Are you asking about a Homeowners Association that may have some sort of committee to restrict what can be built, colors etc? An Ordinance would be more of a City level or county level restriction on what can be built and what would or would not be to code. You could ask local builders, or the local city building inspector perhaps.
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Tom, what you should offer would depend on many things...location, lay of the land, any amenities, etc. This is something an experienced and qualified agent can help you with by providing comps on similar properties nearby.
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Regina Nicho…, Real Estate Pro in Huntsville, AL
That and REPAIRS are anathama to the Banks.
If you are CASH challenged;
you might offer a little more for the house; making it clear what you are doing, and include ~3% for Buyer's Closing Costs.
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Probably not going to get many Realtors jumping to answer this.
Why dont you want to use an agent? Save the 6%?
Selling a home is highly difficult, time consuming, and emotional. Long story short, I HIGHLY recommend working with an agent to professionally handle this for you. You will be glad you did and it will be worth it when its all said and done.... more
You can go to www.FreeHomeValuesInHunstsvilleMadison.com and you can get a market snapshot of your area. ( and Yes, it really is free) If that doesn't help you, let me know and I will do a market analysis from our mls system and send to you.
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Madison, AL 35758
Hi Violet Perry, I am not sure what you are asking exactly?
If you decided to sell your property the best way that I can see is to connect with a good, solid area Real Estate Agent who will not only guide you through the entire process, but also get you all the information you need to become a well educated seller, really knowing not only the market value of your current home, but also what the market currently will bear, how much negotiation you should expect and how long most likely your property may stay on the market before contract. Also the experienced agent will be able to assist you in deciding if your home needs some updaten (like more current paint colors on the walls) or some staging or refinishing of hardwood flooring etc.
If you do not know an experienced Agent in your area, let me assist you and connect you with one of my trusted Realtor Colleagues in the Huntsville AL area, Just e-mail me to firstname.lastname@example.org
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You can of course try to sell for sale by owner, and there are several FSBO sites available to you for a nominal fee, but still you will connect with the largest number of Agents who may have potential buyers for you if you were to list with a local brokerage company and an agent you trust.
Let me know if I can help, on this site only Realtors can list their properties!
As far as I know!
Let me know if you want me to connect you with an agent who then can list your home on Trulia and many many other websites!
Hope to hear from you, if and when your property goes on the market will you be looking to buy another home, if so where, what and price range? Just wondering.
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Contact a realtor who can represent you regarding the contract. These types of sales can be extremely tricky unless you read the fine print. How do you know there is not a mortgage on a home, or just taking it from seller word. Keep in mind any lease/ lease option purchase your in business with the property owner/seller best to always try to obtain your own loan to purchase a home. These types of transaction in some instances lead to major problems. Also confirm there are no liens on the property
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That will depend solely on the contract you sign. Always have it reviewed by a Real Estate Attorney so he/she can tell you about the clauses. If you want to get easy access to attorneys for reviews, sign up for a pre-paid legal plan that allows reviews. These are generally month to month plans and that could save you hundreds of dollars.... more