The listing on Enid is still for sale! It's a great property! I recently photographed it so if you have any questions, I'd be happy to answer them. 479-857-6273. List price is $259,900. Thanks.... more
A short sale transaction is unique since you still own the house (hold title) but the bank will choose which offer to accept. You must sign a sales agreement to sell the house, no one can force you to sell your house. Your Realtor should have presented the offer to you first and then contacted the bank. The bank cannot accept an offer until you sign the sales agreement.... more
Just know that bankruptcies now remain on your credit for 10 years which may have an effect on what rate you get. I just went through this with two buyers over the past year. One was told by their bankruptcy attorney that after 7 years it would go away but when it didn't, was told the rules had changed and that no one was grandfathered. Good Luck!!... more
Kathy, please see my new listing at www.1310westfir.com . I have no idea about what price range you're interested in, but if $184,950 is within your budget then check out the site for sure. If it not what you're looking for check it out anyway if you're not acquainted in Rogers as it has several links to some of our major attractions in the area that you might find useful. This home is owned by a 92 or 3 year old member of our Church that has just went into an assisted living facility and since we ha worked together in our Churches Grub program until about two years ago (He thought that 90 years old was enough). Anyway if there is anything I can do for you just give a call.
Hal Kennelley, Principal Broker
Aladdin Realtors, Rogers... more
Which lake is the best for fishing is a matter of preference. We like Bull Shoals because it is a little less hectic. As for how to search for Lake Homes, most real estate websites have a link to our local Multiple Listing Service, where you can search specifically for Lake Homes.... more
If you are currently working with a trusted Lender, they are the best source for the answer to your question.
Ask questions and establish a working rapore with your lender. They should be able to answer your questions based on your credit.... more
There is no doubt there is more money in a Bedroom than in the Laundry Room, when it comes to return on investment... The real question would depend on what is common in your neighborhood. Personally I didn't mind having the laundry room located outside in the carport, when I purchased my home. But this was common in my neighborhood. The difference between sales price for an indoor laundry room vs the carport was minimal in my case. If your home is currently on the market, just gage the responses of those you have shown the home too. If you listen to their feedback, they will tell you what you need to do - or not do - every time.... more
With the exception of the tax service fee, FHA mortgage borrowers can pay all fees associated with their sale transactions -- which means that sellers won't have to. Home buyers using FHA-insured mortgages should include in their purchase offers the cost of tax service fees when presenting their purchase offers to sellers.... more
Vinyl is cheaper for sure. You can't really paint either so you are stuck with the look and color it is. Vinyl can blow off in high winds, brick won't. A lot comes down to personal choice, some would not want brick and some won't want vinyl.... more
IF you need to work, Carroll County already has several veterinary services which are established and fairly close to Holiday Island. I've lived here since 1999 and been in the real estate business for three years. Minimum-wage jobs seasonaly are usually available. Several restaurants already here. A dog grooming shop was here a couple of years ago, but didn't last long....................one in Eureka Springs seems to be doing okay; been there for several years.
Tom Dees, developer has several shops in the Island Shopping Center for rent. I was just told last night about the little Ice Cream Shop being up for sale (not building) because of the owner's having to do "24-7" care for her brother.....and she wants to sell her little business; rents from Tom Dees. Also the Island Depot oil & lub (no building....just business) wants to retire (also has a car wash).
Yes, it should proceed although there will be more paperwork that needs to go the mortgage holder. It might add a delay, but that alone would not change anything unless that person that died left his share to someone else. Then that could be an issue. A lawyer would need to be contacted to be sure and I would suggest the sellers speak with one.... more