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to get to the point fast. If you'd like to take advantage of a foreclosure or short sale in any area. You should already be asking that question of your REALTOR. And if you don9;t have one get one to start searching for you. the Vegas market is very fast. if there is a great home with a great price. Odds are it will be gone in 24hours. or less.... more
You may have an out if your lease contains a clause regarding safety issues and landlord's requirements and responsibilities. Some landlord tenant clients will represent you for far less than that amount, and some probably offer some sort of free consultation. Ask around for recommendations, and consider contacting your local housing administration to discover if you have other options.... more
Your credit score can be hard for most lender to deal with. The lowest lenders like myself can go is to a credit score of 580. Since you are below that I recommend that you work on your credit score for a bit. The simplest way to fix your credit is to pay off your debt and revolving credit balance on time. Either way, I recommend that you speak with a lender like myself that would be happy to speak with you. Us lenders would be happy to point you in the right direction to get you started on the road to your loan. Well I hope this helps, if you have any other questions or need a loan please contact me through the information on my profile page. I hope this helps! Good Luck! Brian Nguyen Sr. Mortgage Banker NMLS # 659743 Phone: 949.667.2887 email@example.com... more
Bear with me here...you are looking for a FSBO because you want to save the commission (no commission for buyers), or you perceive the selling price of an FSBO to be lower because no selling commission involved (99% of FSBO's are overpriced because the owner has no access to accurate comparables and wishful thinking leads to over pricing), so what are you gaining?
Check out my fsbo video. I have a network of really good buyer agents if you need a free referral for a free to you service. Best Wishes, Gerry McLoughlin
As John and others state below, there may be rental restrictions depending on the specific community, and it's best determined when a specific address is given, as this varies at Coronado Ranch.
Payal, myself, or other agents here, would be more than happy to work directly with you, and it really is important to have an agent representing you.
Rhonda, some people just want their questions answered, and don't want agents bombarding them with e-mails... I think once they are ready to buy / sell, they will contact the agent they feel most comfortable with, themselves. :)
Mark D Fleysher, MBA, Broker, REALTOR
The Jack Conley Realty Group
C. 702-291-8186 F. 702-946-0843
What do you mean by "wholesaling" to your fellow investors? The majority of our market, as you know, are distressed properties. In the case of REO sales (bank owned), the banks will not accept offers written on behalf of "John Doe and/or Assigns" and the bank addendums proscribe the assignment of the contract.
That only leaves resale after COE. Since most "new" REO listings end up in a multiple offer bidding war, the chance to "wholesale" the property for a profit is slim.
It also depends on the price point, whether or not the unit needs work, etc. so it is not a straight forward proposition.
Damon's point below about the 90 day rule for FHA buyers is also correct. The most success that flippers are finding is buying a property for cash (asset managers prefer cash deals to FHA loan deals) and then holding for the 90 days and accepting an offer from an FHA loan buyer on the 91st day. By definition, the FHA offer should be higher since they will ask for closing costs to be wrapped into the deal. The only catch is whether or not the house will still be worth the same or more in 90 days for the flip to work. September was the first month in two years (or more) that Las Vegas has seen a rise in the median price of a home.
However, that strategy is not the same as "wholesaling" - it is clearly "retailing."
Our team works primarily with investors and we have closed 25 deals for investors in the last five months. Please call on us at your convenience. We would be happy to discuss Las Vegas opportunities for investors.
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