Bender Realty Inc would like to welcome Jessica Ekholm to our winning team of Agents. Jessica is no stranger to the lakes area. She is a native to the Vergas area and now resides in Lake Park. Jessica has two children Aunica age 11 and Rowan age 8. Even with two very active tweens she still finds time to spare head her Nonprofit organization STOMP THAT STIGMA. Jessica has a strong back ground in the Medical field. So with her attention to detail and organization she will be on the top of the game in the Real-estate Market. She is well versed in real-estate with a degree from Kaplan University. She is one of the most ambitious and honest people you will find. With her “get things accomplished attitude” she should be at the top of your list of Agents to call if your thinking of listing your home or investing into a new one.
NAR created the following information for members to share with their clients. The home-buying process can seem daunting to potential homebuyers, but a qualified real estate professional who understands the entire process can help ease many of these worries. Make sure your clients are prepared with these useful tips. 1) Get Ready for Home Ownership Build a good credit history Get mortgage pre-approval Find out what type of mortgages you quality for Consider hiring an attorney to review all contracts and agreements associated with the home buying process Save up for a down payment (typically 10-20% of property’s value; if FHA-qualified, then possibly less) Consider closing costs which can include taxes, attorney’s fees, and transfer fees Consider utilities and monthly bills, such as homeowner’s assessments 2) Find a Real Estate Professional Get a referral from friends, family, and work colleagues, or search realtor.com® and look for real estate yard signs and advertisements Ask the real estate professionals you interview about buyer’s representation contracts and agreements; make sure you understand the terms Explain your needs and expectations to the real estate professional you choose to work with 3) Find the Right Property Determine what is important to you, such as particular schools, […]
It’s been 15 years since the building on the corner of Lake Street and Main Avenue was a bank. Now the building houses Bender Realty. But it’s not out with the old and in the with the new—Amber and Bradley Bender are doing their best to incorporate the building’s history into their new business. The building still has the old teller station, the original vault, and the original marble, which Amber Bender’s father turned into a conference table for the new real estate agency. “We are super excited to take over the history of the building,” said Amber, adding that her dad is from Frazee and he actually got his first car loan from the People’s State Bank in Frazee. There’s a lot of memories in the old bank building, and the Benders are doing their best to keep them alive, but they’re also making memories of their own, writing their own history on the building. For example, there’s a small space at the back of the bank that has it’s own entrance, and the Benders have big plans for it, hoping to rent it to “first-time business owners.” The idea behind renting out the space is to help business […]
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Bradley Bender joins Frazee EDA Submitted by admin on Wed, 01/25/2017 – 10:28 Bradley Bender recently joined the Frazee Economic Development Authority. By: Barbie Porter Bradley Bender is ready to dive into the business world of Frazee. The Acorn Lake resident recently joined the Economic Development Authority, replacing outgoing member Heath Peterson. Bradley and his wife Amber own Bender Realty and property management business, which opened at the Old Bank building on the corner of Main Avenue and Lake Street Jan. 26. “I figured we are starting a business here and live in the community so I wanted to dive in head first,” Bradley said, noting he asked the city clerk if there were any openings on the EDA. “At first here were not, but when Heath resigned they let me know,” he said, noting he was thrilled for the opportunity to get involved. Amber was appointed to the Frazee Planning Commission in October. Bradley also joined the Becker County Board of Adjustments, which deals with lakeshore property in District 3, which includes Frazee. Bradley said he’s always been enthusiastic about the business world. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business management and has a master’s degree in health care […]