Consider giving the broker a while to respond to your request before sending a certified letter to the local board of realtors expressing information about a possible ethics violation.
There's always "two sides to any story." It may take a few days for the broker to collect the information needed to get back to you. One thing is for sure.....you will get a response from someone in the event you need to contact the local board.
Typically yes you can. There are always circumstances that may prohibit this such as disrepair of the property. It may not be eligible due to it's condition. I would strongly advise that you seek approval for financing before you buy the house so you will know what "road blocks" you may come up against when attempting to mortgage it later. I would imagine finding out you can not access money to repair a property after you bought it would be a pretty bad thing. Good Luck... more
Putting your address into trulia should show you all the recent sales in your area and give you an idea as what houses are selling for in todays market. This is a buyers market Lucy. If you are looking to get top dollar for your home I would suggest you not sell at this time.... more
Can you give brief run down on a couple of things?
What interest rate are you being quoted?
What is your credit score?
What is your current balance and what are you trying do; cash out or rate and term refi?
What is the estimated value of your home?
What type of mortgage do you have right now, FHA, VA, USDA or conventional?
Without knowing a few things, it's impossible to determine if you're getting a great deal.... more
Your down payment will depend on the type of mortgage loan you go with. If you're a veteran, you could use a VA loan and get the entire home financed with no money down. An FHA loan requires a minimum down-payment of only 3.5% down. Then there are conventional loans that will require more down.
Your loan choice will be dependent on your needs, the type of home and your qualifications. If you're buying a condo, more than likely, you will need to use a conventional loan, since most condo associations do not approve for FHA lending.
I would be happy to discuss this with you in more detail and refer a lender to you to help you find the best loan for your needs.
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The municipality will not allow title transfer without either the code violations repaired by seller or a sum of $ placed in escrow to assure that buyer will complete repairs.
Property purchased with the buyer accepting the Point Of Sale Violations list is often a good deal for those buyers capable of handling the problems.
I have made many such property transactions and can help guide you through the process.
Please contact me for details.
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Has he given you reason for cancellation of the lease and was there anything you did to breach the contract?
Unfortunately there is probably very little you can do other than making sure your deposit is immediately returned.... more
I am not sure what specific property you are referring too, but it sounds like you are looking at a Bank Owned property. There is a very gtood chance that this property will need serious repairs and improvements in order to occupy it. If this is the case, then more than likely a Lender is not going to loan you the money. There are several reasons for this and I will not go into them here. There are other factors as well.
My suggestion would be to meet with a good local Lender and get pre-approved. This way you know how much home you can afford and what the payments would be. Of course taxes on the property you choose would fluctuate, so when you picked the property that you were interested in they would be able to calculate specifics at that time.
If you need help email me and I will give you a couple of very good local Lenders that can assit you.
You won't find hard money for over 1 year. Also, hard money won't finance primary residences because it falls into RESPA laws (caps out the max charged points etc). Stated income loans are only available in CA, FL, and the NE states. There are some in the midwest, but Ohio is not one of them. You may have to use the tax returns for income (show profit for 2009 and suffer the tax consequences). Be careful, although depreciation and depletion is counted back as income, the IRS has been cracking down on people who are using too much of it to offset tax write offs (ask your Tax Pro). If you are buying, use a co-borrower with 620 scores and good income (little debt) and take it FHA. If refinancing, look for a credit union or a local community bank that may take the income from the rentals as true income.... more