You can contact the listing agent who will be able to help you learn more about that specific property (and probably will know a lot about similar properties in the area). To find an agent, just click on the yellow button on the property's Trulia listing and you will be able to start a dialogue.
Please let me know if you have any questions or if I can help with anything else. I am happy to be a resource for you. Good luck with the search!
Ali, Trulia Voices Community Manager... more
Ohio Revised code section 5321.05 a landlord has 30 days. However you also must comply with the law. You are required to provide the former landlord with your forwarding address. Did you do that? If not the landlord may be waiting for that. A complete itemized list of deductions from the original deposit is required by the landlord. Hope this helps you.... more
I just checked on the MLS and the site only offers the outside shot of the house. However if you would like to see the inside of the home please call me... Jane Lugar, Agent for Ecker Real Estate. I would be glad to give you a tour of the home. 440-864-8181 or send me an email so that I can ask you some questions. email@example.com... more
The first question I would ask is, "Have you already 'lost' your home to foreclosure?" If not the time to act is right now! The banks are more open to accepting short sales on your home than ever before.
If you have already lost a home to foreclosure the short answer is Yes, you can. The long answer is it will depend upon the reasons you lost the home, your income history, your credit history, your current credit and debt ratios, and the amount of time since the loss occurred.
There is often times a minimum time frame of two years from the time the bank "disposed of the property". Not the date the sheriff's sale occurred, and not the date the bank took the property, but the date in which the bank resold it.
If you have any further questions more specific to your own personal situation and your finances, I would recommend you speak with a professional who can provide more specific tailored advise to your own situation.... more
You have many options. I would select someone who uses as many of the top resources available as possible. Today's buyers are far more self-educated than ever before. They have access to scores of information sources and everyone of them is looking for the deal of a century.
Its important you choose a Real estate Consultant who understands what type of information these sources are publishing, and in the case of sellers, can provide counter information to combat bad information. That consultant should do a major a mount of business on line and should be able to work out some price breaks for commissions based upon multiple property transactions or long term relationships without having to negotiate with their management team on every property.
Find someone you can work with, someone who's a straight shooter, and someone who can give your properties full attention. Do not pich someone simply because they have a lot of listings in their inventory, ask what their sold rate is for listed properties, especially since January 2008.... more
Our team is very knowlegable in the Lorain real estate market, especially in the area of foreclosure / repossesed properties. Please let me know how we can help. You can reach me directly at 866-369-8151 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to hearing from you.
The Mike Schrull team
RE/MAX Homeward Bound... more