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
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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
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.
Usually 2-3 years with re-established credit and very strong everything else...and I wouldn't expect to be able to do any "no money down" options again in the future. By the way, for re-establishment purposes a secured credit card is reported to credit reports the same as an unsecured card... so if you are having trouble re-establishing that might be something to consider. It really depends on type of bankruptcy, what was included and if you have stuff that wasn't included. Good luck.... more
Danville is a lovely southern city, situated perfectly to travel to larger cities and airports. Please check the following link from the City of Danville, VA website: http://www.danville-va.gov/index.aspx?NID=63. Also, our city offers unique historic properties and attractions.... more
You're correct - it's been on and off the market since early 2010.
I'd be happy to help as I've shown it several times.
What questions do you have about the home? How familiar are you with the area?
Different lenders take different amounts of time to run clients and approve them. My loan officer has a quick turn around and he is not afraid to tell it like it is. Some Loan officers are just bad in customer communications.
If you want to me link you up with my loan officer contact me and we will be able to get you a quick response.
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How close is the appraisal to the contract price? Have you made the builder awre of this issue? There are several possible considerations: having the property re-appraised and hope it show the initial appraisal is questionable or simply come up with the cash to make up the difference. One would hope your builder could also contribute to the solution of this problem by making adjustments as well.
Under these circumstances, I would recommend checking your agreement relative to the property not appraising to make sure you have an avenue to disolve your committment without penalty, should it come to this.
I suggest speaking with/contacting Jim Duncan. He's a Realtor in the Waynesboro, Crozet, Charlotesville area. He's a very cool guy, great Realtor and a great resource for the entire area. I refer anyone moving to those areas to him. His web site is http://realcentralva.com.
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Depends on your overall financials, therefore consider visiting with any licensed loan officer and see what options you may have, then decide. Keep in mind that FHA loans only require 3.5% down.... more
I have not sold homes in Fredericksburg since 2001 but I think buying anything now is a good investment. Prices are low, rates are lower and the time is right. Where is Ryan building there? There use to be three companies that were all sort of interconnected in some way - Ryan, Ryland and Rylee homes. Of the three Ryan was the best quality and might be the only one left.... more
The fees vary depending on what part of Kiln Creek you live in. If you like, you can contact me directly (I currently have a listing there) and I can help give you a break down of the fees.