I'd be happy to recommend a buyer's agent specializing in 33433.
Illustrated Properties, Jupiter, FL
When you deal with homes, as long ss there is no HOA, the turnaround is much shorter as you don't usually have an HOA application fee, unless the development requires it.
With regards to your lease you already renewed...check your lease agreement to see what it says about subleasing. You may be liable for the remainder months.
Jennifer Sommers, Nestler Poletto Sotheby's International Realty
One South Ocean Boulevard, Suite 11 âƒ“ Boca Raton, Florida 33432
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"Artfully Uniting Extraordinary Properties with Extraordinary Lives"
If you're going to use a mortgage, you should immediately call a mortgage broker and get prequalified uimmediately. If you do not have a broker, I can give you a list of two or three whom I are helpful and will respond rapidly.
Once you have the prequalification letter, you are ready to search for Boca Raton homes. When you and your Boca Raton realtor have located the home in Boca you like, you submit the contract. Hopefully, your and the seller come to a rapid agreement on price.
The rest of the time frame is mostly up to the bank that is lending you the money to purchase the home in Boca Raton.
Today, because of all the paperwork necessary, and the desire not to make lending mistakes that will come back to bite them later on, banks are moving more slowly. So, while there may be a bank out there that will be able to get your mortgage done in less than thirty days, the majority seem to take around 45. Add a couple of days to that to look for the house and negotiate the contract and you're looking at a minimum of 50 days.
If you have already renewed for a year with your landlord, you may be liable for the rent for the remainder of the contract.
Some landlords will allow a tenant to opt out of a lease with a payment of 2 - 3 months rent.
Others may not be as amenable. This is a question you will have to work out with the landlord.
You might ask about subletting your apartment. However, you will remain liable for the rent if your sublet does not pay the landlord
Marc Jablon, The Jablon Team
RE/MAX Complete Solutions
Getting qualified to purchase a home may take a little more time I suggest you get with a mortgage and real estate professional to see what you qualify for THEN begin shopping.
I work with some of the best real estate and mortgage people in the business give me a call 561 â€“ 598 â€“ 6300 Brian Murphy
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Morris Williams Realty
You should go over your lease and look up what are the consequences of ending your lease too early. In regards to your home, you are able to to find and close in a home within 2 months, as long as the home is not a short sale. I could assist you with your search, if you are currently not working with an agent. There is a mortgage broker in our office that could give you answers as to how much you qualify for within hours. Look forward to hear from you.
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