It will depend on what is on your credit as to whether the property manager or home owner will allow it. Typically they want to see that you pay your rent, meaning you do not have evictions or judgements from past landlords.
If you have a difficult scenario it is best to be upfront with them and see if your scenario will even be considered prior to spending money on application fees etc.
When you're serious about buying a home, hire an Exclusive Buyer Agent to represent you. EBAs represent homebuyers only so there is no conflict of interest to jeopardize your negotiating position. Visit http://naeba.org for a referral.
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Buying our first home.We are looking for our first home. We want to live in a safe neighborhood, but are not very rich. What are some of the price ranges for a home in that area? http://www.libertyescrow.com/faqs.html
What do you intend to do with the property? If you are looking strictly at creating monthly cashflow LLV is not the place. If you are looking for future appreciation and buying while the LLV market is low and trying to capitalize on long term appreciation that would be a better plan but expect low returns on your monthly cashflow until things pick up. The multiple HOA fees possible SID/LIDS kill cashflow. And if you are purchasing a condotel in monte lago village expect to have a split with your rental income.... more
It is good to see LLV coming back. We lived out there for 5 years before the crash. It was sad to see it go down hill when the bubble burst. It is still trailing the rest of the valley in recovery but at least it is moving in the right direction. http://www.reviewjournal.com/real-estate-millions/lake-las-vegas-starts-comeback-great-recession
LLV got hit harder than the rest of the valley in the crash. Since it is a resort community many of the owners are investors, second home owners, corporate owners, etc. It will be one of the last areas of the valley to recover in my opinion. It is making some promising progress though.
I am very familiar with the area. Please let me know if you would like to discuss it further.
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The buyer and seller both have their own set of closing costs. The seller's are higher due to the fact they pay the commissions for the agents on both sides most of the time. Who pays the closing costs is negotiable although markets typically have a customary set of closing costs each side are usually expected to pay but even then it is negotiable between the two parties.... more
Hello Tim . Hope you are doing well. Scottsdale is a beautiful city with really nice weather.i used to live in Boston and have visited Windy City so I can understand how the winters get there. The real estate market changes daily. Water is restricted but as mentioned ,that is similar with the western part of US.feel free to call/email/txt me.
Ino Loloci, REALTOR®
Whitney ranch is a nice clean area. Most homes are in walking distance to the near by schools. I was born and raised in the city, So I was the 2 class of students to go the Green Valley high school which is the high school for Whitney ranch. Not only am I very familiar with the area, my Husband is one of the mailmen to deliver in Whitney ranch. It is also close to shopping, malls and local casino and freeways.
Hope this helps