The best thing to do is talk with a very experienced and qualified loan officer about your options and finances. You will want to factor in down payment, goals, monthly payment, etc. that you're comfortable with. We would be more than willing to guide you and get you to the lender we work with who we feel is excellent. Feel free to contact us anytime.
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Yes, There are many rentals available in the area. Feel free to contact me at 330-285-4134, so we can discuss your requirements and then narrow down a few for you to look at. Thanks, Ajay Mehta www.ajaykmehta.com Russell Real Estate Service... more
Latorya, the prices on home listings are the asking prices that the sellers are currently asking for the home. The prices are negotiable. The actual sales price may be higher or lower depending on the final agreement reached between a buyer and seller. If there is a lot of competition from buyers for a particular listing, the final sales price might be higher than the asking price because someone was willing to pay more than the asking price. If there is low competition from buyers for a listing and if a seller is motivated to sell, the sale price might be lower than the asking price.
An experienced real estate agent can help you determine the approximate current market value before you put an offer on a home. I hope this helps.... more
I have a few contacts I could connect you with in the Cleveland area. Send me a quick note at my site below with some of the details like your desired monthly rent, # beds/baths, etc. and I will get you in touch with a few local Realtors. Good luck!... more
The Mortgage market is so complex these days, only the Mortgage Broker knows for sure where rates are headed, and sometimes even they are wrong !! Rates have been trending slightly upwards recently, but the credit markets are especially volatile these days as lenders tighten their requirements.
My recommendation would be to check with the institution that gave you your preapproval. You should be able to check on-line how rates are headed in the short term.... more
Your local tax collector will be the source. If you call and ask they may be able to send you a list or give you a copy if you go to the office. You could also try writing and requesting it from other tax collectors in the municipalities where you wish to purchase. Ohio is a tax deed state, so there is usually a sale for the lien first before a foreclosure takes place. You can invest in the deeds, and then foreclose if they aren't paid back in a certain time frame(check you local laws for guidelines). Or sometimes, you can purchase unbought liens from the municipality and then you can foreclose more quickly.... more