Tell me more about what you are looking for and I would be glad to help. Price range? Size? Do schools matter? Style?
Also, have a look at my profile and you can see that I have worked with a number of other buyers who have kind things to say about working with me.
Hope to hear from you soon!
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Unfortuantely you will probably need a large deposit. Try to save as much money as you can. Once your foreclosure is completed I would get ahold of a credit repair company to get your credit turned around. It will probably take years to get your credit turned around. Don't get discouraged someone will rent to you with bad credit just make you you are saving your money.... more
That's a long answer. And it would take a bit of searching to give you a valid answer. But I can tell you that median home prices are up in Westerville since 2000, and by a fair margin. I bought a house in Westerville in 2000 and sold it in 2007 and made a fair profit. However, most of th gains in Westerville and everywhere around here were from 2000-2007. Things leveled off after that because of the issues with the real estate market. They are now coming back. I don't anybody can give you an "annual rate basis," that's too difficult to measure.
Does that answer your question?... more
Since this is not a survivership issue you should consult an attorney to make the correct arrangements. Make certain your friend is aware of your actions and is able to afford such a transfer.
it will be important to understand what your friend will do. Will the friend live in the condo. sell the condo. rent the condo or use as a second home. Discussing this ahead of time will allow you the opportunity to have the correct holding or transferiing instruments in place.... more
No you don't have to be a member of the Lakes Country Club. $250 a year owners fee for this home.
Call or email me today and I will work with you on this home or any other.
Call me I am interested in hearing your situation and it isn't quite clear on here what you're inquiring on? Guessing you listed your home, as is , now buyer is wanting repairs and your now below purchase price and your ideal net? Sounds like your agent is lazy. Or just not performing his or her duties as your realtor.
Phone is 6143520723
Would like to help if possible... more
Hello Tim. Without knowing the details of your contract, nobody can answer your question. The seller's cancellation rights are usually spelled out in the contract. Typically, unless the buyer has not performed according to the terms of the contract, the seller can't cancel the agreement without being in breach of the contract. Your first step should be to talk to your agent about this and if your agent can't help you, speak to his/her broker and an attorney. Obviously, the easiest way to get out of the contract would be to ask the buyer to release you, which they might be willing to do if you reimburse them for the inspections that they had to pay for and any other out-of-pocket they may have incurred (e.g., appraisal fee). It's also possible that the buyers will cancel the agreement if you don't agree to the request for repairs.
Again, without knowing more details and why you want to get out of the contract, it's not possible to give you more guidance. I'd be happy to take another look if you provide us with more details.... more
Any house could be a good choice, or a poor choice:
It would depend upon;
How much you want it,
How it fits your needs,
The Upgrades needed,
The Repairs needed,
Unemployment and Business in the area,
The Market Value,
and how much you pay for it!
that's all.... more
Good morning Claradams1,
We see many credit reports with low credit scores (anything less than 620), and often many scores in the 500's. This is BAD credit. If you are one of the folks affected by this terrible economy, you have a low credit score and you have a dream of buying a home, here's some simple advice for you.
It is unlikely you could be approved for mortgage financing with that credit score at this time.
Beware of any mortgage professionals promising you an approval with such a low score. Wait on buying a home. I recommend you take the time to resolve your credit issues.
First, settle any outstanding debt. If you owe money on collection accounts, charge-offs and/or judgments, make payment arrangements and get these accounts paid promptly.
Next, begin rebuilding your credit. If you have current accounts with good payment histories, or even some previous late-payment-blemishes, make sure you continue to pay those accounts on time. If you do not have any existing credit accounts then you'll need to establish several in order to create a viable credit history.
I have found that CONSUMER ACTION is an excellent resource for objective advice on all things credit related. You'll find free and sincere advice on everything from settling collection accounts to rebuilding credit to building credit from scratch on their website.
Beware of anyone offering to "repair" your credit! The Federal Trade Commission issued a stern
warning last year that such offers are scams. Find more from the FTC HERE.
The best way to buy a home is to have a decent credit history combined with sufficient Income and Assets for a home purchase.
The best way to have a decent credit history is to settle negative outstanding obligations and pay all your bills on time for at least two years.
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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