Check out this article on 5 Great Neighborhoods in Brooklyn! My favorite is of course Bay Ridge. What's yours? On Bay Ridge:Bay Ridge has changed little in half a century. Very different from trendy Park
It is good idea to check your finance first to see if you qualify for purchasing a house or condo.
However, is great to know if you can qualify for a mortgage because sometimes you end up paying more if you rent. I will be happy to help you with either of your goals rent or buying. Thank you
hoping to hear from you soon.
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BUY OR RENT?If you stay in yourhome for 6 years,buying is better.It will cost you$10,460 lessthan renting,an average savings of$1,743 each year.Whether renting is better than buying depends on many factors,
Each day, any number of tenants see the perfect Brooklyn house for sale, yet fail to go ahead and investigate further. Making the move from tenant to homeowner is, after all, one of lifeâ€™s major
Depending on the market and your own income, buying is often times the much better choice. I don't see how renting is any better than home ownership and would encourage purchasing if you will be in an area for an extended period of time. Rents for the same size home, with the same amenities in my area, are double of what my mortgage is. The tax write off, and the ability to own the property, as an investment that I get to use, make home ownership a smarter choice. That being said, if you don't plan on staying in the area, and don't want a long term commitment, then renting may be the better opiton for you.... more
I do a RENT TO OWN program for first time home buyers who have difficulties qualifying for a mortgage.. we help you FREE of cost with getting your credit up to par and getting you approved for the mortgage so you can own the home!! IF needed i can put you on rental basis where i would be your landlord til you're approved! No closing cost or fees and 100% of the rent goes towards the house. Its a fast process, especially for people who REALLY want to own a home. We have newly renovated properties ALL OVER Queens and Brooklyn. No closing cost or fees and 100% of the rent goes towards the house.
If you're interested give me a call at (917) 407-6520 my name is Kajal and i'd be delighted to be of assistance.
After seeing the previous comments, i decided to give you an analysis of what WE do. also answers to many agent's questions/concerns.
Basically we have solutions to all these problems. I represent a company that does RENT-TO-OWN and our clients who are now HOMEOWNERS are still very content with no complains. WHY? Because with us its a case of you get what you see. I will now answer the questions and concerns from the agent below in the same order:
How long is the Option period?
How much money are you putting in to the Option?
What happens if you are not able to execute the Option?
How do you know what your financial situation will be 2-5 years from now?
How much is the rent in the meantime?
Who will be responsible for maintenance and repair in the meantime?
What will be the Market Value of the home in 2-5 years?
What will be the Selling price 2-5 years from now?
1. The option period depends on your qualifications and situation at the time of buying/choosing
2. 100% of the the rent you pay will go towards the house and NOT our company.
3. All of our transactions are FULLY EXECUTED
4. We only sell our houses when we know our potential buyer can afford it.
5. Depends on your qualifications/the house/your budget.
6. We take care of that.
7. With our company it's irrelevant. Our prices are determined by FHA (Federal Housing Administration) Appraisers. So no matter the value, it stays right there.
8. The selling price wont matter if its already fixed =)
Hope that summed it up for you, if you have further questions, feel free to contact me at (917) 407-6520 and my name is KAJAL.... more
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Congratulations on taking the right first step, which is getting a pre-approval letter! This makes life much easier for everyone as you consider your options.
There are co-ops that will accept 10% as a down payment in Brooklyn, I have represented some as the listing agent, but yes, this does certainly limit what is available for your purchase. Many co-ops require 20% as a minimum, or even 25% or more.
I would be happy to speak with you to calculate which approach is best for you personally. If you plan to live in the area at least 7 years, owning for most people is almost always a better financial investment than renting.
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
New York, NY
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The bank does not have to agree to the short sale, so you may not get this property at all. I certainly hope you have an attorney working for you? If so, definitely get their advice. First find out what your contractual obligations are now on this short sale at this point, or you might end up with two apartments--one rental with a lease you are obligated to pay, and one owned by you that you are also obligated to pay for.
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
New York, NY