Little Valley --- Headed towards Boom Town!Stucki Farms New Interchange off 1450Â and 3000 E New High School approved Bridge going in this fall (Keep your fingers crossed) Strip mall and a Smiths across
Thanks all. I asked this just to see if anyone had had real success. I know two weeks isn't long enough at all, just looking to see what I should expect. I always get messages from "leads", but they never respond after the first message, so I assumed spam.... more
Â Â Â There is more to getting a home loan approved than having a good credit score. Work history, tax returns and the amount of downpayment are some of the other factors that lenders consider.
It depends on the area you are in. If most of the homes in your buying area have basements then the addition of the basement will without question add value. Nine foot walkout basements are getting to be very popular in areas where there are sloping lots. In my opinion the walkout or daylight basement option is the best option for people who need extra space to expand. It is usually the most comfortable living space in the home. It is a great place to add theater rooms or other recreation rooms as well as added bedrooms.
It normally costs about $65-75.00 / foot to finish any area in the home above ground level. It costs about $20-25.00/ square ft. to finish basement area if the basement is there. It is much less expensive to build a home and finish needed area in the basement than to build needed areas above basement areas and then not finish the basement.... more
We have many assisted living communities here but I am not aware of any that offer a "purchase" option. My Mom is 95 so I have visited most or all of them and a purchase option was never mentioned anywhere. These facilities are primarily dedicated to providing superior care/quality of life for elderly people and most receive substantial assistance from the VA, etc.. However, we have many 55+ senior communities which all offer purchase opportunities and the "Reverse Mortgage" is currently very popular here. If you're not familiar with how the Reverse Mortage works, you can get info at the link below. Consult your financial advisor if this option would be good for you.... more
This is the amount the owner in default purchased the property for. For bank-owned property, this is the amount the foreclosing lender bought back the property at auction forwhich is the amount the foreclosing lender was owed which I assume is the case on this home.... more