I don't know of a list anywere. I can help you with anything that is listed in the MLS if you'd like to contact me. Most renters tend to look on Craigslist. There is a brokerage that handles only leases - those are not listed in the MLS. http://therentalgirl.com/ The cost of their service is paid by the landlord.... more
It depends on how long you owned this property. How the market is doing in your particular area? Whether you are concerned with upsetting a renter?
If you do not have this property rented and are tired of worrying about the maintenance of this property it might be worth getting a local agent in your area to give you a FREE Market Value on your home and avedrage days on the market to sale a home in the area. At that point you can make a soud decision on whether to sale or not. don't believe everything you read in the paper. Some areas are selling their just taking little longer.
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I'll be glad to help you with. Please email me more details( price range,# of beds,baths,sf.f) and I'll send you some new listings in the area .
If you have any questions please let me know.
I would value this with the Altadena address and look at what it would be also with the Pasadena address. You have to look at both sides to be able to have a better understanding of what can happen in this market. Also looking at what schools are available to you will help you identify what to expect when you go to sell the property. Homes in the North part of NY have sold for more than the south but it will also depend on what amenities and things your home has to offer and what homes have sold for in the last 6 months when putting your home on the market.... more
There are a few properties that come up with that search criteria. I would be happy to send you the listings I have. It also would be beneficial for you to talk to an agent in that area who can help you out. If you would like a referral for an excellent agent in that area, let me know as well. Feel free to contact me directly.
Keller Williams Realty
Of course, they are claiming they had no prior knowledge. Just think it is irresponsible for them to 1-advertise and accept an offer on property they have no prior knowledge of; 2-not work with me the buyer to make it right. There is absolutely no give and they have now told me that the HomePath Mortg won't go through because of the health and safety issues.
Feel like I am caught in a maze. Now they are steering into a HomePath Renovation, so I can pay for all of the health and safety issues. That sucks. Seeking FHA streamline K loan. Not sure if they will accept that since those restrictions will really require they step up.... more
The tenant has all rights as if the space were legal. If the property falls under rent control then you must follow those relocation rules. If the property does not fall under rent control, then the tenant should be given time and notice to move. Sometimes they do and sometimes they don't and have to be evicted. Sometimes they come after the property owner for renting a non-habital space. I always think it's a good idea to go to them, ask them nicely to move and offer them financial assistance to do so. If they will agree on a time and amount, court can be avoided often.... more
But --- did the original contract or addendum put forward by the asset manager indicate the loan would be a 203K? If so, you may have something to go on as they were aware of the loan choice and accepted it.
If they accepted that information on contract, I would be surprised. FHA 203K are notoriously difficult to close, take at least 90 days, and many asset managers will not even accept an offer tied to 203K.
Check with your agent to see what your options are - but I am sure the addendum provided by investor/lender/asset manager had AS IS all over it and doubtful they will allow work to be completed or credit given without prior knowledge/approval of the loan product via the offer.
Is this your primary residence? What other assets are you speaking of? Do you have equity in your home?
I think the information you provided is a little too vague to give an answer. Finance questions like these should go to your cpa or Real Estate attorney. There are several other options besides modification. I have a section on my website that lists all the options homeowners such as yourself have. Take a look at them and find which options you might consider for yourself then call your cpa for advice about your options... Many homeowners feel that modification or foreclosure are the only options but that usually is not the case. If you need a real estate professional in your area, I could help you find one. Or if you have other questions, you can email or call me . My phone number is on my website... Good Luck!... more
You'd have to target homes that are willing to accept FHAs in the first place. I can give you a referral for an agent in the pasadena area, if you'd like.
Shoot me an email and i'll forward it to the agent.
Chinatrust Bank USA... more