Dana...is your property for sale? If not, don't waste your time. The photos on here are drawn from MLS and public records, so you can only change them by changing the photos on those source databases. If you're selling, it's easy...get listed in the MLS. If you're not selling, then it doesn't matter, right? Best of luck...... more
Hello Lynsoe! When you mention South Dayton are you looking at a particular area such as Centerville? Are you strictly looking at rentals and is there any other important features you would look for?... more
I do not see the property, I would love to help you in your home search, could you send me the listing you saw for it to email@example.com and I will look into it, I would also like to help you in your home search, give me a little information on what you are looking.... more
Hi. Personally I don't like marking up the price of a house when listing much if any at all. If my client needs to sell in a fairly short amount of time, I always list right around what it's worth. Going and marking it way up, and then having to wait, and start dropping the price is a waste of everyone's time. Sellers may not like hearing that, but when it comes to selling, the sooner you sell, the more money you save/earn in the long run.
I recently sold a beautiful home off of Clyo Rd in Centerville. Sellers let me price it where I told them to, and we had it under contract in 3 weeks :-)
I'd be happy to help you if you are still in the market. I know the area very well. Give me a call, or shoot me an email. There's no obligation to you whatsoever! Thanks!... more
Lauren, you are welcome. I am just checking back to see if you are still in need of assistance with seeing the homes at Nantucket Landing. I have tomorrow afternoon/evening open and can schedule any home you would like to visit. Thanks in advance for the opportunity to assist you in your new home search. I hope to hear from you soon.... more
You should also consider your loan options if you are concerned about down payments. For example, you should look into an FHA loan which only requires 3.5% down which is relatively low. Just shop around with lenders and see what they can do for you.
Hope this helps and good luck!
Sr. Mortgage Banker
NMLS # 659743
Kathy, that is a great question and one my clients commonly ask. Unfortunately the laws have changed and this information is now protected. I have found that most owners are usually willing to share this information when requested to assist with the decision folks are making when considering new homes to purchase. Please give me a call if I can help. Good luck with your search.... more
Renting to own is not the best way to purchase a property. I understand there are circumstances that may force you to look at this as an option, but in the long run it will likely cost you a LOT more than waiting to buy the traditional way. May I ask why you're considering this??
Cindy Schimer-Irongate Realtors... more