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MCM_STL, Home Buyer in Saint Louis, MO
MCM_STL answered:
should a 91 year old buy a condo?
Based on the experiences I've been close to, I'd say it's unquestionably "No".

What he needs to do is sit down with an estate planning attorney and a financial adviser and talk opti ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon May 23, 2016 Home Buying in Denver
Sus_osborne, Home Buyer in New York, NY
Sus_osborne answered:
Has anyone built or considered building one of the Shea homes in Reunion, CO area? Did you have a good experience?
Oh and this was a high end retirement community and this is the quality issues discovered. This doesn't even take into account other concerns that our locals have brought to the n ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu May 19, 2016 Home Buying in Denver
Scott Wynn, Real Estate Pro in Brighton, CO
Scott Wynn answered:
Does anyone know about non-warrantable condo projects in Denver?
Someone else mentioned this but there are many reasons a condo can be considered non-warrantable and not all of them mean they can not be financed through traditional financing methods. ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed May 18, 2016 Home Buying in Denver
Joseph Rabio…, Real Estate Pro in Arvada, CO
Joseph Rabiolo answered:
Can I terminate a contract before the due diligence objection deadline?
Hello!

The likely answer to your question is yes, of course! The purpose of having such an objection clause is so that you may terminate your offer if you don't like what you see.

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0 votes Share Flag Thu May 12, 2016 Home Buying in Denver
Joseph Rabio…, Real Estate Pro in Arvada, CO
Joseph Rabiolo answered:
Inspection revealed substantial structural and electrical problems. How much can we negotiate down the original offer to help offset repair costs?
Hi Jbongianni!

Wow - it sounds like you found a lot more than you were expecting from the inspection report! The first question you might want to ask yourself is: Am I still interest ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed May 11, 2016 Home Buying in 80203
Joseph Rabio…, Real Estate Pro in Arvada, CO
Joseph Rabiolo answered:
how many homes are on the market today 5/10/16 what is normal for Denver 30,000 - 40000?
Hi Zywalker!

I didn't see your question until just now. It is around 9:30pm on 5/11 and there are currently 10,932 homes listed for sale on Colorado's MLS, REColorado. This of course ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed May 11, 2016 Home Buying in Denver
Kevan Pewitt, Real Estate Pro in Houston, TX
Kevan Pewitt answered:
The builder that we are under contract with to build our home has told us he will no longer sell us the home.
It depends on how the contract is written. If you used a contract written by the builder, it is likely there is a clause in the contract that in the event of a disagreement with the bu ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue May 3, 2016 Home Buying in Denver
McFarland, Home Owner in San Francisco, CA
McFarland answered:
Why is my property listed on your website as a foreclosure with my full address as it is not a foreclosure or is it for sale!?
Why is my property listed on your website as a foreclosure? Because my full address is listed there almost every day people are coming over to the house bothering my parents and myself, ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Apr 26, 2016 Foreclosure in Denver
 Petert, Real Estate Pro in New York, NY
Petert answered:
First time home buyer, can I use my 401k money for down payment without major penalty?
You need some professional expert advice for this, in my opinion. They can help you with home loan suggestions. Y’all are first time home buyers, I think these mortgage loan options c ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Apr 24, 2016 Home Buying in Denver
Sally Grenier, Real Estate Pro in Longmont, CO
Sally Grenier answered:
What is the best clause in a contract for a back up offer?
You really should be asking your Realtor this question. He/she probably has a standard clause they use for backup offers.
0 votes Share Flag Sun Apr 24, 2016 Home Buying in 80203
Darrick Kizl…, Real Estate Pro in Englewood, CO
Darrick Kizlyk answered:
what are the realtor fees that a buyer pays?
In almost all instances, the buyer is not responsible for paying anything. Buyer's agents' companies are paid at closing by the selling side. Beware that many buyer's agents will add ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Apr 23, 2016 Home Buying in Denver
Five Stars, Real Estate Pro in Jacksonville, FL
Five Stars answered:
Need a home loan for a Jumbo Mortgage
We can help you with the following:
1 loan up to $850,000 - 95% financing, no monthly PMI.
Combo 80/15/5 - 1st and 2nd mortgage up to $1,000,000 - 95% financing. No PMI

These pr ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Apr 14, 2016 Home Buying in Denver
Ryan Martin, Real Estate Pro in Littleton, CO
Ryan Martin answered:
Is it possible to see this property?
Hi Pamela,

I am an agent in Denver and know the area well. My office is down the street, I am show you today if you have some availability. Need to act quick in this market. Rea ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Apr 13, 2016 Foreclosure in University Hills
Sally Grenier, Real Estate Pro in Longmont, CO
Sally Grenier answered:
I am a Realtor in PA thinking of buying a condo by Univ. of Denver. It is a FSBO w/HOA. How should I proceed- use a lawyer or transaction agent? Thx!
Your call. If the FSBO is willing to pay a Buyer's Agent, it might be worth it to hire one. Where did you see the FSBO listed? Are you sure it's still available? We're in a pretty hot ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Apr 7, 2016 Home Buying in Denver County
Ryan Gilmart…, Real Estate Pro in Aurora, CO
Ryan Gilmartin answered:
How is DOM vs Original to Sold Price Differential calculated?
These statistics are interrelated (generally DOM indicates market demand, and close price ratio reflects that) but, I've not seen the differential between the two represented before, bu ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Apr 7, 2016 Home Buying in 80220
Ryan Gilmart…, Real Estate Pro in Aurora, CO
Ryan Gilmartin answered:
How safe is the area around Dayton light rail area (line H)? I am looking for a 2 bedroom condo. What is the going rate?
Safe is relative, and as a Realtor this is a very tricky question to answer. Here is a website you can use to review Denver Crime rates: https://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/p ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Apr 7, 2016 Home Buying in Denver
Bruce.sturde…, Home Buyer in Denver, CO
Bruce.sturdevant answered:
How much can we negotiate on a home after inspection is done?
I am a seller and just had the home inspection. All I can say is if you are buying a home from 1940 expect to have to do things to it. If you want everything perfect build a home and fo ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Mar 31, 2016 Home Buying in 80203
Bmayevergreen, Home Buyer in Denver, CO
Bmayevergreen answered:
Can anyone recommend any local credit repair companies?
There is no reason to pay any company to obtain, review, correct, or analyze your credit report. There is nothing a for profit company can do that you can't do for yourself (Google Exp ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Mar 27, 2016 Credit Score in Denver
Ronkeddy11, Home Buyer in Denver, CO
Ronkeddy11 answered:
Approximately how much would it cost to install a bathroom in basement?
Don’t forget the cost of tiling. Your choice of tile and the materials you would like to use, etc. would be deciding factors when you’re considering the cost of installation. It’s ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Mar 22, 2016 Home Buying in Denver
Sally Grenier, Real Estate Pro in Longmont, CO
Sally Grenier answered:
First time buyer seeks financial assistance
First of all, where are you getting your info? You do not need 20% down (although your payment will be lower, and you won't have to pay PMI, private mortgage insurance). You can buy a ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Mar 10, 2016 Home Buying in Denver
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