When a tree or other vegetation intrudes on another's property, the property owner has the right under NY state law to prune the intrusion back to the property line. The one doing the pruning has no right to enter the tree owner's property without permission.... more
Sorry to say, but after closing "it is what it is." The buyer had an opportunity to address this issue during the "buyers' response time" and didn't. He no longer has recourse. He'll have to pay to fix the roof himself.... more
HI, Doug. We noticed a shift in the housing market in the Indy area in April of 2013 from a buyers' market to a sellers' market. This was due in part to the fact that many people are being relocated to the Indianapolis area and interest rates were very low at the time. During the housing slump of the previous 2-3 year, builders were not building as many homes and we found ourselves with more buyers than selling, creating a shortage in our housing inventory.
This trend has continued for the past year, until recently, when we've noticed that during the past month we're beginning to see the market come into "balance" once again. The market remains strong and there is still a lot of homes being bought and sold.
If you would like more info, give me a call and we can chat about it.
The Lotts Realty Group
Rent to own is really not a good idea, therefore consider fixing whatever is preventing you from purchasing outright. Rent to own can be risky and one could stand to lose a bit of money, therefore do inform yourself well, and consider consulting with an attorney who specializes in real estate beforehand. If you haven't done so yet, visit with any licensed loan officer, see if you can buy outright, or simply continue renting until a purchase can be made.... more
It should be possible, the approval process will look at your debt to income ratio. The source of the income shouldn't matter much whether it's social security or you were working making that amount, in the eyes of the lender it will be the same. Contact me and I can recommend some lenders who can look at your specific situation and give you details on your approval potential. I can then help you find the perfect home for you that fits in your budget!
There are plenty of duplexes available in the Indianapolis area. At your price point, depending on what you need in rental income, shouldn't have an issue finding one. The first place to look is MIBOR, plenty to choose from there. The off market deals are out there as well, just takes some networking and asking around to other investors if they have anything for sale. Contact me with more detail of your criteria, and I can do some asking around for off market deals and send you some listings that fit your criteria. email@example.com or contact me via my website http://tommccollister.kwrealty.com/... more
If your credit score is now where it would need to be for approval, it will depend on if it was a Chapter 7 or 13 on if you have to wait 1 year or 2 years. Contact me and we can talk in more detail about what you're looking for in your next home and I can recommend and put you in touch with some local lenders who can help with your financing, bankruptcy and approval questions. firstname.lastname@example.org my website is http://tommccollister.kwrealty.com/... more
Michael Howard .. insured.. 25 plus years experience we do everything from the plumbing to the roof.. all tools capable for all jobs.. pictures... references. .. with a good tract record. .. if interested contact me at circlecitycontractorsgmail.com... more
Call me crazy, but it sounds like you might be over-extending yourself and on a collision course with financial disaster. The next step after this is a hard money lender, followed by Vito the loan shark. Of course, it could all work out. Best of luck....... more
HI Jason, there are several good contractors that specialize in assisting investors with rehab projects at discounted rates. Of course the level of discount will depend on the volume of projects they can expect over the course of time. In addition, we have an agent in my office, Mike Shultz, that specializes in representing investors both on the buy and sell side of real estate. If I may do anything to assist further please feel free to let me know.... more
Need an apartment, but have an eviction.is there ANY WHERE in Indianapolis that will take evictions? I have 3 kids and I have been in my place for almost 2 years and rent is always in time but my past is making it really hard