You can use up to a maximum of $5,000 of the $8,000 tax credit in something that is call "pre-fund" at closing. Ask your loan officer if you qualify for other progra ... more
I would advise that you call an attorney.
Have your agent put in writing and present it to the sellers for their signatures.
I am a Realtor working out of the Destin/ Emerald Coast area of the Florida panhandle. The reason I am contacting you is because I work with a builder who is based out ... more
It's likely your agent doesn't like the short sale experience because of their history of poor treatment of buyers. The reality of getting additional discounts after an ag ... more
As it pertains to fees owed, it depends upon the agreement you entered. Ask for a copy of your agreeme ... more
I recommend that you interview some Realtors and determine who the best Realtor is for your needs.
FYI there are many buyers buying right now, so you might want to tailor your p ... more
As first time homebuyers you really want to look for a lender who has access to all the programs that will benefit you. I work with both mortgage brokers and direct lende ... more