The market only is getting hotter with time. Waiting until spring isn't a bad idea because the house should sell for more come spring. Let me know if you need help pricing or selling the house!... more
The relocation agreement should have contact info in it. If the date of the 28th is on the relocation agreement then that is most likely the date which the bank would like to have the occupants out by. The agreement should be offering cash to be out by a certain date(i.e 28th) or they will proceed with the eviction and take the cash for keys offer off the table. The eviction date has to be issued by a judge, and the occupants should have been served a notice of eviction with a court date. The judge will then determine when the eviction date is. Please feel free to contact me at 248-835-8621 and I can try to help answer more of your questions.... more
good afternoon.....i would like to recommend mr. bill yochim, esq....i have known and done business with him for several years now....his office is (248) 341-1266 please mention that i referred you to him...also...i see that you are buying and selling....many title co's are either owned or have direct contact through their corporate underwriters to real estate attorneys..i hope that helps.......bob mcclure...mortgage now- farmington, michigan (248) 974-4444....almost 14 yrs. experience....... more
You need to look at what comparable homes have been selling for. A buyer's agent will guide you through making an offer. On a listed home, you don't pay the commission, but you do get the service. If you don't have an agent then you are unrepresented. The seller pays the same commission either way, so you should really have someone representing your interests in the transaction.
First time buyers are eligible for a new tax credit of up to $7,500, so it is a great time to buy.
thanks a lot for your answers!
Well, from what I understood, it was some problems with the title (very vague and general and I got the impresion that the left hand doesn't know what the right one was doing), and even if I talked to a bank, the papers were from a company which seemingly handles the selling for the bank, so probably titles have to be transferred form one to another.
Someone along the line mentioned the redemption period and so I began wondering. So can it be that a bank sells the property which is not yet out of the redemption period and then simply postpone the closing??? Would it be legal to do this????... more