With an online valuation you get what you pay for. The best way to get a true value of your home is through a local agent. Most will come out at no costs and give you a valuation and assist you in your real estate needs,. Skip the online part... more
We are investor friendly agents and have several investor clients that do flips, acquisition purchases and rentals. The determination of a low offer we would have to discuss further. We can assist in guiding you to offer what will inevitably get your offer selected. To further discuss please feel free to contact us.... more
Hi Amy, to follow up on Jory's comment; you'll want to contact 3rd party servicing companies for both BPOs and REOs - another term for these companies is Asset Management Providers (AMP's) - and register with them. Do a search for BPO Providers, BPO Companies, Asset Management Companies & Asset Management Providers.
With most companies the registration is free; some companies charge for this - being new to the game I would advise you to NOT pay for registering with any of them when first getting into it. Some companies will let you apply online; some aren't accepting new agents, and still others may request you to send them an email.
Currently FHA will allow you to get financing 2 years after discharge. However, if you have a foreclosure, you will need to wait 3 years. I can get you hard money loans the day after a discharge, but they are very expensive.... more
Sellers are obviously looking to maximize the dollar amount they can receive for the home. With a cash offer an advantage maybe offering a quick escrow as well. No one wants to waste their time, a lower than list price offer is not always offensive but can be if the offer is just way out of the range of what is considered "fair market value". It really needs to be determined by property. We can help advise on purchase prices to offer. Please feel free to contact us anytime.... more
It will drop about 20% in 2008-2009. Check out the radio interview of Mr. Norris with various real estate experts. I believe the market is going to be bloody. If you can hold on to your house and wait till the next boom, you will be making lots of money. Don't sell now. You are competing with REO properties. There are REO property in south Redlands for dirt cheap.... more