Without seeing your property, it is difficult to answer this, but in my experience, 99% of buyers start their search online and if the photographs don't truly depict what your home represents, then that could be one thing to consider. Your home could be on 100 different online sites and if the photos aren't what they should be, then it can turn a buyer off. I have seen this happen. Homes that I think would be great for my buyers have photos that just don't do them justice and the buyer rejects them based on the online profile/photos.... more
It is difficult to have to consider letting go of your home. Only an attorney can advise you of the best options for you. Bankruptcy in Fort McMurray will be different than bankruptcy in Des Moines.
You know this is a difficult situation, it is your home and it is furnished correct, would you rent it furnished or vacant, with a low mortgage outstanding and depending how long you intend to stay in Singapore,
you have to decide depending on those facts. Would you be back in a year, then may be you want to rent
and have a home once your return, if you think you will be in Singapore several years, may be selling
And then there is rent now decide later, however make sure you do connect with a good experienced
Realtor near your home, discuss your situation, have the Realtor look at your home, determine its
true current value for sale, and what you could potentially lease it for, but remember you may not find
a good renter right away, and if the renter signs a one year lease, after a year they may not want to
stay and move on and your home could be vacant for a while until you find another renter. It just all
depends on the home's location, and your actual plans and the financial side of both. Make sure to
sit together with a good Realtor and discuss all your options and then decide and use this Realtor to
proceed.... with your plans.
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You have option but by all means find the right agent to help you! Your questions are well thought out and very good. Most agents will tell you if you do not plan on allowing the KOI pond to stay with the property then remove it before you start showings. The moment someone sees it they WILL want it....it's just how folks are geared.
Hot tub. Is it in good condition? Is your type of home one that is inviting to others from an entertainment value? That will be the real decision on keeping it or not.
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Christine you need to talk to an attorney. In Ohio land contracts are a little strange having to do with the equity percentage provision written into state law. If thebuyer has over a certain percentage of equity then it is a forclosure. If they are under that percentage other legal rules apply. You may want to call Griffin Fletcher & Herndon LLP ask for Harold Anness. If he does not respond to you in 24 hrs after your call you can contact Amy Gregory she is his processor and will "light a fire" under him.
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If you just want to get out from under it, a short sale is a great idea. Working with more than one bank certainly complicates things, but not impossible. I have negotiated on 2 mortgages several time for sellers to a successful closing... more
Well I guess my question to you would be, are you planning on staying at the house? In most divorce settlements the person staying at the resident after a divorce will have one year to either sell the house or refinance it. That is if either one of you want to stay on at the residence. I would like to do the comps on the house to see what the current value is. You may be better to sell it out right with a small gain or loss without affecting your good credit. If the loss is too much to afford then you may consider a Deed in lieu or short sale. I would first try marketing the property. Even in a short sale the banks are going to want to see an effort or property history of the listing. I have done several short sales where the lenders will want at least a 30 to 60 day listing history before considering a short sale. Just remember that the short sale will effect your credit.... more
Denise it will take a couple of years to my understanding to be able to get anything near normal credit after going bad on thousands of dollars that a lender had to write off. The rules are changing all the time so you never know.... more