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Vikram Deol…, Real Estate Pro in 98004
Vikram Deol M.B.A. answered:
Looking to buy an investment property NOW in Seattle Area.
You need a realtor who has the time and energy to educate you oN the areas.
0 votes Share Flag Sun Feb 22, 2015 Investment Properties in 98107
Kjell C Bock, Real Estate Pro in Seattle, WA
Kjell C Bock answered:
Can someone in the real estate field give me some input on current price trends for townhouses in Ballard?
Ballard is a broad area, it has it's highly desirable areas, and less desirable areas. You have low inventory on your side as many Brokers below me have mentioned. I could list off a to ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Apr 15, 2014 Home Selling in 98107
Ray Akers, Real Estate Pro in Seattle, WA
Ray Akers answered:
We would like to purchase a second home but can only afford 10% down on a $1.2 million price tag.
You have several options; 1) investigate a seller-carried 2nd mortgage, 2) investigate if you can cross-collateralize your present home, 3) explore a larger 2nd mortgage on your pre ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Aug 23, 2012 Home Buying in 98107
Thach Nguyen, Real Estate Pro in Seattle, WA
Thach Nguyen answered:
what are the average realtor fees in bellevue, wa and what is the average excise tax?
excise tax is 1.78% for the king co. the realtor fees usually do not vary with cities. There is not a standard realtor fees but by practice, usually a listing fee is 3% and a buyer' ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jun 30, 2010 Home Selling in 98107
Sam DeBord, Real Estate Pro in Seattle, WA
Sam DeBord answered:
is there a way around reality trac in king county, WA?
The quick way around it - email an agent every time you have a question - it's free. Feel free to email me when you need the info.

Sam DeBord
Seattle Real Estate
0 votes Share Flag Tue Feb 24, 2009 Home Buying in 98107
Debt Free Da…, Real Estate Pro in 85260
Debt Free Dave answered:
What is mortgage insurance and do I always have to get it if putting less than 20% down?
No, there are plenty of Lender Paid Mortgage Insurance options out their now. You could also just stick with the classic 80/20, 80/15 model.
0 votes Share Flag Mon Nov 26, 2007 Home Buying in 98107
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