Andrea Baza, Other/Just Looking in Beaverton, OR

if this property is bought / no financing, that the price is nagotiable?

Asked by Andrea Baza, Beaverton, OR Tue Feb 12, 2013

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No disrespect but I cant understand your question. Therefore, its impossible for me to answer.
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Many are not financed so you have to pay cash. You never know what a seller will take unless you make an offer. The issue with these are you pay a rental fee when the house is in the neighborhood and that fee now is $843 a month and that includes the pool and other things. Taxes are almost $400 year because the house is considered personal property and it can be moved. You could buy something higher if you figured the monthly out flow. There is nothing this low that you can buy to live in unless you wanted to get a loan on a condo and then you still would have monthly fees but much lower like $150 a month but something that will hold value and you have to sell years from now. Manufactured homes don't hold there value unless they are on land that the owner owns. Good luck to you. Tom Inglesby, Broker RE/MAX Equity Group
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You will have to make an offer to see whether or not the seller is negotiable - some can be, others cant be due to amount owed to a bank or for other reasons.
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Lana, hello. thankyou for replying back. I have a question. What is the monthly land cost per month if you purchase paid in full for a property?
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As to price if financed or not a price is subject to what a buyer is willing to pay. As we are currently in a market where we have a low inventory of home the seller has more power to stay at asking or close to it.
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