Hi, Asheville is a great destination to visit and live. If you are wanting to own a part-time or full time home in Asheville you may want to consider a single family close to town. I build homes in the $225,000-$275,000 range that are well designed with nice upgrades. Also if you are part-time visitors the home can be an income generator while you are not in the US. Some people like that approach yet it isn't for everyone. I am happy to offer any council regarding real estate. Feel free to connect at: email@example.com and also visit my web site: www.homebuyersofasheville.com
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I would call a local agent and ask them. Some homes that are for sale do not show up here. It is happening more often these days, a local agent will be able to tell you what is going on with the property.... more
He can sell you his home for whatever he wants to as long as he pays off what he owes on his mortgage, including any secondary loans and assessments. Chances are IF he has an assumable loan, that the rate is most likely HIGHER than what you could get if you got a new one...plus you would have to qualify to assume his as well. It sounds like you have an opportunity to pick up the home for much less than what it could be sold for on the open market. Your best bet is to get a defined balance of what he owes, negotiate the price and then call a local lender to make sure you qualify. If you need any assistance and the seller is willing to kick in a small commission fee to my company, give me a call. My last sale was virtually what you are discussing here and it went very smooth.
My answer may have been wrong. I saw the question on a listing for 106 Knight Court and thought the question was about that property. That s what I was responding to. If the question was on another property, please disregard my answer.
I am currently going through the purchase program in the Dallas area. I attended the workshop in January, counseling session in February, approved in April and currently under contract on a home! The program does work. You have to be very patient and diligent. It is so important to have every single piece of information your counselor asks for. It is unproductive to grumble and pout. Just get them what they need. It can be frustrating, tiresome and stressful...but I am finding out all that is worth it. Another bit of advice is to get a knowledgeable NACA realtor...this has helped speed up my process. My realtor is awesome and she knows the NACA product top to bottom.
We are waiting on final repairs that our seller agreed to. As soon as that happens, we will get our re-inspection and clear to close. I am excited! Trust the program and be prayerful and patient!... more
A buyer's agent has an interest in making a commission because it is their job. It is their income and livelihood. If they are a good agent they will represent your interests and do a good job. After all it may lead to future referrals from you.
I'm sure you can find several agents on this website who will help you find what you are looking for. The best way to find an agent you are comfortable with is to start meeting them and asking questions. I met several agents via open houses and really clicked with one in particular and she did an amazing job for me. She was very honest with me and actually steered me away from houses that may have been bad investments and in the long run I am thankful!
There is a program that I use that provides 10,000 towards your down payment and closing costs. It is a zero interest and zero payment loan that is only due when/if you sell the home. I have closed using this program several times and would be happy to assist you. Also I use a 2,000 tax credit program, which enables you to receive a 2,000 tax credit for the life of your loan.
HERE ARE SOME OF THE REQUIREMENTS
1-Must not have owned a home in 3 years.
2-Must have been in the same line of work for 2 years
3-Must make more than 25k but less than 80k
4-Must have 1,000 to put into the deal.
5-640 minimum credit score.
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This area is already starting to see an influx of redevelopment and renovations. Its close enough to downtown for the commute to work and close enough to the airport for frequent travelers. There are plans for apartment and condo new constructions coming soon. Check city and local zoning plans to keep up with this neighborhoods future.
There are other government grant programs in the Charlotte area that can get you to 100% financing. Try NACA (could be a lengthy process) or House Charlotte (will require a House Charlotte lender and a 4 hour buyers education class). If you need help finding information for either of these programs contact me and Ill be glad to help!
This typically depends on the company thats renting the property. You can try SocialServe.com there's usually a variety of rental properties listed with the direct owner or property management company listed. You could call or email them to find out.
This is an area in Charlotte that has great future potential but the past may not have been so great. Its in close proximity to the desirable Plaza/Midwood and Commonwealth areas, hence the price. The city also has plans for the blue line lightrail to come through this area in the future, therefore more housing and businesses will start popping up for sure. Its a good area to grow in to.