You can look into some credit repair. If you have a copy of your report, you can dispute any errors. Make your payments on time, pay down your debt, don't close any accounts.
Options that you may find will be shorter term, higher rates and fees. These are good ways to lose your home and or equity, so take your time to do it right if you can.... more
Open House November 3rd from 1 to 3 pmWelcome to this beautiful home in Morrisville Boro which has been renovated throughout. Enter into the large living room with triple pane window overlooking the landscaped
Welcome to this beautiful home in Morrisville Boro which has been renovated throughout. Enter into the large living room with triple pane window overlooking the landscaped front yard. The living room opens
I'm not sure why you would look for a specific type of buyer? You could try to find a buyer by posting on Craigslist, but be careful of fraudulent buyers. I have a few ideas about this, give me a call if you like. The best way would be to have all repairs required by Sec. 8 completed so it is ready to be approved at closing.... more
There are only 4 available through the MLS at this time. Contact us for details.
Fran and Mark Redding
Prudential Fox & Roach, Realtors
1010 stony hill Road
Yardley, PA 19067
215-208-7169 Cell... more
Craigslist is an additional place to market you home. First you want to make sure the home is priced right (do not use zillow.com for pricing as those numbers are rarely right), second you want to make sure it is staged well and thirdly you want it all over as many avenues as you can.
Best of luck and if you have any questions feel free to email me firstname.lastname@example.org
If you mean Morrisville Borough (19067) it is a very small quaint town along the N. E. Corridor.
The Lehigh Valley offers other areas that would be more up and coming.
If you would like to see some homes in these areas please give us a call.
Elizabeth (Betty) and Jonathan Bonomo
Unfortunate use of information. I always tell my clients to call the local police department to get a feel for the "activity" in the neighborhood they are considering. That way they get accurate information directy from those in the know.... more
Please give me a call and I’d be happy to find you exactly what you need.
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Keller Williams Princeton & Delaware Valley Realty
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Yes, you can list a movie home like a residential home in the Multiple Listing System that real estate agents use to communicate with each other regarding homes for sell, price, address, description and showing information, etc. I would love to list your mobile home and get it sold
I do have Simone who might be interested. Give me a call and if I am not available, you can leave me and I will return your call.
KELLER WILLIAMS PREFERRED
62 South Main Street
Yardley, Pa 19067
Office Ph: 215-493-0200 ext 1087
Direct Ph: 267-395-0251
I would love to give it a shot and help you with a rental if you are still in need of one. My name is Tracy Robinson and I am a Realtor with Realty Mark in Southampton, Pa (Bucks County). I can be reached on my cell 267-600-8405.... more
Janet - this sounds very confusing. I don't know how a transaction can go from a foreclosure (the bank owns it) to a short sale (the seller owns it and needs to negotiate with the bank).
there's absolutely no reason why the bank would "give" the property back to the original owner, in order to renegotiate a loss. It just doesn't make sense.
It sounds like getting the lawyers involved is the right step. Good luck.... more
Dale Cosack was referred to us by a friend to sell our home in Morrisville, PA. From the very beginning Dale was professional and very knowledgeable of the real estate market in Bucks County. He was able
A short sale occurs BEFORE the bank takes the property back, before the bank actually forecloses. The bank does not OWN the property, the seller does, even if they are behind in payments. A buyer makes an offer to purchase the home for less than the amount owed on the mortgage, the owner accepts that offer and then the offer is submitted to the bank for approval. The bank is going to lose money on the transaction and they will try to minimize their losses by coming as close to market value for the home as they can, however, the process can take a long time and the buyer can usually expect a discount for their time and trouble. The home is taken in 'as is' condition because the bank will not make repairs or even make an allowance for repairs that need to be done so a buyer needs to be sure they know the condition of the home and make their offer based on that information.
A foreclosure sale occurs AFTER the bank has completed the foreclosure process and the bank then actually OWNS the property. You still have to negotiate the purchase with the bank, which can be frustrating because banks are not acting rationally these days, and, again, the repairs will generally not be made so the buyer has to know the condition of the property and base his offer accordingly.
It is actually sometimes easier to get a good price on a short sale than on a foreclosure because the banks have less to lose at that point in time and the homes are usually in better condition because they are still occupied.
My advice would be to look at both options. Find a good realtor who is experienced in both short sales and foreclosures and follow their advice.... more