It's hard to say what the ideal closing period is like. It really depends on various factors, like the lenders, the seller, the title company and anyone else involved with the deal. Your best bet would be to talk to your agent or whoever is helping you to see what they foresee the closing period being. They probably have a better idea that anyone on here would. Best of luck in buying your dream home! http://www.nywaterfronthomes.com/Pages/Watertown.aspx... more
Before May is the Best time to purchase in the Hamptons. Once the contracts are signed, depending on the complexity of the title, timing of inspections, appraisals, etc. it could take weeks or months to get the key. Sellers sometimes too, increase their asking price the closer it gets to summer since it is so desirable to be here from Memorial Day to Labor Day.... more
I agree that the type of flooring has to go with the flow of the house. There are a lot of buyers out there that have a certain idea of how things should be decorated. Some buyers will love tile and others will hate it. It all comes down to who is interested in the house and what they like. http://naplesflooringgallery.com/... more
looking to buy a home with bad credit.I've paid alot of my collections but of course that doesnt matter and still stays on my report. Anyone out there think I have chance or think they can help? or know anyone who can help?