I use rent-o-meter to learn about market rents for my rental properties:
I use market insider to learn about the market around my rental properties and how it affects me:
and I use Metro Home Value to determine the value of the homes I own:
Now you have all the resources that real estate agents use.
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Is this home a standard sale? Short sale? REO? You should have your Realtor negotiate taking care of the tree through your offer. This could be very costly if it has already caused that much damage, You may want to consult a tree specialist and a contractor to get estimates to remedy the problems with the tree and the wall.
Do you know if the neighbors have asked the present owner to do repairs?
We cannot give legal advise. I do suggest you go to one of the legal forums to get advice as to whether or not you could be liable if you purchase that property.
All the best to you!
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Keller Williams Realty World Media Center
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The gross rent multiplier is the sales price divided by the contract rental rate.
Here it is an example: the sales price is 40,000; the gross monthly contract rent is $400; the GRM equals $40,000 divided by $400 = 100. GRM, may also be expressed as the number of years of rent. Equally, the purchase price. ($40,000 divided by $4800 annual rent = a GRM of 8.333).
I would look in the paper for rents in the area...based on the size unit/s you are buying. West if 5 and near the high school should stay rented well and for higher amounts because of these 2 factors and you are close to downtown.
It's a good time to buy multiple units, it is not the best time to sell multiple units. If I were buying investments right now, and over the next few months, I would be buying multiple units. I work with a lot of investors, let me know if I can help you.
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You need to find a real estate professional in your area. Be sure to find out what their marketing plan is. Any Realtor can place your home on the MLS, but you want more than that. You want someone who will do all they can to market your home. I will be glad to give you a referral if you like.... more
Step 1 is getting preapproved for the financing with a well known, respected lender, bank or credit union.
Step 2 - Interview a couple of local Realtors who specialize in helping buyers. When you find one that you click with and you feel can guide you through the process, jump in with both feet. The transaction can easily be done with you out of the area. If you have specific questions, just ask! My husband was a corpsman at Pendleton. That's what brought us out here 28 years ago!... more
Some lenders do not reply to offers in a timely fashion. Some lenders can take months to respond. They say they want sell their inventory but they do not have the people of programs in place to respond to contracts in a timely fashion.
Without an expiration date, it is still open until you rescind your offer.... more