I am a mortgage specialist in Michigan. Is there a reason you wouldn’t consider buying? I have lenders that will lend to borrowers with a credit score as low as 500. I would start by taking a brief application to see if you would be approved for a loan. The application does not take long, and you would have an answer quickly.
If you are interested in getting Pre-Approval for a loan, please give me a call.
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Clinton Twp, MI 48038
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You should contact a realtor! There are many safe havens to protect you from paying too much for a home starting with a professional who can tell you almost to the dollar where a house should sell and why.
Then when you finance a house lenders require an appraisal and it's tighter now then ever. Next to no one is allowed to talk to the appraiser until it's complete, unless appraiser reaches out with question. It is expected that appraisers will be unbiased and accurate! After it leaves the appraiser it is scrutinized again by underwriters and can be rejected for more evidence of value.
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Great question....and its all related per home. Water bills are paid quarterly....and to answer directly is difficult. I agree with Sondra below regarding average them out per the year....Great question to ask your agent who would work for you to help gather when buying a home. Thanks!... more
Not to mention the agreement you signed, good sense dictates no one wants the home to freeze and potential damages there, I am sure. When they get the keys and you get the cash, they take the responsibility of the home.
Seems fair enough to me.
You should receive 30 days notice before you are required to move out of the home. But, there have been times when the notice has gone to the owner instead and the renter has been forced out more quickly. I would suggest you make other arrangements as soon as possible. If you send me your address, I may be able to pull up the county records and tell you when the Sheriff sale happened which will tell you when the redemption period is up. Or, if you know the sheriff's sale date, call me and I will help you figure out what the time frame is. Juanita... more
As a real estate professional in Michigan, I often have clients that want to rent out properties they own. People living outside of Michigan may not be aware of the strong regulations the state has for rental properties, protecting both the tenant as well as the landlord.
There are 14 items required by the state to be included in leases provided to the tenant as well as 4 documents you must provide a tenant under penalty of federal and state law.
The thought of â€œsaving your moneyâ€ may sound appealing now. But if the experience goes poorly as sometimes happens with tenants, the result can be major expenses and losses to you the owner of the property. Problems may be due to inaccurately written leases, poorly prepared landlords, lack of communication, etc.
Renting out your home is not a casual thing. Real estate transactions are highly regulated by multiple government agencies.
Being represented by a qualified Agent will make the entire process go smoother and with less stress and help ensure your protection as a landlord.
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