Thanks for your inquiry. Our office has a rental division and specializes in exclusive rental listings in the Bronx. Call the office at (929) 222-4200 and explain to the receptionist what you're looking for so she can assign you to the proper agent. Best of luck with your search!
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I would consider looking on CraigsList. as there are a lot of rentals there. You can contact those offering the properties directly and ask if they are open to Section 8 even if they didn't put it in the CL post.
Some landlords don't know about it or, if they do, have never done a section 8 lease before and just need to put the first one together to see how it isn't that difficult.... more
My office has a rather large rental division and I would love to take a look at your condo and chat with you regarding renting out your condo. It is no charge to you, we would charge the tenant. I would write down some info on the condo, the rent you are looking for, as well as credit and income qualifications that you are looking for, and we can take it from there. I know a few of the staff in the Parkchester North office as well, which should streamline the process. Feel free to contact me so we can discuss the matter further. Thanks!
Good afternoon Barbie,
To answer your question, I suggest you contact a loan officer to determine your purchasing power. After you do, contact a local Realtor to discuss your approval and what homes fall within your purchasing power criteria.
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Good evening Shujolnyc,
If the appraisal came in for less than the contract price then you should be negotiating with the Seller to lower the price, not considering a financing alternative.
Have you discussed this with your Attorney? A good real estate attorney will contact the Seller's attorney to discuss the reduced appraisal. This is a Buyer's market and your first step should be to request the Seller reduce the price.
Here's my General Primer when an appraisal comes in short:
When the bank appraisal comes in for less than the contract price there are FOUR ways to proceed with the transaction.
1.The Purchaser comes up with the difference in cash. If the appraisal is less than the Purchase price, the Seller basically assumes the Purchaser wishes to buy the house according to the terms of the contract, including the agree upon Purchase Price and therefore will come up with the cash necessary to complete the transaction.
2.The Purchaser and the Seller meet in the middle. The Purchaser comes up with some cash but the Seller also agrees to reduce the price enough to meet the Purchaser somewhere “in the middle.” Both sides want to complete the transaction and so they work it out. This is compromise at its best.
3.The Seller reduces the Purchase Price to equal the Appraised value. This is the least likely scenario. Sellers often want to complete the purchase transaction on the original terms of the contract, including the price.
4.Nothing happens and the deal is cancelled. The Purchaser either cannot or will not come up with the extra cash and the Seller refuses to reduce the price completely or even a little bit to meet the Purchaser. In this case the transaction is cancelled, the Down Payment is returned, and everyone goes home unhappy. The Purchaser has to begin all over again and the Seller has to put the house on the market and try to find a new Purchaser.
In the end, the motivations of all parties to make the deal happen and close the transaction rule the day. Those motivations drive everyone to find a solution and get the deal closed. Or not.
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Thank you for your recent inquiry. I am a Bronx realtor and area expert. My office, which is located in Throggs Neck on E. Tremont Ave, has tons of available apartments in your desired area. I'd be glad to assist you with your apartment search and guide you through the process. Give me a call when you have a moment to chat.
I look foward to working with you soon.
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Hi Yesenia, let me be the first to tell you that you are making a wise decision by choosing a Professional to guide and assist you with the Sale of your home. With the proper tools and marketing techniques your home will sell. Unlike many others I will tell you that I can't guarentee you that I will sell your home. But I will gurantee that I will push and market your home to every buyer on the market. Here at the Pantiga Group we actually co broke and list our properties so that any agent from any company can sell it. With that being said it will increase our chances of selling your home quicker. Please feel free to contact me so that we can set up a time and date to take a look at the property and look at the comparables. Its always good to know first hand and up front what your competition is doing. In todays not so ideal market, the only factors that will stop your home from selling is the pricing. The wrong advise can and will cost you thousands of dollars. Feel free to contact me via email or phone. Bruce McIntyre
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You can do a cash out refi...definitely not a problem.
The amount will be based on current market value and probably a percentage of that value.
Best deal for the lowest rate and least cost to you can be had by calling Brian Tom, Director of Sales for Cliffco Mortgage Bank at 516-448-2434 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get yourself a quality Buyers' Agent! You are contemplating making a MAJOR Investment, and you will need the best help you can find. SEE: http://www.trulia.com/blog/ellen_doc_stephens_realtors/2010/03/why_do_i_need_a_buyer_s_agent for a more complete discussion of what a Buyers' Agent does.
The steps are:
1. Clarify what you want and need. If it helps, I will be happy to send you our Buyers' Preferences Questionnaire. Just send me your e-mail address to email@example.com.
2. Find a real pro agent.who does 4 or 5 transactions personally each month. A part-timer or newbie may be over their own head and not much help to you.
3. Get pre-approved by a strong LOCAL lender. (E-lenders advertise great rates, but frequently don't show up for closing.)
4. Be realistic. There are no perfect homes. Find the best one you can afford. It may take two or three jumps for you to acquire your "perfect" dream home. Start with the best you can find, and move up when market conditions are right..
5. Hire a great Professional Home Inspector. Even brand new construction has flaws. Better to know going in than to find out too late.
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Thank you for your recent inquiry. This is a great question and the first step is to have a local real estate expert, like myself, come by a take a look at your home in order to make an accurate pricing opinion. Many factors will determine a property's overall value (location, condition (unit & building), neighborhood rating etc.) Any real estate agent can give you a ball park estimate based on the information you have provided, but I am a professional who likes to be as accurate as possible while determining value. I can also educate you on current market trends and inform you on what buyers in your market are looking for. I'd be happy to assist you and offer a market analysis at no cost to you. Contact me today so we can discuss things a bit further.
I look foward to hearing from you soon.
Happy New year!
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Does the owner of the apt has it listed with a realtor. If not then you should interview several realtors and see which one you are more comfortable with and what tools they will use to market the apt for maximum exposure. I would be happy to set up an appointment with you to discuss further. You can check my website below for more information.
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Parkchester does not have in-building laundry facilities. There are laundromats in the community within short walking distance to most of the buildings.
It will not be easy. I have just finally placed a lovely couple with one child and unfortunately two dogs who have gone through a SC foreclosure. We spent weeks looking but not only found a nice home and a great place (yes, the entire house) in a fab neighborhood, at a really good price. Yes, a landlord who was willing to give them a chance.
You need a Realtor who will not give up on you. and don't be afraid to tell the prospective landlord what you have been through; there are people with hearts!... more