Investment property questionI have recently refinanced my home and have some cash left. I want to invest in a property that is in an area where I may want to retire in 10 years. I have enough for a down payment of
No, but it would help if you hired a REALTOR to help you buy homes and then sell them! Anyone can buy a home, fix it up, and then sell it (as if you were a FSBO). But buyers can be leary of FSBOs, especially flippers who may want to cut corners to reduce their costs.
You'll have more success if you had an agent working for you, getting you the best price on the buy side, and then getting the most money for it when you sell it.... more
If it were me, I would post my contact information along with the address of the property and be ready to submit pictures of the property to interested parties.
Also consider doing an interior video tour of the potential for the home along with recommended improvements. I think you will get a very good response. This model works very good in Detroit where there are many homes foreclosed or in desperate need of repair.
Good luck...If you have other questions, email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and make sure to put "Trulia Reply" in the subject line so I find it in the appropriate email; folder.
Tom Hinz www.shortsaletosell.com... more
Contact the mineral owner and offer to buy them. If you don't know who that is, you could check the county clerk's records in the county where the property is located. You may have to search back a while in the records to the point where they were severed from the land. For more information visit www.uniroyalties.com... more
If your dad owned mineral rights there would be a record of it in the county clerk's office in the county where the mineral rights were located. If the cost is warranted you could hire someone to do a search for you. Otherwise you could visit in person or perhaps do the search online. If he is deceased you will simply need to prove that you are his rightful heir in order to claim. For more info visit www.uniroyalties.com... more
Can I sell leased mineral rights?My parents own property in West Virginia and are leasing it for five years. They have been approached by another oil and gas company to sell their acreage. If they are leasing to one company,
Investing in property in NW AustinLooking to buy a SFH in the NW Austin (Near4 Points Drive to be precise). However, I would live in the house for an year and after that not sure because I am planning to move to another