Depends on the seller, their ugency to sell, and the validity of the list price!
I would say that, in general, most sellers won't jump up and down clapping their ha ... more
Do you have the address to the property? I would be happy to research it for you.
Lisa Hill, GRI
I would encourage you to speak with your lender regarding getting cash back for repairs. It depends on the type of loan you are qualified for. You can also ask the Seller ... more
S. Tampa 33611,33609,33629,33606 depending on your budget.
Area keeps their value, best schools, easy commute to everywhere!
and it comes wi ... more
The first step is to see what your current MID FICO score is ( ... more
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Yes! It is the perfect time to invest in Las Vegas real estate! There are great deals to be had and cash is king, as they say. I would love to dicuss your options and exp ... more
If your home is paid for you should look at the fact that you can sell without owing and buy a smaller home. Maybe a short sale or foreclosure on the buying end will be such ... more
Buying bank owned properties are very similar to a traditional transaction in time frame. It can take longer to have a response on your offer however the acceptance time to cl ... more
Come move here and see for yourself.
Please whatever u do don't buy from the builder. Bu ... more
In order to determine what you can comfortably afford to purchase; you first should speak with a mortgage broker or banker as they can then give you a pre-qualific ... more
That is a great question! Any successful, good, realtor probably won't even talk to you unless you are pre approved for a mortgage. Otherwise it is almost a waste ... more
I handle REO's here in the Tampa Bay area in Florida and work directly with the banks on the foreclosures.
Some other ... more