If the buyer has not signed a representation agreement they can choose not to work with that agent without the recourse of having to owe a commission fee to that agent. As a real estate broker/agent I rarely make my buyers sign a representation agreement as I want to prove to them that I will work hard to represent them and guild them in the purchase of their home. As an agent I would make sure that you let that agent know that you are not wanting to work with them anymore and explain to them why as a common business courtesy.... more
Should you not qualify through traditional financing, we can help you with creative financing. This is our specialty and you would only need 10-15% down. Let me know if you need anything else or have further questions.
Keller Williams Heritage
That's completely dependent on the rents and how much you are going to spend. Advice from a CPA or very qualified agent/broker that specializes in investment properties can easily show you numbers that would make sense both ways... That's one of the great things about Real Estate, it's versatile, and you can make 500.00 bucks a month a lot of different ways. Risks are minimized with accurate property and rent history to look at and compare. Professionals will help get you where you want to go.... more