The best way to go about this is to figure out the ARV (After Repair Value), deduct repair costs and holding costs, then make an offer based on that. If you would like assis ... more
The obvious answer is to be truthful.....
This is a standard banking question for loan applications so you will see it where ever you apply. Your concern about penalized ... more
New Haven's property taxes are on a 5 year phase-in. You can find out more at: http://www.cityofnewhaven.com/TaxCollector/index.asp. You can also go to the Finance Department and i ... more
There is a program through Yale University that offers full time employees a home buying incentive of $5000 plus $2000-2500 for several years up to $ 30,000. To find out ... more
This is a difficult question to answer as it depends on many factors.
1. Do you have a club house, pool or other ammenties that require upkeep?
2. Age of the complex
3. ... more
You have asked a lot of great questions that an investor should be asking. However, there is no short answer. Nobody can tell you which complex will be hot in the future, al ... more
Currently there are 10 active condos to choose from in the Fountain Street area. If you look at stats for this year, 2 have sold and Average Days on Market was 74; The sales pr ... more
Yes depending on your local market if it is slightly down you might get it. Although depending on financial situation of the seller if you go to low you may risk insulting the se ... more