You may wish to more specific with your question, as to where, what kind of trash, recycleables, bulk, etc.--if you are referring to a condo or co-op, management can best answer your question--or if you have an agent ask him/her for the information.... more
That home is currently under agreement with a 72 hour kick out clause. The listing agency on the MLS is Gateway Realty. If you would like further information, please contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some people don't like vinyl. Having said that, residing in New England will payback over 90% of the cost according to the 2007 cost vs value report by Remodeling Magazine (see the link). You might appeal to more buyers by residing with cedar shakes and replacing the trim with maintenance free PVC. Another alternative is cement board siding by companies such as James Hardie. Hardie has a great looking product that resembles stained shingles.
Why not just pay an appraiser to completre an appraisal?
The other issue is the town doesn't have to change the assessed value or tax bill. Keep in mind the town's budget doesn't shrink because property values have declined. The town still (in theory) needs to pay it's bills.... more
It is not easy.
Research the owner online at the approprate Registry Of Deeds.
Find the REO dept of the owner.
Try and get to a decision maker or at least a department that can ge to a decision maker.
Follow their instrictions.
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Here is a link to information on schools in Rehoboth. This website ranks the schools and also provides some parent ratings and comments, schools statistics, and test scores.
Hello Sherry- This is a multi-leveled question. I assume you'll be living there, as primary residence? Single family home? There is not a lot of "free' money out there. You'll have a hard enough time getting a mortgage for the place- assuming you need a mortgage. Or are you paying all cash for it?
I can help with this if you want to contact me directly. We offer FHA 203k rehab loans which likely is you're only way of getting a mortgage for it- if you need it. But it is not "free" money.
Sometimes the town/ city will have some partial offers for "grants" in a distressed neighborhood for a fix up . HUD may as well.
You could contact the State as far as potential energy rebates as well. Look forward to speaking with you. Thanks and good luck,
Ken L.... more
That is a pretty sticky question of ethics that would be better handled by the local Realtor Board or Bar Assoc. I would personally stay away from such a situation. However, I do not believe there is any law to restrict him/her from buying the property as long as it has been disclosed to everyone involved that the negotiator is the purchaser. As you said, he NEGOTIATED with the bank. Once the property is owned, you are free to sell at whatever price you see fit.