Google/Bing for the top selling brokers in your area, ask your building manager for top selling brokers in your building, READ the broker postcards in your mailbox to learn who REALLY sells the units in your building vs just displaying what sold.... more
Not sure what you mean by 'accepted'. Do you mean you have been through the process of getting the current offer accepted by the bank, and that you have an approval letter? If so, it should only take four to six weeks to close, maximum, depending on the buyer's situation. Do you mean the offer was verbally accepted? Generally, the turn around time at that point is quite short, perhaps a week at most depending on the bank. Do you mean the price was 'approved' prior to the home being listed? In that case my guess would be 90 days, approximately, to get the approval letter and then another 4-6 weeks to close.... more
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It can be, although noise is probably the bigger issue.
When comping it out, ideally you want to use similar properties. When that is not possible, you have to assign a value to it based on the sold price difference of other properties with these differences. When all else fails, a best guess is what one eventually resorts to.... more
There are some properties that you can get for a good price( Short Sales and REO's) in most buildings in that zip code. Contact me for a list of available properties and more information....... more
This building has had some foreclosures in it, but if you like the building, I dont see anything wrong with buying in there.
There is 11 2bed/2bths on the market ranging from 399K-549K. So thats what you can expect for an asking price.
As to a cash offer of 350K on a 410K, that doesnt sound bad to me. But ultimately its were ever you feel comfortable. The worst thing the bank can say is no. (and banks are looking for cash offers) I hope you the best of luck !
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