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Ute Ferdig -…, Real Estate Pro in Newcastle, CA
Ute Ferdig - Atty. Negotiator answered:
What about a manufactured or modular home on acreage? Can these be financed with a normal mortgage?
Hi Mark. While you don't have to pay cash, financing manufactured homes is different than financing a stick-built home. Typically, the rates are higher, you need a bigger down payment ... more
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James Hsu, Real Estate Pro in Mill Creek, WA
James Hsu answered:
Is it appropriate to ask to split roof replacement?
I think that is a very diplomatic way solution to your problem. First, see if you can get an objective opinion of your roof from a roofing contractor. Maybe ask if the roofing contrac ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Mar 30, 2008 Home Selling in Pittsburgh, PA
Chris Highla…, Real Estate Pro in Frederick, MD
Chris Highland answered:
Are there many green agents out there? I keep hearing that this is the NEW thing and was wondering if there
I was hoping someone would ask about this. I've been wondering the same thing. I was just surfing the web about it last week. It's really big on the west coast, and I think its going ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Jun 26, 2012 Home Selling in Silver Spring
Barbara Ostr…, Real Estate Pro in Oradell, NJ
Barbara Ostroth answered:
Carpenter ants found during inspection, What should I do?
Don't worry about it vis a vis resale value. Typically, the seller usually takes responsibility for treating for termites or carpenter ants before closing as part of the inspection dis ... more
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Michael Mesa, Real Estate Pro in Tacoma, WA
Michael Mesa answered:
Manufactured homes a good or bad idea?

That's a great question. Like any purchase you must determine the wants and needs. In this case, one of your needs is saleability.

Given the vast improvements to today's mobi ... more
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Christopher…, Real Estate Pro in 92543
Christopher Walker answered:
CALHFA and homes needing repairs. Is lack of carpet in living room an offense or are they just talking about?
If this question relates to availability of a loan for a home that is lacking flooring, CALFHA and most other lending programs will not lend without proper flooring installed before clo ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Feb 2, 2008 Foreclosure in Riverside, CA
Beth Moran, Real Estate Pro in Sacramento, CA
Beth Moran answered:
I am getting ready to sell my mother's main line estate home. It is a lovely 5000 sf georgian colonial,
Wait until spring! You obviously have much to do to get the home ready and most people put their purchases on hold until after the holidays. Get three good referrals for agents and foll ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Jul 30, 2011 Home Selling in Haverford
Marc Paolella…, Real Estate Pro in Succasunna, NJ
Marc Paolella, Relo Director answered:
Is summit over-priced? What other cities in Union County are good 'value for money'?
Hi Albe,

The basic answer to this question is this: If you are the type of person for whom living in a "prestigious" community is not a value, then areas like Summit, Chatham, and We ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Mar 26, 2015 Market Conditions in Summit
n/a, Other/Just Looking in 19101
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Who is building energy efficient (green) homes, townhouses, in Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley?
Try contacting philaLab. They are working on some green projects in graduate Hospital and NoLibs.
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jan 18, 2010 Home Buying in Philadelphia
Keith Sorem, Real Estate Pro in Glendale, CA
Keith Sorem answered:
Confused! Inspector, Roofer, Termites, Oh My!
I would first suggest talking with a Realtor. An experienced agent can help you in sequencing what needs to be completed and when.

There are two schools of thought on inspectio ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Sep 27, 2007 Home Selling in California
Warren Damia…, Real Estate Pro in 07424
Warren Damiano answered:
What is a CO ? Is it some sort of buiding code compliance ordinance?
Certificate of Occupancy, is required in most towns in order to sell.
It is an inspection usually done by the local official to look for any code violations ie: illegal residences, ban ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Sep 21, 2007 Home Selling in New Jersey
Deborah Madey, Real Estate Pro in Red Bank, NJ
Deborah Madey answered:
Sellers in NJ now getting home inspections?
Hi Mercer,

I am more familiar w/ this in other states than in NJ. In some areas, sellers get their home inspected and ‘certified’ before going to market.

I have h ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Jan 4, 2008 Home Selling in New Jersey
Mr.P, Other/Just Looking in Arizona
Mr.P answered:
3.5% Buyers Broker Commission?
You had a professional Realtor as you say "courting your listing" in your home giving you his professional advice. I am sure he gave you comps also. If he said 3.5% commission, and he ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Jul 4, 2008 Foreclosure in 18944
Pam Winterba…, Real Estate Pro in San Ramon, CA
Pam Winterbauer answered:
Is it better to offer a 4% buyers agent commission or lower the asking price?
In my humble opinion I feel that a lower price will attract more buyers.

A second option is to take that extra percent and offer it as a buyer incentive, i.e. credit for closing co ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Sep 30, 2014 Home Selling in Elk Grove
Jim Walker, Real Estate Pro in Carmichael, CA
Jim Walker answered:
What's the best way to generate traffic into a home for sale. We added a $1,500 agent bonus. Does this help?
Yes, it helps. Don't think that is merely agent greed either.

Just as importantly to me. It tells me that the seller is motivated to sell, not just "testing the waters"
It tells ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Sep 17, 2012 Home Selling in Aliquippa
Benjaminday, Real Estate Pro in Colorado Springs, CO
Benjaminday answered:
How do you narrow down a search for a buyer when there are hundreds of homes to sift through?
Preview them. As goofy as that sounds, one of our very best agents, $6 million u/c this month, previews all the time. Then she shows 6 to 8 of the best. When you start getting in lots o ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Jul 28, 2007 Tech Tips
Vicki Moore, Real Estate Pro in San Mateo, CA
Vicki Moore answered:
Are home inspections worth the money?
Yes! And more - but don't tell the inspector that. Be sure to attend the inspection to get all that great information that won't be in the report; they'll show the buyer how to update ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri May 15, 2015 Home Buying in Denver
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