I paid down my earnest money and was told if i dont qualify from their lenders and wellsfargo they sent my file over to which took about 2 months and i was not qualified now brighton homes refuse to give my money back to me wht should i do these people knew i was a foreign expat and getting info from my home land to bankers here would be long and still they want to deny me my hard earn cash i need an attorney... more
A school is only as good as the student. If the student's attitude and aptitude is in the right place, they will excell. My wife's daughter went through Deer Park's schools, and was accepted into The University of Texas at Austin as a freshman. In high school, she studied hard, was a cheerleader, and ended up doing very well at UT.
My neighbors' boys both were able to take advanced courses in high school and one is attending North Carolina State and the other is attending the Merchant Marine Acadamy in New York.
Again, I think it is more about the student than the district.
I hope this helps, and if you have any more questions, please feel free to contact me.... more
I have had problems with them in Louisville, KY. If they mess something up, they will try and say it's the buyers fault and you have to spend your own money to fix it. This is all prior to closing on the house. I am currently looking to break my contract because of the POOR customer service. They want to build houses they want and not what the buyer wants.... more
Many factors come into play when a property home is comp'd for value. It may or may not just include the block / neighbor/ sub division/ sq ft/ # of bedrooms, baths, living / pool? / location / size of lot/ condition of home / updates / granite / hardwood flooring/ etc etc etc.
I don't know if you edited your question or if I misread it.
Barbara is accurate in her response
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If you can put 20% down on a home, I would be surprised to see you in any loan other than conventional where you wouldn't have PMI. FHA still has their MIP, and VA still has a funding fee (unless there is a VA connected disability).
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Reduce the price you intended to offer for the house by the amount of the buyer agent commission. Then, either pay the buyer agent commission at closing or renegotiate (assuming you're under contract at that point) during the option period by increasing the sales price up to an amount that includes the buyer agent commission and have the seller pay same at closing.... more
Unfortunately, Trulia has an arrangement with a service called RealtyTrac that charges subscription fees to find out foreclosure information. Trulia shows those listins here, you click on to RealtyTrac and then have to pay the subscription to get more information.
Unfortunately once again, RealtyTrac is often VERY innaccurate and often very outdated. If you see a new foreclosure property pop up, it has probably just received a foreclosure notice. That means that it will still be at least a month before the home is actually foreclosed on. Then it has to go through multiple processes before it will be listed on the market. This process is often 3-6 months or more.
In addition to this, if the home is purchased at the foreclosure auction or the foreclosure is delayed because of a pending short sale or any other reason, RealtyTrac does NOT get that information so they don't update their data.
If you want foreclosure information, contact a local real estate agent. Don't depend on this website or RealtyTrac as they are not accurate at all.... more
Typically because the home has already went through the process it would not take much longer than a normal purchase. This is because you are dealing directly with the bank negotiator. In a short sale for instance you could literally be at so many different points. The lenders can be hard to work with and the listing agents have varying levels of knowledge depending on how much experience they have.
I have represented many clients buying foreclosures and they just about always go smoothly and close on time. Best of luck to you.
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Yep, I think you're right. Your closing documents will guide you from here. Usually there is a composite form with numerous title company waivers and disclosures, at least one of which will address how proration discrepancies will be handled post closing. It may be worth a couple hundred bucks to have an attorney send the sellers a letter requiring them to make good on the tax prorations or else. Depending on the difference in the taxes, you may want to consider a small claims action, but consult with legal counsel because the closing documents must be thoroughly reviewed prior to considering your options.... more
The lowest down payment that is out there is 3.5% on a FHA loan. Now let me ask you this, are you a Vertern? if so you then have different options. I am a local Mortgage Banker here in Houston so please feel free to contact me if you would like to further discuss and see what options are available to you. Hope you are having a great day.
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You can as a consumer decide to pay for this info of course, but why do that? A Realtor can get that same info for you and should not charge a fee, especially if he were to represent you as a buyerâ€™s agents. Buyerâ€™s agents get paid by the seller in most markets, so essentially their services are free to you. RealtyTrac and any other real estate websites for that matter, do not have the same up to date access that a realtor would have to the available inventory in your area, or may decide to inflate their â€˜available propertiesâ€™ so their numbers look good.... more
Ask your agent for a new market analysis and follow her advice. I agree with Ronda's advice. The more pictures on your listing the better it will do. The "spinning house" icon on Realtor.com is worth a lot. That means the house has a virtual tour. That is a search criteria. Prospective buyers can screen their results by whether the house has a virtual tour. Get rid of the flowers, get more pictures and update the marketing.