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About Hector Campos:
Hector epitomizes integrity, energy, hard work,and creative service in every detail in your real estate transaction. He has worked every aspect in the industry by representing buyers,sellers,investors,,and as well as working along side lenders in the process of different types of loans for his clients.His hard work came at an early age when he realized that money is not a guarantee in life but is earned by hard work. At the age eleven Hector would deliver the local paper " The Advertiser" with a red wagon and received his first pay check valued at $8. He was overwhelmed with the fact of earning his own money and the value of work as a source of integrity and being a responsible citizen. His hard work continued throughout his teen years and continued into his adult life and as a Illinois license Realtor.
- Proudly Serving My Clients Since 2007
- Extremely Service-Oriented
- Focused on Exceeding YOUR Expectations
- Always 'Thinking Outside the Box'
- Continuously Re-Educating and Training Myself to Stay at the Top of My Field
- Utilizing the Latest in 'Cutting Edge' Technology to Serve My Clients
- Focused on Quality & Honesty in Everything I do!
- Expert in the Mundelein, Vernon Hills,Barrington Area,Hawthorn Woods market
- Loves selling homes in the Libertyville, Vernon Hills, Mundelein, Long Grove, Buffalo Grove, Gurnee, Grayslake, Round Lake, Lindenhurst, Antioch, Fox Lake, and Lake Villa areas. Very familiar with (and do the majority of my business) all over Lake County and Northern Cook County. McHenry County. Wisconsin Area Referral base services. Founder of "SoldInOne" Infinity Group. Serving Clients throughout the surrounding counties and Wisconsin Area.
- Proud Father of 4 children and married for 23 years.
- Local resident of Mundelein.
- Attended Elementry School,Middle School, and High School in Mundelein.
- College of Lake County, and St Mary of Lake Seminary
- Diaconal studies for the Archdiocese of Chicago.
Hector is a family man with a devotion to God,his beautiful wife and four children.He is an avid sports fan of the Chicago Cubs and baseball in general. I hope with a brief background into Hector's life and passion you could understand his philosophical approach to his work ethics, passions, family, and life.
Certfiled Short Sale and Forclosure Resource Representive
- Gross income
- The funds you have available for the down payment, closing costs and cash reserves required by the lender
- Your debt
- Your credit history
- The type of mortgage you select
- Current interest rates
Commonly referred to as "staging", your homes first impression is one of the most important factors to selling a home. Remember, your home competes with the other homes on the market. Price is part of the marketing equation, but once a buyer is in your home it is all about how your home feels to the buyer. Make a great first impression with a clean and uncluttered home. You want the buyer to visualize themselves in your home, so over personalization with family photos, interesting artworks, dark paint colors and displays full of "collectables" may not serve you well in the showing process.
FRONT ENTRY – It’s the first thing your buyers see as they wait for the door to open. Repaint the door, clean the windows, and remove dirt, dust, and spider webs. Make sure the lights are on, the doorbell works, and the doormats are inviting.
INSIDE – Take a close look room by room. Try to be objective and see the home as a potential buyer might see your home. Think in terms of sparkling clean, uncluttered, and spacious. Clean off coffee tables, end tables, countertops, mantels, desks, and bedroom furniture. Minimize personal items and family pictures. Remember, your buyer is looking for their dream home. Help them to feel like they are touring their dream home not invading your personal home.
CLEAN! CLEAN! CLEAN! – Have the carpets shampooed, wax the floors, wash the walls, blinds drapes, and lighting fixtures. Consider engaging a cleaning service.
KITCHEN – This area should be gleaming. Check for aligned cabinet doors and tighten loose hinges. Clear off countertops leaving as little as possible. Scrub the floors, sinks and countertops. Clean the stove, dishwasher, microwave, and refrigerator. Don’t forget the front of the refrigerator. Remove all clutter from the cabinets and the pantry.
BATHROOMS – These rooms need to sparkle, put a shine on everything. Scrub the floors, sinks and counters. All cosmetics and toiletries must be put away. Consider re-caulking tubs and showers. Remove mineral deposits and grime from the walls and shower enclosures. Put out your best set of matching towels.
A LIGHT APPEARANCE – As a rule, do everything to lighten the appearance of your home. Raise the blinds and open drapes. Turn on all lights and keep them on. Repaint any room beginning to look shabby. Always use light colors.
FURNITURE – The less furniture, the larger the room appears to be. It’s a FACT. Get rid of a few pieces and rearrange the ones you can’t live without.
CLOSETS – Closets are very important features to today’s buyers. Remove out of season clothing and get rid of what doesn’t fit. Spacious closets are the goal regardless of size. Organize the shelves and most importantly organize the shoes on the floor.
REPAIRS – Identify and repair dripping faucets, sticking or creaking doors, drywall imperfections, etc. When people see areas of disrepair, they wonder how the home has been cared for and begin to anticipate unseen problems.
First Time Buyer Representive:
Another figure that lenders use to evaluate how much you can afford is the housing expense-to-income ratio. It is determined by calculating your projected monthly housing expense, which consists of the principal and interest payment, property tax payments and insurance premiums on your new home loan (also known as PITI).
Each buyer is unique, and a mortgage professional can help you find out just what you can afford. Your income and debts will typically play the biggest roles in determining your price range. I can get you in contact with a trusted mortgage professional to begin your first home buying steps.
VA loans and there requirements during the purchase process for our Veterans. Seller preparation to pass VA require outline.
FHA requirements during the purchase process as well as seller requirements to pass FHA required outline.
Searching for your next home? Try the state-of-the-art map search – with it you can quickly search the entire market. Simply type the address, city, MLS ID, or just hit the search button to get started. The large format map allows you to click and drag, zoom in and view detailed information and photos for all properties currently listed on the MLS. I look forward hearing from you in the near future.