how could i find out what the fiance company is for my fathers house the houuse he bought is bought my owner but the dont know who is finncing it i need to find out cause he is getting finance money on my dads name i dont know how he is doing this and where i called the company that handling my payments but they say they dont have nothing to do with the financing how do i found out who that is... more
Well it would be better for you to go for buying a property option, which can give you the freedom to stay with your pet & enjoy a good family life, for which you can easily avail home loan that too with a low rate of interest.... more
Great suggestion @Katie! Electric baseboard heaters are pretty simple to install, not very costly, satisfies lender requirements AND you never have to turn them on! I have done this to get around the absence of heat source and to satisfy requirements when a pellet or wood stove was the only source of heat in a property.
Has the home been professionally prepared for the market? Is it spotlessly clean, some obvious needed updates and repairs done? Is it listed and not a For Sale by Owner? Are you getting lots of showings? Any offers? Price is not everything but if you answer yes to the above questions, the market may be telling you that you are not in it.... more
What are you basing your price on that it is over-priced? A $50,000 decrease is quite substantial, but could still be over-priced. If you are wanting to sell now, it is important to price it correctly in today's market.
At Weichert Realtors, we do a FREE Price Trend Analysis (PTA) so we are listing the property properly to sell. The PTA is a comparative of closed sales for 12 months and 6 months, current listings that are active within the last 60 days, and pending sales.
You wouldn't be able to market it as NEW, but REDUCED, as per MLS regulations. Having open houses, doing mailings, and getting it listed where people find it is what we do.... more
The link that was shared below on the USDA properties doesn't even show the last ones I sold that were financed with Rural Dev funding. The home itself needs to pass certain inspection criteria even though the Brainerd area is in the Rural Dev/USDA area. Things that the inspector considers are paint and siding, stair railings, broken or single pane windows with no storms, GFI etc.... more
As Cameron stated there may be a negative value on the cabin if it is viewed as a tear down structure and not livable, Electric and sewer would add as these are improvements to the property. An outhouse would not qualify as an improvement but always comes in handy!! Road in paved? dirt? width? etc. all are looked at.
You need to have someone do an on site inspection.... more