The timeframe depends greatly on the lender or lenders involved, the sellers paperwork correctly filled out, and the inner workings of the lender. Without knowing any of this we can't really give you much advice besides, make sure your agent stays on top of the other side.
Generally, price per square foot is only relevant on newer homes, if you are purchasing an older home, it's best to have your agent do a Market Analysis to compare similar type homes that you are interested in.... more
If you are going to be selling a house, you might check with the realtor you will be using for the sale of your home to help you connect with a realtor where you are planning on moving to. Your agent can help you find a realtor to work with, as well as helping you coordinate the timing of your move so that you will have a smooth transistion.... more
From Hammock Bay to 5342 sunset Blvd is about 3.5 miles so would probably take about 10 minutes depending on traffic! Let me know if you have any other questions! I live in Lexington so am very familiar with the area! You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 803-351-9462.... more
I have sold many Essex homes in the Columbia area...new construction and resales. Their E Built program is very strong when it comes to efficiency ratings and will save your money on your utility bills. It is not just a marketing tactic...it works.... more
First you need to go to a lender that specializes in VA type loans..all do not. Do your homework when asking the lender questions about VA loans. It would also help to use a lender that is local to the home and has experience in dealing with that particular builder.... more
That is a super cute home!!! I can get you in touch with a lender that can help you through the process and tell you exactly what you need to do to qualify for a loan and can tell you how much your payment will be. Feel free to email me at email@example.com or call me at 803-351-9462 and I would be happy to help you!
Hope to hear from you soon!!... more
It's good to pay down your debt, but you might not want to pay off everything. It is good to keep a small amount on credit cards every month, pay them off and then add some small charges each month and pay them off again. Revolving your cards like this can help your credit score move up quicker than simply paying them off and not using them.... more
When you want to buy a home the best place to start is to hire an Exclusive Buyer Agent. EBAs only work with homebuyers and there is never a conflict of interest that will jeopardize your negotiating position. Visit www.naeba.org for a referral to an Exclusive Buyer's Agent in your area.
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Anne is right in everything that she says (good answer Anne!), and my philosophy has always been that it doesn't hurt to try! I've dealt with foreclosures, distressed sales, short sales, and others for 20 years and I'm continually surprised by what both institutional and traditional sellers will negotiate down too. Be positive, but also be realistic :)... more
No, this property is in Lexington 2 which is BC High School for this one. River Bluff is in Lexington 1, which is very close to where I live. Very good school district. Let me know if you need help!... more