2900 sq. feet (3 levels)
Backing the woods
4 bedrooms (3 upper level and 1 in basement)
3.5 baths (2 full at upper level, 1 full in basement, powder room on main level)
Gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances
12 additional parking spots in front
From today's economy, artificial inflation control by treasury (0 basis points on secondary market lending), national house price will correct +- 10% and during the coming four years of increasing US deficit and more money influx in the market, prices are not going up any where close to what you bought for (Loudoun is an exception but according to your given numbers, this WILL not work for you). Also keep in mind that even if home prices appreciates to your cost level, selling the house carries 6% of the commission cost to agents and some other miscellaneous expenses.
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There are several factors to consider in your situation. Owning rental property in this area can certainly be a great way to build wealth. I am seeing many properties being purchased in the area these days for rental investment. This is really a business decision that you should evaluate in business terms: What will be your cash flow? What will be your return on investment? What are your risks when weighed with your return? Is this the type of business you personally would enjoy being in?
As a recent transplant from Broadlands to Brambleton I am familiar with the properties and builders in the area. I would love to have an opportunity to sit down with you and talk about this.
Keller Williams Realty-Loudoun Gateway
If that is a good number then you should determine your cash flow if you were to rent the property and all the expenses relative to renting. Will you use a property management firm or manage it yourself and do you have the patience and contacts for that i.e. vendors to make repairs that will occur during the rental period.
All this vs. selling now and not dealing with rentals.
If you would like to sit down to have a more specific discussion about running a cash flow or determining the current Market Price of your home etc., let me know.
Keller Williams Realty
Since you do not need to sell in order to purchase, you have different options. You can either rent, or sell, and that decision has to be weighed by you looking over the pros and cons of both options. Not everyone is cut out to be a landlord. I would love to have the opportunity to meet with you and discuss the pros and cons, as well as give you the CMA for renting and selling. Depending on a few factors, the market is very good for renting and selling right now. I would like to give you the proper information to help you ultimately make the best decision for you. Please contact me at your convenience, via email, phone, or text.
Thank you, and good luck with choosing the right Realtor to help.
Keller Williams Realty
Since you do not need to sell to purchase, you have to weigh the pros and cons of renting vs, selling, and see which one is a better fit for you. The rental market is very strong, and you should have no problems in renting out your TH quickly, all depending on several factors of course, condition, pricing etc. However, becoming a landlord is not best suited for everyone. It can be quite nerve racking at times. I would love the opportunity to sit down and discuss the details, and help you make a decision that is best for you. Please contact me at your convenience via email, text, or phone.
Thank you, have a great day.
Keller Williams Realty
There are several factors that can help you make a decision.
We can provide you Comparative Market Anaylsis of your TH.
Did you already found a SF?
In order to reduce your loss by selling your current, I would recommend buy a "short sale" or "foreclosure."
I work with short sale and foreclosure and found lot of great deals for my clients.
Plus, I can help you as well with reduced fee and rebate at closing towards your down payment!
Junaid Bashir / Realtor
rentals in that price range, your Realtor will be able to pull the comps and present that information to you
remember once you do not live in the property your taxes will somehow go up and you will have to
pay income taxes on the rent, calculate what your actually net will be, and include a specific amount for
potential appliance repair or replacement, you know your home!
Then discuss in detail with your local Realtor, if you are currently saving money when buying the new
home also for less, in other words if you decide to sell your townhouse, after you discuss for how much
it could or would sell, and your net to seller, and you lose money, how much less will you be paying for
your new home and the monthly payments how low will they be with the current low interest ratess
Then throw in your moving costs and closing costs for both homes, once you have all these numbers
in front of you then you can make an educated and financially thought thru decision, I hope this
helps, if you need the recommendation of a local Realtor in the Ashburn VA region let me know I
gladly send a good one your way.
Good Luck to you
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As with many aspects of real estate, that depends. Among many other variables you'll need to consider to make the best decision for you - it depends on if you need to pull equity out of the sale to qualify for a new loan, depends on your PITI +HOA and what rentals are going for in your community, depends on how strong of a stomach you have for being a landlord....on and on.
Please feel free to share your address privately and I can work up a net proceeds estimate. If you like what you see, we can talk about making a transition that's in your best interest financially.
All my best,
Lisa Moroniak | REALTORÂ® | Service360Â°
SFRÂ® - Short Sale & Foreclosure Certified
Keller Williams Realty
Licensed in VA