apartment occupanciesI am looking to get more information on the average occupancy rate in apartments in Lawton. My company is looking to purchase a property, and I can't get much information anywhere to
I've a one-year-old trailer it is a 18' x 78 feet Long. It has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It has storm windows two ceiling fans one in the living room and one in the master bedroom. It comes with comes with air-conditioning is well. We are asking for 38,000 we are just so on the trailer. My name is Clifford vigil my number is 580-678-6434... more
I have conducted several title searches at www.nextace.com recently. NextAce is a real estate information and service provider for most of the title companies in the US by the way. I only paid 49 bucks for a preliminary title report and do my own title examination.... more
Any deal should be in writing, preferably on a contract from the Oklahoma Real Estate commission. If you read through the contract there are several time frames and specifications listed that outline when renegotiation is possible. A contract is a binding agreement. Be sure to read the fine print.... more
Rent to own is never a good idea -- especially as a buyer. It usually only benefits the seller. I assume there's a reason why you can't purchase a home with a regular mortgage? Probably credit issues? Rent to own, (or "lease option" or "owner carry") situations never work to the buyer's advantage. You'll be paying a higher rent, and who knows if you'll actually be able to buy the house down the road. Plus, most areas are experiencing a very healthy sellers market right now. Sellers are able to sell their homes for top dollar to normal buyers who qualify for a mortgage. Why would they want to sell to someone who may or may not be able to qualify for a traditional mortgage down the road? Rent to own situations were more popular when we were in a buyer's market and sellers were desperate.
Instead, I would use that extra money you were planning on putting into a rent to own situation and pay down, or pay off your debts, and get your credit scores up!
All Commissions are negotiable, but do not always look at that. What kind of services are you receiving from each Realtor? Make a decision not only on commission but who is the best fit for you.... more
I see this 5 year old question just came back to life so, JWLALA if you are still on Trulia, did you sell the property by yourself? If so did you get the price you wanted, or did you end up listing with a Realtor. I was a bit puzzled by the question about someone mailing you an offer, that would be a rather strange way to take offers. Hope the property sold, so feedback if you have any.... more