At the end of the day it IS the guy's property but I think you really need to have a word with him and in the meantime start looking for a new place to stay! I'm pretty sure the guy is just putting his things where convenient and isn't sure of your circumstances? Perhaps after a good chat he'll take this things to a proper storage place.... more
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Yes, in Newport we have Pacific Homes Beach Club a 55+ gated community just north of Newport. Owners in Pacific homes beach club own the land and the manufactured home that they live in. There are lots of community activities, and a club house with a heated pool. The homes are reasonably priced and the residents love it there.... more
I'm sorry no one has answered your question already. There are quite a few ways to get this information. First, I recommend you contact the local police department or talk to local officers familiar with the area. Second, information is becoming more accessible and there are quite a few apps out there that may help you and many of them are free. Third, keep in mind that asking people for this information may render you more opinions than facts. It's important to understand that real estate agents cannot possibly keep up with all of the relative information, but we can help point you in the right directions. Gathering information that is important to you is very smart on your part. I wish more people did their homework!... more
Hi Hanna have you asked him directly if will allow you to cancel? Sometimes an agent will just let you out if you are not satisfied (at least a good agent) You never know maybe you are not being realistic with your price and the Agent won’t want to waste his time either. Having this conversation will most likely prompt them to attempt to re-earn your trust by doubling their efforts or at the very least will have a frank dialogue about why he thinks it hasn't sold.
The others are also right in suggesting you rethink the pricing and allow the data to speak for itself. It is often fruitful to price the home just below the average sales price. Getting showings yields offers and you can do multiple counters to bring the home to where you want it priced. The Buyer’s agent will guide their buyers and your listing agent can counter with a set of comps to demonstrate why your home is worth the higher price that you seek.
If the home is priced right ask your self is the home being properly marketed? Is the Agent a Realtor (not all agents are)? Did he hire a professional photographer? Did they create a floor plan? Were you very open with your showing times? Did you allow them to hold open houses and place a sign? You'd be amazed at how often Sellers will shoot themselves in the foot by limiting exposure. Being picky with something so silly as when your home can be shown is the worst thing you can do. When an agent takes a Buyer out to homes these days 9 times out of 10 if the Buyer is computer savvy they always show up with extra homes now a days. Often times they can only see homes after work or once a week and if you home is not available that day I would say that at least 60% of the time they don’t care to return. There Seller usually thinks if they REALLY want they will return. That’s the thing the Seller is NOT doing them a favor this is a mutually beneficial relationship. You should allow showings as often as possible. I hope these tips help either repair your relationship or severe it.... more
How soon after short sale can I get a mortgage?Short Sale closed almost a year ago, 640 credit score, can put 10% down, excellent verifiable income from long term employment, is it possible to get another mortgage so soon after a short
Most of us are limited by the technology available. (i.e. Our specific system won't allow me to exclude listings without a garage so it sends all listings to my clients. They have to just ignore the ones without a garage.) If I had to manually sort every buyer's criteria once or twice a week then I wouldn't have time for anything else. I can't speak for people in your area, but if my buyers have a specific need (handicap accessible, extra large garage, guest house, etc.) then I keep my eyes out for those. It is impossible to see every listing for everyone no matter how much we want to help you. (But there are those who don't seem to want to help at all.)... more