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Most Auctions (whether at the courthouse or in a public venue like the Riverside Convention Center) are open to the public.
Sometimes the sellers will put limiting factors on buyers i.e. previous owner cannot purchase their own home back.
However, if the auction is public that usually means anyone can bid. The seller wants as much competition as possible to drive the sale price up.... more
It can be pretty quick if all parties agree. Usually the slowest part of the process is the lender underwriting and appraisal, but you can bypass all that by paying cash. If the sellers agree to a quick closing then it's just dependent on how quickly the title company can get documentation together.... more
Pools are funny things. Some people look at a pool and figure how much it will cost to fill it in. Some look at it as an expense to maintain and others look at it as a must have item. An appraiser will add value for it but some buyers will avoid the house because of it, others will require it.... more
I would really like to know a little more about your situation prior to commenting. My wife and I have
been representing buyers for more than 20 years and we have seen it all. Call me tomorrow, lets talk
a bit and I will probably be able to shed some light on what happened and how best to move forward.
If you are not in a contract with a buyer, most brokers would cancel and let you move one. I for one let clients cancel if they are not happy with my services and we have tried our best to work together and if there is not a buyer involved.
However, if you are under a contract with a buyer, it will cost you the 6% (3% to buyer's agent 3% to listing agent).
Keep in mind, a contract is a contract. And if the broker does not want to release you, they do not have to. You may also want to contact the agent's broker directly. Perhaps he/she can assign you to a different agent?
You have probably already done this, but try to talk with your agent and let him/her know your concerns and how they can improve their service. I always appreciate a client that is open and honest.
I also know that sometimes it is just a bad fit.
Please let me know if you have any further questions. 951-660-1824... more
If the agent listed your home for sale and then you decided to cancel, there typically is no fee. However, if you were to decide not to sell after the agent had found a qualified buyer for you who was ready to purchase your home, then you may owe the agent a fee. Do you have a copy of the agreement that you signed?
That will be the tell all.
Of course I can help. Just give me a call at 951-259-0764 or visit http://goo.gl/TJahJ and answer a few questions about the home you're looking for. I'd love to be your Realtor.
Prudential California Realty... more
You are correct. The has picked up and there is a great demand for properties that are both For Sale and For Rent. As a very active Real Estate Broker & Property Mgr in the Inland Empire, I would suggest renting out the property for at least a year or two, and then putting the property up for sale. I would also consider a Lease/Rent to Buy Option with the appropriate tenant. If you wish to discuss to determine the best option, you may contact me directly @ (909) 376-6441
Rudy Alanis - Broker / Property Mgr
Lic #: 01276366
There will b a Open House Saturday 08-31-13 @ 15860 Bonita Verde Ct in Moreno Valley (925555). Hours will be from 10:30-2:30 pm. House is listed for 320k and is in a gated community. See you there!
How much loan a borrower qualifies for is determined by their debt-to-income ratio (DTI).
Net pay doesn't mean anything because lenders use gross income. Need to determine if that income is W2 hourly or salaried, or self employment, or other.
Also need to know what your other monthly minimum liabilities are.....auto loans, credit cards, student loans etc...
Other significant factors that will impact how much you qualify are:
- The property tax rates
- HOA fees
- If you have a spouse who is not going to be on the loan
- Loan program being used
- Size of down payment
If you are interested in learning more about a down payment / closing cost assistance program, contact me via the web reference link below or call (951) 215-6119.
And ask me how you can qualify for a big lender credit to help pay your closing costs.... more