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FeaturedListing Buy or Sell a Classic Car on a Classic Car website! "9" Page 6 The Leaaer x.e vvc ,. ,, .......... Tips for navigating the home yi]00Lg process (SlatePoint) With the housing mrket recovery underway and in- terest rates low but on the rise, experts say now is a good time to buy a home. While searching for ahome can be exciting, it's one step in the process. Determining your budget and assembling a team of special- ists to help navigate the process can be just as important. Discover Home Loans is offer- ing tips to help make starting the search for your home as easy as possible. Lay a financial foundatiOn Prior to searching for a home, it's important to get a handle on your finances. Obtain a copy of your credit report and identify items that may affect your score and re- pair them. Put together a framework to save money for a down payment, which can range from 3.5 percent to 20 percent of the total purchase price of the home depending on the lender and type of loan you choose. Estab- lish a budget and contribute to a high-yield savings account regu- larly. For convenience purposes, consider making automatic depos- its. Secure a mortgage banker The next step is f'mding a mort- gage banker you can rely on and have a rapport with. Look for one who will educate you about the loan process and help you make choices that best fit your fmancial situation. Other important differ- entiating factors are choosing a mortgage banker who specializes in purchase loans and provides fully underwritten pre-approvals. It's also important that your mortgage banker and realtor work as a team to determine the best loan solution for you. Sutton Motel 208 N. French • Sutton, NE unit. Double garage & a 76'x !40'extra lot. Located on Hwy 6. Currently totally occupied. Good Condition - Lots of work has been done to property/ Motivated Sellers - Great Investment Property! RealEstate _Public Auction The following Personal Property will be sold at 1103 Road G, Fairmont, Starts at 9:00 a,m, or from Casey's on Hwy 8], 1 mile west, 1 mile south, 3/4 mile west Lunch served by Saturday, October 12, 2013 Jill's Sweet Shop Household items, Antiques & Miscellaneous-Kitchen wall cabinet. Turkey cooker • Pots & pans. Ice cream freezers. Fairmont cream can • Lunch pail. Coke case• Sled. Cast iron Dutch oven. Boiler. 2 old stoves• Old pie cupboard. rough. Several coolers. Set of 8 Sheffield Amber stone dishes. Set of Corelle • Set of 8 Edwin M. Knowl(s China. Semi Viperous • Glassware. Set of 12 Colonial Homestead by ROyal dishes • Set of Pfaltzgraff brown dishes, large set. Set of 11.5 place setting of Johann Havilland Traditions Moss Rose Pattern. NIB. Set of 12 Pfaltzgraff Winterberry pattern dishes• Pyrex plates. Set of 12 Skyline Ganonsburg ery .Bud vases. Candelabras. 2 sets of silverware w/cases • Porcelain doll • Play dishes. X?aas decorations• Steak plates Tins Flower planters• What not shelves• Exercise bike. Extension cords• Toy car .Scrapbooks 3 Kirby vacuums. Hoover vacuum" Electrolux vacuum. Pop case • Foot spa • Swing set. 5'. 3 pc. NIB. Fan. Griswold skillet cast iron skillet. Electric gdll. Thermos vacuum serving set. Presto pressure canner. Electdc skillets. Air pepper. Broad maker. Blue granite canners & kettles. Coffee maker. Hand meat slicer. Angel food cake pan. Cast alum. Roaster. Blue granite roaster. 18 qt. electric master. Set of aluminum cookware. 7 pc. NIB. Waffle iron. Sandwich maker. Tailgate grill .Tupperware • Picnic baskets • Picture frames. Fairmont milk box. Box fan. Humidifier W/air cleaner. Crutches • Stacking plastic drawers. Glue gun • Fruit jars. 5 gal. water bottle, plastic. 3 gal. water jug. 5 gal. water jug• Crock water cooler. Dehumidifier. Shelf brackets. Fur scale. Commercial clothes steamer• Hoover hand vac. Iron. Plastic tofes • Duncan Phyfe drop loaf table. 5 chairs • Dinette table w14 chairs. Costume jewelry • King size headboard for waterbed • Projector screen. Park bench • Kitchen wall cabinets • 4-8' folding tables • 3 Pressback chairs. 3 drawer dresser w/mirror .Chromecraft kitchen set. Matching end tables & coffee table . Jenny Lynn spool double bed. Dresser w/mirror .Minnesota treadle sewing machine. Metal single bed. 2 dravmr file cabinets • Kenmore sewing machine, new- Blender. Cast iron bull dog. More items not listed Car-2001 Mercury Sable LS. 24 valve DOHC V6. 133.260 miles, leather, full power, keyless entry, one owner Tractor-IHC H tractor. 12 volt. 11.2x38" tires. PTO. belt pulley Tools & Miscellaneous-Dayton single phase generator on cart. Model 3W055 • Hand saw. Lawn sprinklers. Garden cultivator. Steel bits. Garden hose • Car ramps. Air bubble • Measuring can. Filter wrenches. Windshield washer. Avery jack. Weber gdlls • Lawn chairs. Pet porter. Bird feeders. Flower pets. Bolt & nut assortment. Rra extinguishers • Wont extendable hedge trimmer/sting trimmer • Clevis. Vise gdp. Adj. wrenches. Parts bins. Chainsaw carving of old man. Western Land Roger sign• Reinke pivot sign. Valley pivot sign. white. Valley pivot sign. blue. Sled. Heated dog pans. Traveling lawn sprinklers • Cases of blue rock • Continental shop hoist. 4.000 lb.. Milwaukee chop saw. Scotts lawn fertilizer spreader. 2 hp self standing bench gdnder • Air compressor. 5 hp. 3 cylinder• Sprinkling can. Air paint gun. Load binder. Pioneer clock. Extension cords. Homemade sled, Used tires. Goose lawn ornaments. Sears car topper. DUg kennel • Fertilizer spreader • Cob fork. Shovels • Rakes. Garden tools. Cistern pump • Garden hoses • Several tile blocks. Corn tunnels.Wire baskets. Bicycles. Kelly Ryan manure spreader. PTO • Large Henddx wire & Cable Coq) spool. 150 gal. fuel tanks. 1 with 12v electric pump. Metal shelving. Handy Man jack. Fishing caddies. Propane bottles. Lawn ornaments. Water skis. Joy Ride tube for boat. Croquet set. Horse- shoe set. Dog bed. Dip nets • Electric trolling motor. Rshing peles • Worm buckets. Minnow buckets. Duck decoys. Camper steps. 3 burner propane camp stove. Tailgate gdll. Coleman camp stove, infrared heater for propane bottle. Kerosun kerosene heater, new • Jumper cables. Watedng wand. Heavy extension cords. Lawn & garden products. Chest waders ° Outdoor carpet remnant* Several rolls of weed block. Craftsman tool box. 10 drawer & top tray • DeWalt right angle grinder • 3/4".1/2". & 3/8" drive socket sets • Metric socket set. Rigid pipe wrench. Open end/box end wrenches • Pliers. Adj. wrenches. Wobble & impact sockets, deep & shallow. Sheets of plywood. Crescent wrenches. Pry bars. Screwddvers • Hand sprayers, new Gene and Glenda Anderson, Owners TERMS OF THE SALE ARE CASH OR CHECK WITH PROPER LD. USA STOFER, Broker/Owner DICK SCHOENHOLZ, Auctioneer & Associate Broker 824 G St, Geneva, NE 68361 • 402-759-3601 (office). i i i Identify a budget tange Once you've found a mortgage banker, work with them to identify how much you can spend on your home. The best wayto do that is to get preapproved for a loan. A preapproval means you qualify for a particular loan amount based on your verified income and credit information. "You may have heard stories about people who trmd the .perfect house and then can't secure the fmancing. There's no reason to leave this as an open question," says T.J. Freeborn, mortgage pro- fessional at Discover Financial Services. Getting a fully underwritten preapproval from your mortgage banker will give you confidence during the home shopping process. Plus, having a preapproval helps the seller take your offer seriously. Find a realtor Finally, rind a realtor who spe- cializes in your area. Ask friends and family for recommendations, or look for suggestions from a repu- table business. For example, Dis- cover Home Loans has parlered with one of the largest real estate networks and can match you with a reputable agent. "Your realtor should be a re: source who can help you identify what's important in a house and community and fmd potential prop erties to look at," says Freeborn. Once you've found the home you're interested in buying, notify your mortgage banker to finish the financing process. Many tips and home buying re- sources are available on-line at Questions to ask your doctor about skin cancer (StatePointi While skin cancer is highly prevalent and incidence rates are rising, it also remains one most treatable types of cancer. But you need to remain vigilant about your skin and share any changes or concerns with your doctor before they become bigger problems. In fact, one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. However, the disease is 95 percent curable if diagnosed early. "Staying vigilant about the health of your skin is crucial to early diagnosis and more effective intervention," says L. Michael Hone, President and CEO of Cali- ber Imaging and Diagnostics, a medical technology company that develops diagnostic tools for skih diseases. It' s all about regular screenings, says Hone, who recommends mak- ing an appointment with your der- matologist on an annual basis. Though the incidence of skin cancerin the United States is on the rise, there's good news -- new innovations in skin cancer detec- tion are making thorough, regular screenings easier for patients. For example, the VivaScope, by Caliber I.D., offers a noninvasive optical biopsy of the skin, so pa- tients don't need to have any por- tion of their ski n cut or removed to check for cancer and can receive results immediately. As the only FDA 510(k) cleared, noninvasive skin imaging technology that en- ables physicians to make. an.. accu- Continued to page 7 G L, Just call this newspaper or 800-369-2850 today :,. ...... to place your classic car, truck or motorcycle for i   L sale ad and 4 photos on the Midwest Classic Cars website for only $25. Yes, for only $25 your ad runs until SOLD!!l Call this newspaper or 1-800-369-2850 Your connection to classic car buyers throucjhout the Midwest. Hastings Federal Credit Union 707 N. Marian Rd., Hastings, NE 68901 (402) 463-6668 • Toll Free: 1-877.508-:8,.'399 Member Owned Serving the Financial Needs of People Who Live or Work in the following counties: Adams, Clay, Fillmore, Nuckolls, Thayer, Webster Savings federal insured to at least $250.000 by the National Credit Union Administration I .7. 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