It sounds like you are trying to sell your house yourself,
and you haven't a clue:
Even Realtors do not work from a template; there are differences in every transaction;
It was easy; everyone would be doing it.... more
good evening...before you begin looking for the home...first approach a reputable mortgage lender in your area....then you have a budget for debt, how much you can afford...and how the offer needs to be written..(around the way the property will be financed)...your mortgage lender would be glad to recommend an agent....
best of luck..
Most states and townships have some type of CO and Landlord Registration process. In order to be evicted, the landlord must file an action in Landlord/Tenant court. Many courts require proof of Landlord Registration to file the action. Are you trying to stay in the apartment without paying rent? What is the reason for the "attempted" eviction?
To the right of your name at the top of the page, if you are logged in, you will see the word "HELP". Click that. This takes you to the help page and you will be able to contact Customer Service by clicking on the "+" sign next to "Helpful Links" which is on the left side of the page. Then click on "Contact US". You get the idea....
your best bet is to have an attorney who can advise you, if you can not afford it, bring lots of pictures and evidence to court. take pictures of everything wrong, bring a copy of the notice there is no co and maybe even print up the law requiring a landlord to have one. good luck... more
Boy Heather, if only us agents had THAT crystal ball! I believe that just about any investment in real estate is a good one. The Aston Community has seen growth like most of the communities west of the Blue Route. There are some great deals in Aston, although some of my buyers think that the taxes are high. If you're a first-time homebuyer things are even better because of low interest rate and high housing inventory. Be sure to contact a Realtor who is knowledgeable about the area.... more