Hi Braulio, the link is attached to a lis pendens which means that there have been legal papers filed against the property. Most times (but not always) a lis pendens comes about because the homeowners fell behind on their mortgage payments, but this doesn't mean that the home is now for sale or that it will be in the near future. The $50,000 is the amount of the lis pendens, not the price for the house. Contact a buyer's agent so that they can find properties for you that are for sale, it will save you a lot of time and energy. Good luck!
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Real Estate agents may not discuss commissions. Understand that they are all negotiable and will depend on the type of property and other conditions.
Call around to a few Brokerages and you'll get a better idea of their rates.... more
You will need the help of a good Realtor and a lender. Either one can refer you to another. Getting pre-approved is an important first step. This will let you know how much you qualify for and what financing options are available for you.... more
This is a Question you might as well take off of here! As Realtors and as Licensed Agents or Real Estate Professionals, we do not see race or ethical makeup! Please do not ask these kind of questions to Real Estate Professionals, We will not answer them!... more
In order to determine a fair offer, review comps with your agent, recently sold similar properties in the immediate area, then make your determination; there really are no set standards as to how much below list to offer, however if a property is priced on target or slightly below, multiple offers may occur...... more
Fair Housing Laws, prohibit real estate professionals from steering—enticing a buyer to purchase, or not, in specific neighborhoods; therefore you should do some homework of your own to assure your comfort level can be reached. Also keep in mind opinions are subjective--what's good for one is not necessarily the case for another.... more
It all depends on the condition, location, size of the house/property, taxes, etc..
I can email you the link of the homes in the area are currently listed and sold. Here is my email address..
This is a great question for your Attorney and/or Realtor representing you in this transaction... What was their advice? If there was not a Financing Contingency in the Contract, then you may be entitled to keep the Earnest Monies.... more
Usually banks are more expensive. Approach both request for all they state provide you a GFE (good faith estimate) place all info. on an excel spread sheet compare each in detail. There can be deals that appear better till you look at the overall bottom line. GREAT QUESTION.
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