I just emailed you regarding your question. Please provide me with the address or any other info on the unit if you have it, and I would be happy to try to find out whatev ... more
If you have the address, many times you can pull it up on your local tax assessor's website. If you are having trouble finding it there, call a local Realtor and ask them if ... more
You should hang your liscense somewhere. If you are a broker than if you don't hang your license you should get E&O insurance. In order to get a SUPRA key you generally ... more
Also, the person drafting your design should have lawyer reference too.
My guess is that the first appraisal did not come back at the price they are buying yo ... more
The seller questionnaire and the transfer disclosure statement are required disclosures for residential properties. The thought process being that the owner has lived there a ... more
Usually it is the seller who pays for all those fees, unless special agreements are made ahead of time by all parties involved. This in turn will help you when it is your tu ... more
Every locality has a system in place for home owners to challenge their taxes. There is generally a short designated period of time to present your case. Contact your area tax dep ... more
Realtytrac is a service that tracks foreclosure listings or actually pre-foreclosures.
That's a loaded question and I wouldn't generalize as it would depend on what kind of property (use; income, condo, house, etc.) and what the the need for value is for. I ... more