If I can help in any way, feel free to email or call.
Best of luck to you,
You will also have signed some addendums relating to the bank owned property, if you have any concerns, you need to verify with the listing agent what rights you have on this.
I wouldn't worry too much about having to buy appliances - for about $2,000 you can get a super nice stainless set, which considering the great price, isn't too big a deal!!
I don't know your situation at all but you may qualify for Fort Lauderdale's "First Time Homebuyer" program. You may want to check this out.
Well done, I hope it all goes well for you. Keep us all posted!
PS: I'm just curious why you didn't choose to go with a Realtor - it wouldn't have made any difference to your purchase other than the fact that you would have had someone going to bat for you every step of the way and someone representing your interests. I do understand people's motivation when they list a house, in that they don't want to pay the commission but as a buyer, I'm interested in your reasons. It will help us all. Again, best of luck!!
MIRA LAGO CONDO UNIT has only one property at the moment which is going for $100k, 2B- 2B LARGE AND SPACIOUS UNIT WITH VAULTED CEILINGS,WELL MAINTAINED,LOTS OF CLOSETS, WASHER AND DRYER. NEW ROOF, NEW EXTERIOR PAINT, AMAZING LAKE VIEW GREAT LOCATION.
Also here is a property search for you to explore and find your dream property.
Prudential Florida Realty
1306 S.E. 17th Street
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316
Once you narrow it down to a few properties, research the "story" on each one and figure out which will be the most motivated to meet your price... you may be pleasantly surprised.
Again, if I can help in any way or if you decide to continue to look, I'd love to work with you.
Happy Fourth of July!!!
I just got the home inspection done and have a problem with Toxic Mold. Its the drywalls in the laundry room and means I have to tear the walls down in the laundry room to restore the place or risk doing that in future . Not the coolest deal after all.
The 3rd bedroom is a den which was a part of the Kitchen earlier . Also one needs to own the place at least for 1 year before you can rent it so that its discourages any investors from buying. I am now in two minds and have requested the condo financial's and will let you know when they get back.
Jeannette you are right the listing mentions $368 but when I called they said its $395 (almost $400).
The unit I am looking at is Bank owned asking price of $99,900 . Seems like a fair price compared to the other listings I saw. The only part I don't like is it won't come with any appliances (I presume most foreclosures don't ).
Sounds like I need to call the condo association and verify what is included in the HOA.
Am I legally allowed to ask for the Condo Financial documents before I become an owner , with lots of foreclosures it will help to know this information to see if there are any red flags.