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Eric Hall, Real Estate Pro in Manchester, NH
Eric Hall answered:
How do I find out what homes are going on foreclosure and what is the process? Thanks
Francine, I think Suzanne has hit it on the head. I am licensed in NH and do business all over Southern NH. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you would like to talk more. I deal ... more
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Dane Hahn, Real Estate Pro in Englewood, FL
Dane Hahn answered:
why am i being steered away from the purchase of this house? 13 Hemlock Haven Hampton N.H.) Gerald Megan (j3omega1@aol.com)
Hi Gerry,

There are a few fees and expenses you can't dodge. Think taxes, clolsing costs and of course park fees. Because you are renting the land under the unit at Hemlock Haven, t ... more
1 vote Share Flag Thu Oct 10, 2013 Home Buying in Hampton
Jonathan Rob…, Real Estate Pro in Portland, ME
Jonathan Robert answered:
Is 133 Exeter Rd, Hampton, NH town sewage, and how far from the beach?
That is a good question feel free to call me anytime. I am here to answer all the the questions I can.

Thank you,


JOnathan
0 votes Share Flag Sun Sep 15, 2013 Home Buying in Hampton
Chuck Braxton, Real Estate Pro in Meredith, NH
Chuck Braxton answered:
who is paying for Trulia and is it worth it?
Hi, Larry:

I will be out in CO this winter doing my usual three weeks of skiing in Jan and Feb.

Great question. I made a dozen calls to agents a year or so ago asking the same qu ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Nov 1, 2012 Home Buying in Hampton
Common Sense, Home Owner in Houston, TX
Common Sense answered:
I can buy a house with cash but would honestly like to have a mortgage for tax advantage.
Taking a loan for "tax advantage" is a hugely false savings. Let's do the math.

Only the interest paid is deductible, and only if you file using itemized expenses.

Let's say you ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu May 10, 2012 Home Buying in 03842
strandhaus, Both Buyer and Seller in Rye, NH
strandhaus answered:
Why are there so many houses suddenly for sale in the Glen Hill Area of Hampton?
Glen Hill is a great family neighborhood, and great location
0 votes Share Flag Sat Apr 28, 2012 Home Buying in Hampton
Judy and Bob…, Real Estate Pro in Portsmouth, NH
Judy and Bob Holder answered:
What can be done about a last minute BPO that came in way too high?
Laura,

All good answers, and I agree, you must have a professional negotiating this for you. The BPO can certainly be challenged with current comps and an experienced negotiator sho ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Mar 9, 2012 Home Buying in 03842
Judy and Bob…, Real Estate Pro in Portsmouth, NH
Judy and Bob Holder answered:
Can a pre-approval letter HURT you if your offer is much less than what you are approved for?
1st Time Buyer,

You are 100% correct, you don't want to tell the seller that you can pay more when you don't intend to. We always have the pre-approval letter written to a ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Mar 9, 2012 Home Buying in 03842
Marty Patrizi, Real Estate Pro in 03820
Marty Patrizi answered:
when is the best time to buys a beach house/condo at hampton beach, new hampshire?
Billie,
The best time is when you are ready to pull the trigger. Maybe the question should be "Is now a good time to buy in Hampton?". As a Realtor who is involved in givi ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Sep 4, 2011 Home Buying in Hampton
Annette Levi…, Real Estate Pro in New York, NY
Annette Levinson answered:
Looking for a program that allows for low credit score but requires a large down payment.
A large down payment is considered a compensatory factor for a mortgage. How low is your FICO and have you had a mortgage officer go over your credit to tell you what you need to do to ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Oct 11, 2010 Home Buying in 03842
Short Sale M…, Real Estate Pro in New Hampshire
Short Sale Mitigation, LLC answered:
Assesors Database and sale price
Foreclosures and short sales sell well below assessed value. Actually there are MANY homes selling below assessed value, that aren't in the distressed category in this market. Ke ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jun 7, 2010 Home Buying in Hampton
Valerie Clou…, Real Estate Pro in Londonderry, NH
Valerie Cloutier answered:
Why can I not learn what 33 Norton Rd in Hampton sold for recently? How long does it take for the Assessor's data base to get?
Good Morning Brian.
The house at 33 Norton Road didn't sell, but is no longer available for purchase. Somebody just wrote a 12-month lease on the property.

If you're loo ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Mar 26, 2010 Home Buying in Hampton
Tom McGuirk, Real Estate Pro in Hampton, NH
Tom McGuirk answered:
i had a realtor give me a range of 430-450K as a selling price. I was shown listings for many houses in the
With the sparce sales in Beach Properties in Hampton, determining value may require correlating your property and its assessment with other SOLD properties and their assessments.

P ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Feb 21, 2010 Home Buying in Hampton
Scott Godzyk, Real Estate Pro in 03109
Scott Godzyk answered:
I know assessed value means nothing, but if a condo on hampton beach is assessed at 158k and selling for
Irene when you looking for a property no matter where it is, especially if it is a condominium. i would look to see what they are selling for now. by looking to see what has sold and wh ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Nov 22, 2008 Home Buying in Hampton
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