A good place to start is by contacting a competent realtor who can take a look at your home and provide you with an opinion of what you could sell it for in today's market. ... more
I can understand your frustration, If you are working with a Realtor who really knows what you want they can guide you in the way to make the best offer quickly. Cash does not a ... more
Basically, though, you answered your ... more
If they don't, you can always check Trulia's list of agents above, ... more
You need to stop looking for homes and not waste any realtor's time until you get your own house in order and clean up your credit.
The credit score is not all that matters, Getti ... more
Heck no you can't buy cheap in Florida, this ain't freakin West VA!
But if you buy now, you can buy up to 6% to 7% cheaper than if you wait till Dec. 2013!
We got everybody an ... more
Yes, that's very feasible. You won't pay any commission as a buyer -- that's paid for by the seller. When you decide to rent it out, the typical fee for property managemen ... more
Get pre-approved for your loan (unless you're paying all cash) - so you know what properties you should look at for purchase. And, hire a Realtor to assist you - unle ... more
the Queens, Long Island and Brooklyn areas. I close and work on short sales from start to finish.
Depending on style, amenities and finishes the costs can vary widely from roughly $200 to $450 a sq. ft. If you go the modular route, the costs can decrease dramatical ... more
The best person to ask about that would be either your bank or a mortgage broker. They will be able to give you a good idea of what you can afford based on your income, the ... more
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Carmel and North County are up at least 10% over last year. Prices had dropped to absurdly low levels, so they are making a rapid come back. Multiple offers are pretty ... more