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Great question. The answer is going to come from your friendly mortgage lender. That person will look at your entire financial situation - your income, your expenses, your other debts - and help you determine if you can qualify for a "bridge" loan. A bridge loan would serve as a "bridge" between your current home until it sells and the new home you want to purchase.
I'm happy to refer you to a trustworthy mortgage lender if you don't have someone you rely on.
Principal Broker, REALTOR®
MacDuff Realty Group, LLC
From an investor's perspective, whether or not you'd opt to sell it as-is doesn't matter. We'd buy the property in any condition, and we'd do whatever needs to be done to make it marketable for retail buyers or renters. Yet, I'd strongly recommend that you not try to fix anything if you can't afford to fix it to the same level of professional quality as one would find in the comparable properties on the market in your neighborhood.
Sellers who fail to do that are in for a rude awakening when inspectors/appraisers/GCs or other knowledgeable real-estate pros (including investors [like me]) inspect the property making notes of all of the flaws. We make notes of all of those flaws, because we know that we're going to have to correct all of them.
Keep in mind that this is a buyer's market. With so many offerings available, they can be as choosy as they want to be. I've seen couples, who liked 95% of the attributes of a particular home, decide to go with something else due to an unprofessional paint job, a stain on the carpet, an untidy lawn, etc. Yes, I know those are trivial things that any buyer could easily rectify after having closed on the sale, but they're going to pass on anything they see as less than perfect--especially since there are so many impeccable homes on the market right now.
Please feel free to send me some info about that property, because I might be interested in buying it. You also might want to reach out to some of the investors in your area. You can find them via their "We Buy Houses" ads or the local REI clubs.... more
For almost a decade now, every time we talked about real estate we immediately discussed money. We didn’t talk about the value of a home but instead about the price of the house. We didn’t worry about
Is your listing agent obtaining 'feedback' from prospective buyers? You obviously have more than just tire-kickers touring your home.
If you have your home listed FSBO or with a limited agency, time to roll up your sleeves and illicit an answer to your question from the buyers agent(s).
Are you or your listing agent highlighting financing options to the potential buyers? That can make or break a deal. Buyers have hundreds of options. Terms of the financing can muddy the waters behind the scenes!... more
You can probably get comps from a local agent. You could also look at eppraisal.com Some lenders may accept this kind of information. But, in most cases, you need an actual appraisal. That said, $400 is a little steep for the average house. You might want to shop that a little bit.... more