Secondly, you obviously like the place- or you wouldn't have leased it. So, do you like it enough to stay? Like it enough (and is the hassle less enough) for you to go through the purchase process?
Frankly speaking, though, moving sucks. If you can get a good deal and buy it, do so. And make a point of reminding the bank/Realtor that they're saving that CFK money if YOU buy the place. Good luck...
Best of luck to you,
REALTORÂ® | Mortgage Broker
Keller Williams Realty | 360 Lending Group
Go get prequalified with a lender first....also get your own buyers agent.
Then you are ready to make an offer.
Have your own agent write the offer.
If you don't have an agent and need one, please let me know and we can recommend one to you.
You must first determine who (or what entity) actually owns the property. Go to ... http://www.hcad.org/ ... and type in the property address. If the home was sold at auction in October, the new owner's information could be listed, although it often takes a bit of time to be recorded. If the owner's box shows a financial or government institution (e.g. Fannie Mae) you could attempt to make contact with their representative. You might also go to ... http://www.har.com ... and search for the home. There's a box on the home page where the address can be entered. You should learn whether or not the property is active on the market. In either situation, if the property is no longer listed for sale, you'll likely have to move. I wish you well.
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