You should look at a lot of homes and start asking questions about how old is this , that, pest report, look at the general condition of homes, and evaluate each home and its price, like on an excel spread sheet. You will eventually find that you can pinpoint which top 3 homes provide you the most value. Once you have narrowed it down to the house you like, ACT FAST, aggressively, then order a home inspection report, this will tell you everything wrong about the property, and a pest report if the house does not have one already. If there is significant work to be done, get estimates from contractors , then you should try to negotiate the price down, or have the seller get the work done, preferably you do the work, so there is no problem of quality of work done. Information is power, go compare houses!... more
I would contact the Wisconsin Realtors Assocation. I believe they would have that information, as well as a local realtor would as well. I am about 4 hours south of G Bay, so I dont have a suggestion on who the best person to call would be..sorry!
I have plent of contacts tho for appraisals, title work, and can do your loan for you...if you are interested in a rate qoute, or to go over potential loan programs I would LOVE to speak with you! I wish I could help you more though on your specific question! I called a friend of mine, and as soon as he gets back to me...I will get you a phone# of his mom...who actually is a TOP REALTOR in G BAY! She sold a home to a couple of the Packer players I am told!
Thanks so much!
one Source Mortgage, LLC
109 1st St
Lodi, Wisconsin 53555
This is the percentage difference between what a home was listed for vs. what it sold for. For example, a home listed at $150,000 sold for $145,000. The ratio is 96.7% or the home sold for 96.7% of it's asking price.... more
The problem is the offer turned into a contract as soon as you accepted it and signed it. So now the buyer has a contract for the purchase of your home. If there is a problem then you can have your contract looked at by an attorney to see if you agent gave you an out. But, this is now a contract.