WHO? If you're inquiring about a rental you found on this site, then chances are it's a SCAM. That's why you won't get a call back. They probably don't speak English. I tell renters to contact local property management companies, or real estate companies that also handle rentals. Trulia isn't a reliable source.... more
also, if your home has been on market for that long, perhaps its time to think of a price reduction or perhaps another agent with extensive marketing experience (not saying your agent isn't qualified because I in no way know who it is)........but homes typically should sell within 3-6 months assuming it is priced right and there aren't any obvious reasons to turn-off potential buyers such as a death on property, foul odor etc....... more
One thing that I do for my clients is set up an email alert for the property that you are interested in. That way as soon as it is listed for sale by an agent you will receive an email. If you talk to a local agent they should be able to do this for you. Good Luck.... more
When it comes to purchasing a home and getting a mortgage all people are treated equally, good credit score, no late payments, income to support the purchase are just a few of the important criteria. So being a disabled person should have no influence with a lender.
A cash sale means there is no financing. Usually it is because a property will not qualify for financing for because it does not meet the criteria for a loan. Distressed properties and many forclosures are cash sales for that reason.... more
Most of our buyers using grant loans are using rural housing loans, & WV housing, these vary from state to state. Of course don't foprgt the first time buyer tax crediet which is up to 85oo for couple 4500 for singles... more
Agree with Pam there about the hard money lender. They do charge a lot for the money - I personally hae a friend who does and knows people from other areas who can provide you with that.
Due to the number of REO (bank owned) properties and/or auctions, I have seen very savvy (key words - very savvy) buyers who are able to buy homes, turn them around and sell them. But they mostly bought it via foreclosure process.
You have to be 'extremely' careful when you do this - do your homework, don't get yourself in a bind.