You will find more statistical data and most of market MLS data on sites like Trulia or Zillow. Private data like names, phone numbers, etc, are guarded closely and are one reason you need to be licensed to have access to an MLS system.... more
Once you record the satisfaction piece at the court house (or your lender/Title Co does), it should come off tax record. Most folks don't rely on what they see in Trendmls bc it is not always accurate.
Paulette and Randy
What a difference a year makes! It can be frustrating if you are looking for homes for sale in Media, PA. It may seem that everyone wants to live there too. Let's take a look at the numbers as we
Unfortunately a decision only you can make--you, need to consider the economic factors of your lifestyle that would impact on your individual comfort level of affordability. A mortgage outside your budgetary constraints can dramatically alter your overall living conditions. So, be sure to factor micro and macro economic concerns into your mortgage amount deliberations.... more
When selling a home most townships require a Use and Occupency inspection which is an inspection done by the municipality and most of the time the cost of the inspection and any required repairs are taken care of by the seller. In cases where the house is being sold as is, short sale, or foreclosure then those costs usually fall on the buyer. A typical inspection runs $50-$100. Each township checks for different things. Typically it's smoke detectors, railings, and things like broken windows. Is the house you are looking at in Media? I can send you a list of what the township inspects. Feel free to call or email me with any questions! And Happy House Hunting!
Keller Williams Media
The buyer broker should still be compensated the same way, from the sellers proceeds from the agreed upon percentage that was decided between the seller and Help U Sell. In many cases. it is similar to a FSBO where the owner agrees to compensate the buyers broker. For the most part, the seller handles most of the activity but pays Help U Sell to get it on the MLS. Help U Sell, to the best of my knowledge, will provide very limited services besides putting the property in the MLS to the seller. From a sellers perspective, this may work well in strong sellers markets but not so good in current market conditions. Basically, from what I have seen, you get what you pay for...... more
Hi Katy, you don't need to make a website. Any listing placed on the MLS will automatically be fed out to Realtor.com, Trulia, etc. You can simply use one of those links as your website. The point here is you don't want to recreate the wheel. You want to be where the consumers are, and they are on Realtor.com, Trulia, the MLS, etc.
I would be happy to discuss various packages whereby I can list your home on the MLS and co-market it with you. Feel free to give me a call or email me with more info about your home.
Eric Axelson, Associate Broker
Kurfiss Sotheby's International Realty
There are many opportunities to enjoy the Arts in Media and surrounding areas. Go to www.mediaartscouncil.org. There you will begin to see only one phase of the arts connection.
You can reach me at 610-299-6993 or firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be happy to answer all your questions or find the answer.... more
I assume you are saying from a 30 to a 15 year. It saves you a half a percent in intewrest rate. That realkly doesn;t help you if you are hospitalized with stress and high blood pressure
I never recommend pushing to the point of pain umless you are extreemely disciplined AND you have significant reserves.
Interest rate isn't everything especially when you it causes pain.
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You can always negotiate. Do you have a REALTOR representing your interests as a buyer? A good buyer's agent could give you a lot of useful advice and negotiate for you. If you don't have an agent yet, I would be happy to help you. ChristinaCardone@kw.com
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None... you purchase the home paying for inspections, pay half of the transfer tax, title costs, etc. No certificates.
Some municipalities require a certificate of occupancy, but this is typically the seller's responsibility to get.
Hope that helps,
Terrence Charest, e-Pro®
Century 21 Associates
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To the Hob: Yes as a Real Estate Associate Broker I know the history of this property. The problem is we as agents are limited to the information allowed to offer, UNLESS we have a Buyer Agency Contract signed with a buyer. The New Agency Disclosure Law (Act 112) officially signed into Legislation in 1999. We agents and brokers have a fiduciary duty along with (COALD) duties to all our clients. As a consumer/customer you are only provided factual information and is entitled to fair and honest dealings. As a client you would receive advice, counsel and a guide for future action and conduct. We would also investigate any property and its history in order for you the client to make an informed offer on the property. Hope this helps you in your real estate endeavors. Call me to discuss further.... more
Delaware County should be in the TReND MLS and seeing that you are a Real Estate Pro, you can fix it. When looking at the listing, there is a couple of words in blue underneath the photo field stating "Accuracy Issue". Click on that and you can report ANY accuracy issues for the listing.
I have used it several times.... more