If this property is for sale since you have not included a link to the property or any details your best bet is to contact the real estate agent who is holding the listing. You can typically find out who that is by calling the number on the sign. If you found it on trulia then post the link or contact an agent in your area and they can assist you in this area.
I'm sorry to tell you without further information here only an agent in your area will be able to answer this and the forum here will not be much help for you. The best way is to call an agent there I can refer you to someone if you need me to. Just contact me at email@example.com and like my FB page as well: https://www.facebook.com/ExitRealtyOfTheValleyMadisonLaportiaSPaulk... more
This would be a great question for the school district to answer. As agents, we often know the general rules for school boundaries and their out of district rules but the best source would be the district itself. You may be able to find the answer online, through their website or there may be someone in the admissions office you could call. Best of luck.... more
In my opinion, yes. Nothing is more likely to derail a short sale or foreclosure purchase than having anyone on the 'team' that does mot understand the process. These purchases can take a long time, they require more paperwork, and if you and your realtor are not prepared for that it can be frustrating and confusing. Last week, during Hurricane Sandy's aftermath, I met a short sale client twice in a parking lot to get paperwork signed, once we had a notary public in tow. Then the buyers' realtor and I arranged to meet, twice, to get signatures from everyone on their side. Unless you have someone who both understands such demands by the bank are not unusual and are willing to comply with those demands cheerfully these transactions can go bad quickly; My advice is to find someone with either the SFR and/or CDPE designations indicating they are the training and experience you need.... more