It depends on what you're goals are, I would have to check the sales and also very important the pending sales which are indicators of appreciation trends. I'm a driven professional with over 12 years in the Real Estate Industry, call me I will be glad to help provide a value for you're property and answer you're questions, thank you.
REO/Short Sale Certified
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Good Morning Mr. Zito,
I have noticed you have posted this, but there does not appear to be a question you have in mind. If you are seeking assistance from a Realtor, I would welcome the opportunity to meet with you to discuss the sale and market of your home. With inventory at a low level, it has become more of a seller's market than it has in the past several years. Please feel free to contact me and I would be happy to put together a marketing report for you that reflects the market activity in the past six months.
Lila Lopez, CRS, CDPE, e-Pro
RE/MAX Advance Realty
It's a coincidence to see your home here on Trulia because I drive passed it daily on my way to the office. I live in Country Walk and take Killian to 104 and then straight to my officeon US1. I just had a home listed on 99th Court in Pine Acres and I'll give you the same advice that I gave the owners there. You have to price your property to sell or price it to continue living there. It's somewhat a harsh reality but the the choice is simple. Regardless of the tough fickle market that we are in you can not outprice your competition and when price meets the level of the buying populace in your area your property will sell. Feel free to contact me and best of luck! Jose Gomez - Miami Realtor http://josegomezfl.sef.mlxchange.com... more
Dear Ms. Mazza,
Selling on your own might be a good idea in a sellers market, but in this market you need all the help you can get. You need a top company like Coldwell Banker, you need a professional, you need a marketing plan that will give you the most qualified buyers, and you need a ton of luck obtaining financing. Fortunately, things are changing and for the first time, sales have risen in Miami for the last two months. The negative is the inventory and the amount of foreclosures and short-sale affecting the prices. But with all this information, I want to ask you a question if you don't mind. If you found a diamond on the street and you decided to sell it. How do you think you will get the most money for the diamond. Approaching people on the street. Try to convince someone to buy a diamond off the street, you will probably get less than half of the real value. Now, hire a diamond dealer, someone that knows the business and let that dealer get the most money for the diamond. Well, selling a house is almost the same. According to the NAR homes listed by a Realtor, sells on average 16% higher than those that chose not to hire a professional. So who do you think will get you the most for your house. I hope you agree with me. For more information and local market updates, I invite you to my website www.ForSaleAgent.com. Thank you and good luck.... more
That option is rarely available, our local market is in very high demand, everything sells! If you wish to contact me to find out other available options for ownership, please go to my profile and send me an email with your contact information. Thank you for the opportunity.... more
FHA does not "approve" homes. If you are trying to purchase a primary residence using FHA, the "approval" is part of the financing process. Technically, you could say that any home that is livable would be OK with FHA. During the mortgage approval process, an appraiser will visit the home and inspect it to determine value, and also livability. If the appraiser finds that there are problems that would prevent you from occupying the home at closing, he will not the appraisal. This becomes a "lender required repair," which means that in order for the financing to go through, the seller has to correct the problem. Some examples would be a leaking roof, an a/c system that is not working, severe termite damage, or a non-working hot water heater. If the seller refuses to make the repairs, then the loan is denied, and the financing falls through (and you get out of the contract).
The only type of building that FHA per-approves are condos. In this case, the entire condo complex must be approved by FHA in order for any single unit to qualify for financing. You can look for FHA approved condos on the HUD website, at HUD.gov.
Very important: you can only use FHA financing for a primary residence! If you are buying for investment, FHA financing is NOT available!... more
there are other ways to get a addresses and specifics of foreclosures - one being one of my websites. Please go to http://www.FloridaMoves.com/Manon.Mohammady. Once there, you will find a Foreclosure link that you can click and once you specify the location, number of bedrooms, price range......, it will give you all the listings that match your criteria.
Please let me know if there is anything I can do.
Your real estate resource,
We'll be happy to help you. Searching by zip code will confuse you, and send you out of the area you are talking about. We can do a more specific search---call Jenifer, my assistant, at 239-595-4041, and she will get started for you.... more
If the homes you are putting offers on are short sale or foreclosure and you are doing so without an agent or attorney, that could be the problem.
Lenders are extremely picky about the submitted files being complete in order to move through the process without a hitch. The problem is that most people, including some agents, do not understand what is required to have a completed file.
The reason why they are so picky is that they are absolutely inundated with offers and do not have enough people to process these offers. Therefore, the files that have all "i's" dotted and "t's" crossed get top priorty.
If you need someone experienced in these types of sales, I would be happy to recommend someone to you.
Just drop me an email and I will supply you with full information to go forward.
Hope this helps.
Linda S. Cefalu, Remax Realty 100
Realtor, ABR, SRES, CDPE
Recipient of Five Star Agent Award in
2008& 2009 as seen in Milwaukee Magazine
Best in Client Care and Satisfaction
BNI member in good standing... more