Good question! Unfortunately each buyer is so different in what they like and dislike. Hardwood has been known to be a big upgrade and some buyers will think of it as such. But I have had a lot of buyers not wanting hardwood due to pets especially dogs scratching it with their nails. Personally I like the look of hardwood, but having the whole house in hardwood may limit some buyers.... more
If the lender can prove you violated a loan agreement then they could potentially call in the note or pursue a judgment against you in court. It's not a victimless crime, just because the big bad bank has tons of money
Bottom line is, if you represented that you were going to occupy the home then you could be guilty of loan fraud. Had the bank known your intent they wouldn't have lent you the money.
Tread lightly Ace, and you may want to consider reaching out to an attorney if you don't intend to pull the house back off the market... more
The price for seller who uses an agent is 16% higher that for those who DO NOT use a realtorÂ®! Mainly because we use a Current Market Analysis (CMA) that gives us and our seller what is a good price in the current market. In addition, your RealtorÂ® contacts â€œthrough previous clients, referrals, friends and family result in 82% in ALL home sales in the USâ€! Real estate transactions are usually the biggest financial investments most people ever make. Your RealtorÂ® can help you understand different financing options and FIND qualified mortgage lenders and BUYERS!! When a property is marketed with help of your RealtorÂ® you DO NOT have to allow strangers into your home. RealtorsÂ® follow a strict Code of Ethics and vow to protect their clientâ€™s interest in every transaction. RealtorsÂ® are also part of the community and help create housing opportunities! Have you filled out your Disclosure Form for the State of SC? Selling FSBO or with a realtorÂ®â€¦it is the law; unless you sign a waiver. I will be happy to assist you in any way that I can!!... more
The market is actually doing better. We saw a slight increase in it last year and I have seen an even bigger increase this year. It will depend on how much you paid for the home and if there are forclosures or short sales that have sold recently in your neighborhood that could drag your value down as to whether or not you will loose money on your home. I would love to present you with a free market analysis which will help guage the value of your home as well as go over my marketing stratigies with you should you decide to sell. I have worked the Anderson market for 6 years and am a no nonsence Realtor. Meaning - I won't waste your time or mine overpricing your home. That doesn't benefit anyone.
Listing Specialist, ABR, SFR
Prudential C. Dan Joyner
Mjmies, as stated below this is for Real Estate professionals. You may try and blog here about your property. Best way is have an agent input the property listing here as well as many other online real estate websites. Sometimes the money you think you will save by going it alone FSBO, nets out less. For example my clients receive the benefit of 6 web-sites we maintain as well as syndication to over 100 additional real estate base websites on the internet.
Considering 90% of the people begin their real estate search online, that is where you want to be in Real Estate 2012 Mjmies.
Hello, you can definitely sell after you refinance but check with your lender just in case there's any policy on time. When you refinance your mortgage the amount you owe will increase so you need to make sure that amount doesn't seriously exceed how much you can sell your home for in this type of market.
As long as you can pay back your lender and pay your other expenses at closes then you have the green light to sell.