Welcome to the club. The banks always take a long time to do negotiations. I don't think GMAC's filing for bankruptcy (which I didn't know they did) has anything to do with it.
You should expect a minimum of 90 days just to get a response, more if you have not gotten in touch with the right department. Consider contacting an experienced Short Sale Negotiator to help you with your negotiations.
It depends on the size and condition. The location is great, just a block west of Shields and near City Park! It is still difficult to determine without seeing it. Let me know if you have more information and I can give you a better idea! Jennifer Kelly... more
Good Morning!! If your home is selling in a Conventional Auction, I believe you can certainly set a reserve price with your Auctioneer. If the Auction is being done by the Bank or Mortgage Lender I believe that they will be setting their reserve price. Good Luck to you!
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I recommend you contact a CPA or other professional who specalizes in tax advice. Contact someone in your area to ask all your tax questions. Ask around and try to find someone really knowledgeable. Now that you are doing fix and flips, you will want to know all the tax implications.... more
Depends on what type of property you're selling and where in Bellvue it's located. Mile High Land & Homes closed 4 vacant land parcels, 2 homes and 2 cabins in Bellvue in 2009. We currently have 18 listings in Bellvue, mostly in the Rist Canyon, Stove Prairie areas.... more
In NC the MLS services do not put the listings in any catagory other than by the normal search parameters such as address, and price. So good luck I guess the one thing to ask is how is your marketing plan? Are you going to going for; local, regional, statewide, national or international coverage. Just have a good plan in place.
Do you have nice tenants? Would your tenants cooperate with showings? Would the house show nicely with the tenants in place? When does the current lease expire? Spring is on the way and we notice the activity on our listings is picking up. If the circumstance are right, maybe consider putting your home on the market this spring. If your home sells, great. If you home doesn't sell, you could continue to rent your home out. Best wishes.
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Without seeing your home and just by hearing the description unfortunately, it sounds like it might be overpriced. In today's market offers at 20k less than asking is unfortunately where a lot of savvy buyers are going to start. Did you try to negotiate with those offers? Another thing that you might consider is the condition of the home. Staging sells homes. Most home buyers can not picture it theirs unless it looks like they would want it. While you do not have a crystal ball and can't cater your staging to all, you can arrange, decorate and stage in a way that appeals to the widest range of buyers. You might consider a consultation with a home stager to see where you line up. They would be able to give you a good bit of advice that you may be able to do yourself for a small consultation fee.... more