There are homes available in the area with both private and association pools. Send me an email with additional features you would like in the home and I will be happy to send you an email with more information.
There are quite a few great areas in Philadelphia to raise children. I was born and raised there myself. It's a very diverse city and depending on your personal needs and your budget, I am sure that I can help you to find your perfect home. Please contact me at 302-354-6993 or email@example.com so that we can discuss this further. I look forward to hearing from you.... more
Karla Woods here. Please give me a call or email. Lets explore what homes are available to meet your needs! Here at Realty Mark Concord we aim to find the best accommodations for every Client.
Feel free to email karlawoods@gmail .com or call 897-9332. Thanks.... lets BEGIN the search.... more
If you send me your email, how much you want to spend, number of bedrooms and anything else you want in the home, I will send you listings. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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That is a great question! You have to decide what is more important to you. Some buyers may be willing to give up the extra space for less time in the car and more time with their family. Others may decide that the lifestyle that comes with a big yard and extra space is worth the extra time in the car. I would be more than happy to to help you find you a great home. Give me a call.
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You could choose to do either, as you like. My last property was new construction and we chose to just pay cash at closing for all the upgrades. But whether you should do one or the other ... well you should work up the numbers to see what makes more sense for you, given your financial situation. Every $10,000 on a 30 year mortgage is about $600 per year, assuming that you have a good rate (around 5%).
Personally, I would be anxious about buying new construction now. Developers have gotten hit so hard that I wouldn't have much faith that they (and their subs) have the proper focus on quality, and will cut corners any way they can. There are many really good deals out there in existing homes that I would recommend that you consider if one of them could suit your needs. And some of those homes are owned by buyers that are in a tough spot - and that's good for you also.
It's hard to answer your question without knowing more specifics. In most areas, prices have come down since 2006 so that will impact the value, along with the condition of the property. Also, it's hard to put a value on a property without physically looking at it.
Not sure what is prompting your question, but given more specifics, I'd be happy to try to help you.... more
The first thing I would be wary of is buying a home and renting it back to the homeowner. Unless you know the ins and outs of what happened to get them in the situation, I wouldn't touch the idea of renting back to them.
Second, if you know the person and you are comfortable approaching them about buying the property, then do so, otherwise, you can have a realtor work for you, but you would have to pay them a commission on the sale. Also, a realtor can help you determine if you are paying the right price for the home and what steps you need to take to purchase.
Third, unless you are paying cash, contact a lender and get pre-approved.
Fourth - Make sure you know what stage of the foreclosure process the home is in. You want to get authorization from the seller to be able to call the lender and talk with them directly, that way you have the complete details of what's going on with the home.
Fifth - Contact an attorney to do a title search. You don't want to get into the process and find out the homeowner has alot of liens on the property.
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At the beginning of your search you request a preapproval from your lender. A preapproval is a document from a lender used in conjunction with making an offer on a home giving the sellers confidence that you are qualified to purchase their home. A good faith estimate is a document disclosing the fees that are expected to be incurred at settlement. You will receive this after you apply for the loan on a particular house. Hope this helps. Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns you may have.............................chris
Hi Angie, well a few things would need to be considered when figuring out an offering price. First, we need to see what the homes are selling for in that area. Usually I check the last 6 months and then go back in time from there if need be. That is what an appraiser would do. It would be on like houses. Condition and amenities come into play in this calculation. Your offer should not have anything to do with what the owner paid for it but what the market will bear in todays world. Yes, this is a buyer's market but both buyer and seller must realize it is about what the market will bear. I suggest that when you make your offer, explain to him if need be why your offer is what it is (ex. work that is needed to be done, existing conditions, etc). You did not indicate if the owner actually wants to sell. This may all be a mute issue if he is adament on keeping the investment property. Hope this helped.... more
Gina, I can do that search for you and email it to you if you like. HOwever I need your email. If you are still in need of that info, you can visit my website and hit contact me and I will gladly go on our mls and pull that info and forward it to you. There are different type houses there so you may see a variety of pricing. For a more detailed search, I wll obviously need more info that you can share with me when you contact me. (this is not intended to be a solicitation for business, but a response to your request.)... more