Your realtor can ask but its doubtful a bank will pay much at all in closing costs, it all depends on the bank. I just had one that paid 1% of the sale price but that was a national bank.
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In our mls there is a box where an agent can indicate whether the seller is willing to finance the sale of their home. Contact a realtor to provide you with a list of those homes that match your needs.
Also, check out ads in the newspaper, Craigslist, FSBO and other sites. Sellers who are offering this option will certainly include it in their ads.
Some sellers are willing to do it, but don't want to make it a first option. If you like a house, ask your agent to inquire on the possibility for that house.
RE/MAX On The Water
Hi, it is up to the individual home owner to put their home on the market before it goes to foreclosure. Some of the homes that you see as potential foreclosures may be on the market already and they may be in a shortsale situation and it may have more than one mortgage on it and/or other leins. Otherwise it does take a while for a foreclosure to go through the courts, be bought by the bank at sheriffs sale, be cleared of leins and put on the market.
If you would like more information on what houseing opportunities are out there for you I would be happy to help you, just give me a call or email.
Century 21 First Realty
The best advice I could provide is to start by speaking with the lender your parents would utilize. The lender will most likely dictate how things would need to happen in order for them to provide financing. Please feel free to call or email with any further questions.
The best way to get updates on Foreclosed properties is to contact a local real estate agent, it costs you nothing to work with an agent as their commission is paid by the seller. Also,m when looking for an agent get recommendations from friends, family or coworkers dont just pull one off the internet.
In the last 6 months 61 homes have sold between $95,000 and $110,000. The average home sold for 96% of its asking price. 13 of these homes sold at or above asking price. The average Days on Market was 161 days from the current listing date.
Currently there are 91 homes on the market in this same price range. Last year, another 46 homes sold between 8-19-11 and 2-19-12. With this years market being substantially above lastt years sales you could expect another 60 homes to sell in the same time period this year.
As with any segment of of the Real Estate market, The best of the best sell quickly and at a good price. The rest drag the market down and don't sell or will sell at a reduced price.
I guess you could say that the Real Estate market is alive and well in Appleton!
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I know of quite a few! The ones I can get you into are between the price ranges of $75k to $350k... Please give me a call so we can discuss your exact needs and finances without having it typed out publicly. There's a lot more available than most people realize :0)
You can contact me directly at 920-740-3599 or my email at email@example.com .
It really depends on the house. The best indicator of the value of real estate is based on recent sales of comparable properties. Do you have an Agent? A REALTOR can help you to answer these questions. Some other things to take into consideration: How old is the appraisal? When was the last time the municipality assessed the Property? Hope this helps!... more
Who is the lender? My guess is it's Wells Fargo by the way you described their process. I've delt with numerous lenders and my advice is to call them on a daily basis. Even if they've said in the past, the negotiator will call you, the agent should be calling, calling, and calling again. Sometimes it's over looked by other deals on the table, but if you're persistant, they will get a move on it.... more
I depends what type of loan you are getting. I would talk with your lender. Better be safe then sorry. You could take a picture if your lender can't go to the home for you.
Debby Homestead realty Inc
The commission is paid by the seller. The seller contracts with an agent for a certain amount and part of that amount is offered as a "co-broke". The co-broke is the agent who brings the buyer. Your best bet is to interview a minimum of three agents and find a good fit for your needs and personality. If this is your first home, you will want someone who specialized in first-time home buyers. There are many challenges that arise with first-time home buyers and you will need an agent that is both knowledgeable and patient in this area.
Once you choose an agent, don't be afraid to sign a buyer agency. This will ensure that you are committed to that agent and therefore they will be committed to you.... more
No, Just use a buyers agent. It is a free service and that assures you that the agent is working for you and not the sellers. If you would like help please contact me @ 920-716-8322. I would be happy to assist you in finding the perfect home. : )