The following is not legal advise, Iam not an attorney. Only an attorney can provide legal advise.
If you are one of three owners, your signatiure/consent will be REQUIRED to sell this home (unless there is other provisions in the ownership documents).
The three of you must work together to create the terms and conditions for YOU to buy them out in most situations.
This can become a delicate situation. When the goals of one person is obstructed by the actions of another, the predictable outcome is resentment. Don't let the situation progress to this stage. Stay comitted to working towards a solution.
If necessary, have someone you trust to represent your position and have a meet up with the other owners. Often, a third party is able to keep the emotions out of the conversation. YOu will be surprised how honest, transparent and non-judgemental, discussion can produce a goal and outcome acceptable to everyone. Your trusted representative should be experienced in the many methods of structuring the transfer of owwnership. A real estate attorney or REALTOR(R) are good resources to which you can turn.
It's a shame partner 1 and 2 ambushed you with this effort to sell.... more
Scabi - in New Jersey, or anywhere else in the U.S., commissions are negotiable, and you will find different agents, in the same town (and sometimes in the same agency) charge different commissions.
Interview a series of agents, and include that question as part of your meeting.... more
There are homes listed as being available for lease purchase. I'd need a little more info before I could email you those properties, such as price, bedrooms, type of home, etc.
Get in touch with me via cell or email and I'd be happy to send you what's available.
email: BarbSmith321@comcast.net... more
Good question. I have clients that have bought homes built by both builders and they were happy with the both builders. The benefit of buying the home that is already completed is that you don't have to worry about the landscaping and fence and you already know what the taxes will be. On the other hand Foxmoor is brand new. So you won't have any problems with the house. It's a tough call they both have their advantages and disadvantages. As far as I know both neighborhoods are safe and both builders are good. You may want to call Galloway police to get an opinion on the safety of each neighborhood or you can also drive by at night to check things out.
Please contact me if you have any additional questions or concerns.
Here is the list of FHA approved condos in Galloway: https://entp.hud.gov/idapp/html/condo1.cfm
Fox Chase is not included in that list. They look at several factors including investor ownership.
If you have further questions call me at 609-484-9890 ext. 132.
Although there are several reasons for why your broker might have been able to get that low rate (eg his relationships with specific lenders, new lending programs, etc), the actual reason why is probably less of your concern. Just know that some lenders are willing to refinance at lower rates than they'd be willing to lend for new financing (which could be another reason why).
Besides, whether you're able to lock in 5.0% or 5.18% . . . both rates are considerably lower than 6%.... more