There are a lot of factors to consider when talking splits. IMO you should look for an excellent mentor who is a good professional fit for you. The money will come, right now you should be focusing on getting experience.
Coming into the industry solely focused on splits will frustrate you in the short and long term.
quick search in the MLS came up with recent sales under $500k for 2/2, and one that just went under contract, it was listed for $499.9k and went under contract in 7 days, can't tell the final sold price yet.
So to answer your question, not impossible, but not easy and you need to be able to act immediately to get something under contract.
If you're not working w/a realtor, you should get one, they'll be able to help you. You'll probably be in a bidding war at that price point, so strategically, you need to figure out how to make your contract the most attractive to the seller. You're welcome to contact me to talk about specific strategies email@example.com or 703-407-3426... more
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If you haven't already, you're best off going to the neighborhood at all times of day and checking it out to see how YOU feel about it. In my experience, it's generally pretty quiet in that neighborhood, but my definition of quiet may differ from yours.... more
Are you only looking on Trulia for this information? You can look at other resources for the info. Engage an agent to set you up with listing alerts via the MLS or even better you can sign up for searches here http://franklymls.com/amelia for even more detailed information.... more
this is probably too late, but you do have to pay lender's title insurance in order to get your loan. You could try to negotiate a lower price. There is a space on your HUD/settlement statement that shows the actual cost of the title insurance and the commission paid to the insurance agent (the settlement company). You could ask the title company to take a hit on their commission if it's a deal breaker.
This should not have been a surprise, sorry you have to deal with the last minute nonsense. I'm an agent in the DC area and if you don't already have an agent helping you, I'd be happy to help you negotiate w/the title company. No obligation or fee, just help facilitate a conversation if you need. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
For anyone else reading this thread, check the web reference link for information about title insurance.... more
I hope you didn't go through with this NACA. Please don't do any busyness with these people they are not what they are saying. I'm a costumer of them for 8 years, I never know about this program the agent that i worked with introduce me to them let me tell you i believed in all of their lies, and now I'm paying with my health, all i do is work for them. website is a lie NACA is the opposite of what they are claim to be. MY advice is to find your self a good realtor work with them to see if the time is good for you, if not they will advice you on what is best for you and go from there.PLEASE CAREFULLY DON'T SIGN ANYTHING THAT YOU DON'T READ COMPLETELY AND UNDERSTAND. Good Luck... more
I have been a mortgage lender for over 14 years and have worked for two banks that had doctor loans. However, they excluded Chiropractors for some reason. I am happy to announce that my bank offers our Doctor loans to practicing Chiropractors in TX and OK! For a purchase price of $525,000, you can put as little as 5% down and there is no private mortgage insurance. We also offer only 10% down for a loan amount up to $650,000. Please feel free to contact me for additional details.
There really is no such thing as an average HOA fee, these vary widely between HOA's based on what they are actually covering, the number of homeowners, the amenities provided etc etc. You're going to have to evaluate each one individually.... more
1099 within the past 12 monthsI am currently a W2 employee, but 6 months prior I was a 1099er for 6 months, however prior to that I was a W2 employee my entire career. For a refi, will I have the same trouble as others
1. In DC, right now, there is a great trend of purchases in 20005 (logan circle) and 20009 (Columbia Heights). In SW, the waterfront is also very busy with resales of mostly coops (20024). (all 3 areas are metro accessible)
2. 1.45% on each side for the resale tax
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Yes! My name is Matt Albert (NMLS# 658999) and I am a Doctor/Physician Loan Specialist with Citizens/Charter One Home Loans. I have been specifically working with physicians for over 12 years. We cover licensed medical physicians, residents, interns and fellows, which include MDs, DOs, along with DMDs and DDS. We provide financing of 95% up to $850,000, 89% to $1 million AND 89% to $1 million for a one time close construction Doctor Loan, all with NO PMI! We offer our Doctor Program in the following states:
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If I can be of any assistance please feel free to contact me regarding details of the program as we are NOT allowed to share guidelines of the program in online forums. You may do a search of my name and Doctor loan and easily find my contact information or see my profile.... more