I think you are looking a gift horse in the mouth. A buyer is ready to settle now and is willing to let you stay! That leaves all the questionable outcomes out of the equation when it is time for you to move on. You can basically be worry free for the next 10 months. No buyer backing out, no appraisal issue, no inspections issue, no mortgage issues, no market drops, no mortgage rate increases, no buyer credit drop issues, no repair issues, etc. Once you settle, you have your money. If the buyer gets hit by a bus, not your concern. If the furnace breaks, not your concern. You are ready to go. You have to live somewhere and that always costs money. If you owe, then principle and interest, taxes, insurance, repairs, maintenance etc. If you have no mortgage, you can skip the principle and interest but all the rest still applies. Put the money a safe investment and use the tiny interest to help pay the rent. The buyer wants to secure a good mortgage so there has to be an concession that benefits you, perhaps a lower than market rent for your part in helping her. Anything you both can agree to can work. Think of something that you would like in exchange for her getting what she wants. Give a little, get a little.... more
We are renting our home in Malvern for the next year and would love to talk with you about it! Email me at email@example.com or call me at 484-318-9063 and I will give you all the information. It is close to the borough of Malvern, which is the kind of community you are looking for. It's an updated 4 bedroom home. Contact me for more info! Thanks!
Very broad search. You will find taxes in Delaware County (Havertown, Springfiels, Media, and parts of Ardmore to be higher than Montgomery County (Narberth, parts of Ardmore), however the home prices on average will be more reasonable in Delaware County. All the areas of interest are close to public transportation. Ardmore and Narbeth have train service with 25 minutes of center city.
Lower Merion Schools (Ardmore and Narbeth) are top notch, Haverfords school are very good as are the schools in the Media area. Springfield are a bit below the others by good. you can reach me at 610 724-0771 to discuss or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks Joe Ferrandino... more
Just wanted to get back to you regarding the horse farm coming on the market in Malvern. It will have 7.7 acres and be priced under $899,000. In that township (Charlestown Twp) the minimum for horses is 4 acres. If you are looking for something smaller, I am happy to help. I live in Malvern and it is the primary area I work. I'm happy to help!
Keller Williams Realty
Hi, I just confirmed with the owner that the property is indeed rented. The listing agent just has not removed it from the system yet. Sorry. Please let me know if I can assist you with anything else. Take care.... more
Pat Harvey, ABR, Realtor with Prudential Fox & Roach Home Marketing Center. I am quite familiar with Charlestown Oaks, have rented units for clients. Currently I have received an e-mail from a colleague who has a client who is looking to rent in Charlestown Oaks. I would think that time is of the essence and would love the opportunity to talk with you as soon as possible. My cell phone is live fr 8a to 8p. I await your response and look forward to working with/for you in the rental of your Charlestown Oaks home.
Pat Harvey, ABR, Realtor
Prudential Fox & Roach Home Marketing Center
49E. Lancaster Avenue
Malvern, PA 19355
Office Direct: 484-595-1637
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This is not my property but I think it must mean the kind of shingle that looks like cedar shakes but is really made from asbestos and perhaps some kind of cement. Even though it is asbestos you should look it up for yourself because I seem to recall that it is not the "friable" kind that is most dangerous. Perhaps it is safe enough if left alone. I would really take special care and learn a lot more about it if I were going to try to remove or demolish this type of shingle... more