You can go through the listing agent or hire a buyers agent. When you go with the listing agent you get no representation so it is best that you work with a buyers agent so you have that representation. Even though your not certain on what you want now, if you find a house you do like and you go through the listing agent, then that agent will become a transaction broker. This means they will represent nobody which could be a detriment to you. So I do recommend finding homes through a buyers agent. You don't need to sign a buyers agency agreement right away until you know which Realtor you would like to use.... more
You'll find Leesburg to be a great place to live. We do have a good number of neighborhoods which have convenient location next to restaurants, the mall, etc. Leesburg itself tends to be very welcoming for those new to the area.
If you have more specific questions about your actual home, feel free to message me. Safe travels!
- Chaudry... more
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It's a very long explanation. However, I want to make it clear that Have have sold a coop very rarely due to the equity difference to the buyer!!!
Hence, beware Buyer(s) on co-ops
that seems unusual. I always provide a seller net out sheet during my presentation which details all the fees that are associated with selling your home.I would be happy to discuss this in person. Please give me a call.... more
If a your assets are tied into a trust and you apply for a reverse mortgage, you must be the sole beneficiary. Another issue that underwriters look for is whether the trust permits the trustee to encumber, or mortgage, the property. In summary, a trust must have the following three things: 1) the borrower(s) must be the sole beneficiary; 2) the trustee must have the ability to encumber the property; 3) the trust must be a revocable trust. If the aforementioned three things are not present, then the trust has to be amended. The only way to change an irrevocable trust, to a revocable trust is by court order.
If you have any further reverser mortgage questions, contact me at 800 315 8803. My name is Bart and I have been in the mortgage business since 1987 and I have been offering REVERSE mortgages since 1989. I am happy to answer your mortgage questions, 7 days a week and review your loan scenario.
Until then, I look forward to hearing from you.
Bart Gabe - 800 315 8803
Lending Nationwide Since 1987... more
I would suggest you have her closing attorney sit with both husband and wife and discuss the documents they will sign to ease her fears. Then she could sign with POA. Another option would be to give POA To their attorney who she has hired to represent her... more
It's always better to have people looking at your house, than to have no one. I personally bought one of my previous homes, from attending the open house. You can learn a lot of facts about selling at my site.... more
One of the best reasons to avoid foreclosure on an investment property is the tax consequences. The difference between the debt and what the property is sold at auction will be reported as income to you by the lender. Please check with your attorney in your jurisdiction as to whether or not the lender has either a recourse or non-recourse option to pursue a judgment against you. I have seen couples in Fairfax County, Virginia "walk" on their investment properties, and later on have judgments entered against them. So they could not "short sale" their primary residents because of recorded investor judgments.
Recommend that you and/or your attorney try to work out a solution with the lender so as it won't effect your credit rating.
Best of luck - Bob Lepelletier - Broker - Associate - Classic Realty... more
If the property is foreclosed on, then the owner technically does not own the property anymore therefore would not be entitled to collect the income produced by the property. If the property is in the foreclosure process, then the creditee (the person that owes to creditor) has the right to collect the income until final foreclosure process has concluded
I am a residential specialist in Real Estate but I think that it is fair to assume that the lien holder (The bank or creditors) have the right to collect the income.... more
I would suggest you try the regular rental sites:
http://www.trulia.com (Rentals Section)
http://www.zillow.com (Rentals Section)
http://www.realtor.com (Rentals Section)
Between all of those, you will get a very clear picture if you can find what you are looking for. Good luck!... more
I believe it's hard to say because it seems that all areas are going to be affected. The tunnels where the tolls are being placed are already backed up and when tolls are put in place alternative routes will be taken which will cause more traffic.... more
Why are photos of properties so horrible?We will be moving to the fredericksburg area soon and while looking for rental homes ( I looked at a ton) I could not help but notice the photos of most of the properties were just terrible.
A lot will depend on when you need to move (if you currently live in the home), the condition and the price of the property will play a big part in your timing. Some might say wait until Spring to sell a home but homes sell all year round. In fact there is often a small surge of home sales between Thanksgiving and the end of the year.
Currently there are 146 homes for sale in the 22207 zip code. They range in price from $134,000 to over $5 Million. So far this month 12 properties have closed in your zip code and it appears 19 places have gone under contract.
If I can be of any further assistance don't hesitate to contact me.... more