim's Story

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Kim's Story

 

Kim has a passion for helping families of divorce and now she wants to thank the very people who serve this sector of our community.  What you do, not only impacts the families' lives of your clients but your own.

Family law can be very stressful for professionals who are serving families going through a crisis. Professionals work tirelessly to provide both meaningful legal advice, therapy, and resources to families at a time of need.  It is studied and proven that in some cases working with high conflict families can cause secondary trauma for Family Law Professionals.  The difficult work and long hours is just everyday life for this chosen profession.  I have worked beside you for many years and I know how hard you work on behalf of your clients.  I want to thank you for the long emotional hours you give to serve your clients in one of the most emotional times of their lives. 

Why work with Kim Langelaar @ Pink Realty

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Working Diligently for Your Clients

  

Your clients will likely have many questions concerning what happens to their home, their current mortgage, and even thier credit rating. I help educate my clients  on all available options so they can take the proper steps in purchasing their next home.  I will guide your client through this process one step at a time, discuss their financial goals, and tackle the inevitable concerns and questions that will arise.  I can provide a free consultation, including a comparative market analysis (CMA) of  their home to help give the answers needed for your clients  to make the best financial decision.

Below are some answers to frequently asked questions your clients may ask:

What happens to my current home?

 The most common options are sell the home and split the proceeds or one person can buy out the other by refinancing the mortgage.  I will sit down and discussing the above options and any other alternative option that may work for their family.  As a divorce real estate specialist, I  will help your clients get on the same page and minimize friction.

How does a divorce impact my credit score?

Unfortunately for many, divorce is a time of great financial hardship and credit challenges. Because couples are responsible for the mortgage until it is paid in full or refinanced, it is imperative that your clients remain current on the monthly payments. I will discuss further whether refinancing , selling or if another option is  better for their unique situation. Coming to a resolutions for your client's home that meets their goals with less conflict is always my first priority. 

Can I buy a new home if I'm still listed on the previous mortgage?

Yes, but it's sometimes difficult to purchase another home until your divorce is final. In most situations involving child support and alimony, the payments must be received for a specific time period before you can use it as qualifying income. If you are still listed as a co-borrower on the mortgage for the prior home, many mortgage programs will allow your client to qualify while excluding that debt. I will connect your client with an experienced lender who can give the best advice for their unique situation.  A Lease to Purchase option may be an alternative  solution if one party can not afford to buy the other party out. 


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What Kim's Clients are saying

Kim is very competent and knowledgeable. I am very confident in referring Kim to my clients.” – Kristi H

“Thank you SO much for ALL you did for me to   help me purchase my new home! I know   you did so much more work behind the scenes than I am not aware of.” - Shery   L

“Kim, I can’t thank   you enough for helping me with my home purchase, I wasn’t sure I could qualify while going through a divorce.” I appreciate all that you did for me! – Heather V

“I used Kim’s services while going through my divorce in 2015. At a time when I was under a lot of stress and making difficult decisions, Kim’s experience and acknowledge and compassion helped me through the process tremendously. I   could close on my house quickly and without complications. I am very   grateful.” – Christine K 

“Ms. Langelaar   combines her great communication skills and immense financial knowledge into   her services she provides. Kim  understands the   financial aspects couples who are divorcing. Therefore, Ms. Langelaar has   proven to be a great asset and resource for our clients” G.G. Esq


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Fields of Expertise

  • Luxury Homes • Listings • Buyers • Preparing a Home to Sell • Short Sales and Foreclosures • Military Buyers • 1st Time Home buyers • Resort and Second-Home Property Specialist • New Home Construction  • Rental Properties • Investor Fix and Flips • Buying/Selling at Same Time • Moving-Up Buyers • Relocation Expert • Land Sales •

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  The RENE is conferred by the Real Estate Business Institute (REBI) and is an official certification of the National Association of REALTORS®. Kim Langelaar is a part of an elite group of real estate professionals from around the world who have earned the RENE certification. All were required to successfully complete comprehensive coursework in negotiation and subscribe to the REALTOR® Code of Ethics. 

Kim believes in the power of education she has earned certifications in Pricing Strategy, Building Wealth in Investments, Resort and Second  Property Specialist 

Kim has spent hundreds of hours helping couples negotiate their divorce, her experience as a mediator has helped her communicate effectively in highly emotional situations.  Kim remains focus at the task of getting her clients the best price in an efficient, and successful manner, and always keeping her clients informed through every step of the process. Kim has a genuine passion for real estate and finding solutions to complex problems. 

Kim’s education background includes a B.S. in Technical Management from DeVry University, Denver Colorado with a Dean’s recommendation of Honors. She has an A.S. in Network Systems Administration from Denver Technical College. Certificate in Mediation from Mares-Dixon & Associate and High Conflict Diversion certification from the High Conflict Diversion Program. Kim has previously held a FINRA registration, Series 6, Series 7, Series 63, Series, 65 and a Mortgage Loan Originator licenses. 

Kim has served families as a volunteer mediator for the Turelli Foundation and  was a volunteer for CASA. (Court Appointed Special Advocate for Children)


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