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Jay Cooke, Real Estate Pro in 06878
Jay Cooke answered:
What is the process of building a new home, from loan approval to land purchase to building to closing to mortgage loan? We're so new to this.

There is some useful information in the answers below. The first thing I would do is go to several local banks and sit down with a loan officer. The financial meltdown change ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jan 21, 2013 Home Selling in Newtown
Cornhole, Renter in Pittsburgh, PA
Cornhole answered:
Should I sell my underwater Condo?
I would hold on, if possible. The market cannot get much worse, and will turn around eventually. Ride it out!
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jul 30, 2012 Home Selling in Newtown
Goldie, Both Buyer and Seller in Connecticut
Goldie answered:
Should I sell my house at a loss: Follow Up?
First, determine how much you will lose by staying there. You state you have no emergency funds and that you currently don't have "enough money to get by". That means you are losing mon ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Jun 17, 2012 Home Selling in Newtown
- Ana Mattei…, Real Estate Pro in Ridgefield, CT
- Ana Mattei - answered:
should I go into debt to keep my current house until things turn around, or sell it for a loss, and get something cheaper where I can save money?
I already answered you on May 14. I live in CT knowing very well your area Sandy Hook, Newtown, nevertheless feel free to contac me 203-012-6273 for an extra question.
0 votes Share Flag Tue May 17, 2011 Home Selling in Newtown
Linda A. Cap…, Real Estate Pro in 06855
Linda A. Cappello, GRI, ABR answered:
I have a home for sale on Taunton Lane. We could use some help getting showings. It is priced at 1,299,000 which is a reduction of 250,000.
Althoigh I agree with m$ost of what julie is advising her advice to remove short sales and foreclosures fm comps is not realistic. When you fiind a buyer and the nbank arders an apprai ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat May 14, 2011 Home Selling in Newtown
Julie, Home Seller in Brookfield, CT
Julie answered:
if a seller backs out, after initiating contracts, who pays buyers attorney, seller who initated the contract
Since the buyers backed out, and the contract states $250 will be held for the sellers attorney, then it seems that the seller's attorney should receive the $250 and that should be ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jun 28, 2010 Home Selling in Newtown
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