I'm sending you a link to a website called National Information Center. I'm afraid you'll have to copy and paste as it didn't copy as a hyperlink. So ... more
Normally, as an independent entity, they will just charge a commission.
The transfer tax in NH is 1.5% of the sales price and is typically split 50/50 between the buyer and seller...
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Are you talking about closing costs? It depends on your loan....the best thing is to talk to your lender who can give you a better answer on this.
Yes, if you sell the house in NJ, there will be a NJ tax.
I admire your aggressive stand at agency commissions. However be careful what you are asking for. If an agent cannot defend and negotiate their own fees, how ... more
Yes, there are still costs you have to pay even if you are paying cash. You won't have to pay any loan related fees but you should still have an appraisal done (for your ... more
You might want to look at doing a Short Sale first. If your Realtor thinks that it is an option and that with your particular circumstances you can get Short Sale Approval, pl ... more
You should be represented by a Real Estate Agent when you are considering buying, selling, or leasing any property.