I don't have any setting to allow me to see if a property allows pets, but I was able to create a search for you on my website which lists all the available rentals in Murfreesboro which are listed by agents and fulfill your other requirements:
Honestly, I would highly recommend also checking out craigslist. :)... more
Call our Property Managers at Red Realty. Either Larry Gilliland at 896-2733 or Ryan Drummond at 220-2733. Both area codes are 615. If they dont have anything in inventory ask them to put you in touch with me and I will have an agent assist you in finding something. My name is James Yates and I am one of the owners and the Managing Broker of our Smyrna office.... more
Unit F-3 is not showing on the local MLS website. There are several other units, however, that are listed. Please contact me for a list of these homes. Sanbyrn Hall, the complex, is really beautiful and well-kept. Thanks! Stan Baskin, Red Realty, LLC, cell: 615-568-4252, off: 615-896-2733... more
Good morning! Honestly the best way to negotiate new construction is by having a buyer-side real estate agent who will have only your best interests in mind. If you contact the builder directly then you will be an unrepresented party. The builder always has his bottom line to be aware of. Any money above the bottom line he makes will be bonus-type money. If you are interested in having a buyer-side agent please contact me at email@example.com or give me a call at (615) 594-2406. Have a nice day!... more
If I understand this correctly you are selling your house as a short sale but the bank has not approved the short sale, all the other stuff is pretty irrelevant to the the answer you are looking for. I always get a chuckle when I hear of a closing date being written into a short sale offer. There is just no way to know when they will close, if they ever do. The buyer might be ready and willing to walk away since there is no end in sight, have you asked their agent? If the house is near foreclosure and you are near bankruptcy I don't see how you can save the house. You need to ask the buyers agent if the buyers will back out of the contract and take their earnest money. If that does not work you need to be talking to a lawyer to find what options you have based on what is in the contract you have.... more
Trulia has made a huge mistake. That picture isn't the home at 114 Marcus Circle. I will contact Trulia today. If you want to search listings in the area, you can visit my personal website at www.GregoryGoff.com
Unfortunately the large syndication companies don't always get it right. My website will have the correct information. 114 Marcus is a short sale that has an accepted offer. The picture you seen is the home at 1781 Holly Grove Rd. Sorry for the mix-up...... more
Hi Angela. I forwarded you two available rentals in the Buchanan Estates subdivision. Zoned for the schools you requested. Please let me know of any further real estates needs you have. Thank you,
Samantha Boozer, Realtor@ Reliant Realty/Murfreesboro.... more
It depends on what type of auction you are talking about. There are foreclosure auctions and private auctions done by the seller.
Foreclosure auctions are done at the county courthouse and require a good deal of knowledge as well as CASH since there are no loans accepted here. Cash only. The winner also gets all liens and problems with the property so you have to do a title search ahead of bidding to know what nightmares you will also be buying.
Private auctions are where a seller hires an auctioneer to sell the property to the high bidder. The rules with these vary so you have to know ahead of time what they are. You often have to put up a large deposit, like $10,000 cash at the last one I was at. The auctioneer often adds 10% to the high bid which is their commission and you have to be able to close in 10-20 days so you better have the loan ready to go before you bid.... more
It does not sound all that unusual for a loan involving the government. 2 appraisals sounds unusual but 2 underwriters is not unusual on a govt backed loan. Just before they approve the loan it is common to check pay stubs to make sure nothing has happened, like loosing a job.... more
I don't think they will work with a 580 score, but I recommend you contact a Mortgage Broker anyway. My score showed higher for the mortgage broker than it did on any self-checks I made. I recommend First Community Mortgage.... more
Well, there are currently no homes available in the Siegel area, there are 12 homes available in the Walter Hill area and 66 in the Wilson Elementary area as of 5-31-12. This changes daily with the improving market. There are many under contract in these areas. If you email me(firstname.lastname@example.org), I'd be happy to set up a real time update prospector for you that will keep you posted when new homes are listed for sale in these specific school zones. As far as neighborhood suggestions, we'd have to talk so I can get a better idea of your needs with regards to commute, amenities, etc. If you want to avoid crime areas you can use sites like crimemapping.com, etc. to check out those stats. I would suggest driving by some of the current listings that might interest you and spend a little time in the neighborhood at different times of the day to see if you like it. I would start with the homes first, let's go look at the ones you like from what you see online and check out the neighborhoods to see if you like them because what might be a "quiet neighborhood" to one person may be a horrible one to another. It has to be seen from your perspective.
There are pros and cons to buying existing vs. building. You can find great deals on existing homes, but building is, well, new and you can pick out the things you want vs remodeling an existing. It's all in what you want to do. You might find that right house in a great existing neighborhood or you might want that fresh untouched newness of a new construction home. Do you want to go through the hassle of remodeling? How much will it cost? Sounds like you are saving for a down payment which will eat up most of your cash reserves. Will you have the cash to remodel an existing home to make it exactly what you want? If not, maybe new construction is for you. You could find an existing home that's fairly new that has everything you want. I wouldn't rule out either one.
As far as loans, I have a great local contact for you in Murfreesboro. You could go FHA with a small down payment or you could go THDA and get your down payment paid. Both allow for closing costs paid by the seller....as far as I know. I'm not a loan office so I leave it to the pros on that to keep up with the ever changing rules and regs. Call Isabel Elam at 615-569-4103. She's a senior loan officer with Acopia Home Loans. She can put you in a loan product that fits you best as far as what you qualify for and available cash. I think you would be surprised to find out that you may be able to make the move sooner than you think.
In the mean time, email me at email@example.com. Let's get you looking at available listings in these areas online, go view listings that you like at your convenience, narrow down what neighborhoods you want and then narrow it down to THE home you want to offer on.
640 Broadmor Blvd. Ste 100
Murfreesboro TN 37130... more