If you plan to market yourself as REO agent, first thing you need to know is how many agents are already doing so in the City that you reside. If there are plenty of agents, meaning, these REO agents are not flooded with listings (20-30 each), then there is very little chance for new opportunities. You also need a solid resume, years of experience marketing REO and completing valuations (BPO). Any asset management company is going to require at least 3 referrals from other asset management companies.... more
If you're getting into the real estate market to buy, I say the first thing you should do is find a realtor/broker you like and respect that knows the ins and outs of your market. Don't trust the first one who comes along. Seek out a few agents through family and friend referrals, if they have any, and don't feel pressured to sign a contract until you know he/she has your best interest in mind.
Good luck and I hope I was helpful in answering your question!... more
Are you still looking for a place, The place in mulberry on Slate Hill Rd has been reduced
Yes to all 3 questions, The house sits on top of a hill with a great view. The home is on Septic system, The water is with Pleasant View and The electric is with AR. Valley
Let me know if you need anything else or you want to look at home... more
I have researched the home at 332 W Nightingale Cir in Fayetteville.
It appears that this home will require Flood Insurance.
Here is the link to the Flood Data Map-
It also appears that this home is Pending. It went Under Contract 11-27-13.
Please let me know if I may be of assistance with your home search.
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I do not know your home, size, age and condition, but I want to assume that if you are willing to accept potentially less than fair market value, you may find a number of interested buyers...
If on the other hand your home needs work or updating, then may be someone who can do the updating during lets say 4 months and then put it back on the market.... It just really depends what area you are
in size and style of home....
Listing it at a competitive price will certainly get you interest. You should definitely work with a local
Realtor in little Rock to get the best advice after they have taken inventory of your home and pulled some comparable homes that have recently sold...
Good Luck to you, if you need the recommendation for a good local Realtor, let me know. I gladly send
one your way.
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What specifics are you looking for...be aware that a mortgage pre-approval letter is required in order to determine your price range and for any offers to be taken seriously, therefore begin by visiting with any licensed loan officer; also choose an agent to work with, he/she will be your best guide.... more
Hi! I have a 3 bedroom house with a creek in back on Pinewood in Hot Springs that will be available Nov 1st. Rent is $795.00, plus deposit. Fenced large yard with a creek behind it. My tenants lived in it for almost 4 yrs and have treated it as though it were their own, but they have just now bought their own house.... more
Hi there Shelly,
Unfortunately, we do not have any 4 bedroom homes for rent that fit your criteria, but we do have some 3 bedrooms which could still work for you: http://www.trulia.com/for_rent/Hot_Springs%20National%20Park,AR/3p_beds/SINGLE-FAMILY_HOME_type/
Good luck with your search!
Call your lender. Many banks have programs to help you rebuild your credit and get your credit score up so you can purchase a home.
Otherwise, you need a lot of money down and an owner willing to finance dispite your credit history. That just rarely happens.... more