Have you found a specific property? If so, the listing information should says whether or not it is subject to any neighborhood association fees, like a home owner's association (HOA). There is a civic association active in the area as well. Here is a link. http://www.ednorgardenslakeside.com/civic.html.
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There are a lot of good contractors out there. You just have to go by word-of-mouth. That seems to be the best way to find honest and hardworking contractors. You could also try going online and seeing what you can find there. http://www.westerncos.com/services... more
Loan demand was on the rise last week, posting a strong rebound driven mostly by applications to purchase a home, the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) reports in its seasonally adjusted weekly mortgage
This would be a problem for the agent and the seller, but not the buyer. In most cases, the commission is posted on the listing and the closing agent takes care of this. If this is a for sale by owner situation, the agent should discuss this with the closing agent, review the settlement statement to ensure they were getting paid as per the agreement and get it resolved then.
If the deal somehow closed and the agent didn't get paid, they need to request payment and if they won't pay, they may need to pursue this legally.
Everything needs to be in writing and signed for the agent to win.
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Getting in touch with a mortgage professional can review your credit report to see what you need to address. Your position sound a little more complicated as you already have an existing mortgage.
The question I have for you is what is your goal? Do you intend to keep the property you currently own and rent? Are you intending to sell and use the proceeds to help finance the purchase of the new property? What type of mortgage do you currently have (FHA, VA, Conventional)?
Property transactions can be complicated, I suggest you contact a full service company that can provide multiple services and coordinate those services in house.
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One of my buyer clients recently asked me this question out of frustration. And when I opened the Baltimore Sun this morning an article appeared that appropriately described the current situation (which
I, like many Realtors, have seen home buying activity tick up quite significantly since January. Within the last month alone four of my buyer clients have experienced a phenomenon that we have not seen
Not necessarily. When evaluating offers a seller is going to look at the total package - What is the bottom line you are going to net from the sale?, What is the likelihood that financing will fall through?,
Well I'm not but my buyers are. Here is the situation. We go visit a home prior to it being listed. It was going on the market two days after we saw it. My clients liked it but they felt it was
When a seller counters your offer do not take it personally. At the end of the day they want the best price that they can get for their home just like you want it as cheaply as possible. Unfortunately,
Home ownership is not for everyone. I am currently working with a buyer who wants to make certain that she can still maintain her "single lifestyle" spending habits and own a "nice" home. She currently
As a parent myself I understand the motivation behind your intentions to protect your children in everything that they do, including buying their first home. However, by inserting yourself as the gate
The State of Maryland has a great program to help homebuyers obtain home ownership and now first time homebuyers can get a tax credit too with it!. If your clients have not owned a home in the past
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The traditional housing co-op involves the formation of a corporation for the purpose of acquiring title to a multi-unit building and, in turn, leasing individual units (apartments) to the shareholders of the corporation; whereas condominium ownership involves acquiring title to individual apartments or units. In fact, condominium ownership is, for most practical purposes, only one form of cooperative housing and, like the co-op, must include provisions for management and maintenance of the building(s) and common areas, usually dictated by an elected Board of Managers, in the case of a condominium, and a Board of Directors in the case of a co-op. Co-op ownership represents an interest (i.e. stock) in realty; condo ownership is actual ownership of realty.... more