These are great recommendation, I would also suggest to take pictures or a video of the condition of the property to make sure how you turned it over and if there is damage you would have visual evidence of the contrary!
Prudential California Realty
Beverly Hills, CA
If you visit the registry of deeds you can at least find out who the may service the loan. It can be a little more difficult to find out who owns the paper.
If you think you are going to contact the bank to purchase a property before it goes on the market you are probably spending a lot of time for nothing. Most banks, will only accept an offer after it has gone to the open market.... more
I would have to say that the short term view for the high end Boston loft market would be that prices will stay stable and maybe head higher next year. Property prices in the downtown neighborhoods like the Leather and Seaport districts have yet to give up a dollar. This strength is reinforced by the busy financial district where a lot of people work. In addition to that is our hospitals and schools of course which are the best in the world. These reasons in addition to Bio-Tech and High Tech have put a floor under these loft units. I think it will stay that way unless the country suffers a much longer downturn. If this recession does not let up, everything from Boston condos to bubble gum will simply have to get cheaper.
Hope this helps, Jeff Persons ABR http://wesellboston.net/... more
Yes, this can be done- maybe a bit tricky. But it might be a smart idea. Assuming all of you will reside there, it shouldn't be an issue with the lender. Keep in mind that the lender will base the approval on the worst person's credit score. So be careful who you are paring up with. Ask everyone what their credit score is- right upfront. If you need any help, I am local and could help out with questions or a loan quote, etc.
Thanks and good luck,