Today's buyers, regardless of the geographical area, are informed, intelligent, and expect to find value with their purchase of a home today.
Upon entering a home, buye ... more
If your plan is to be moved in by the end of May, I would suggest haveing an accepted offer Mid-March through Mid-April. Of course, every home seller has a different scenerio ... more
If you are not married then you can purchase the home and the credit can go on your individual tax returns. Please check with a tax advisor for a true picture of what you ... more
I wish I had a dollar every time this situation and question appeared on trulia! It seems to be a common occurance that pops up frequently.
First, you are not obligated to ... more
Here is a link to all of the answers you will need. Have you found the home yet? If not, let me know how I can help.
http://www.federalhousingtaxcredit.com/2009/fa ... more
You will hear various opinions of what has been "hard" for this market. In comparison to what the media has put out there nationally, Madison has faired well. ... more
It will compare that property to others that must be similar in Sq Ft, bedrooms, bathrooms, ... more
That depends on how the contract is written, and what kind of agreement you come to. If nothing is mentioned about closing costs, then yes each party pays their own closing cos ... more
The very simplified answer is, you require a certain percentage down payment, wri ... more