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As long as it's a standard sale and not a short sale, he can. If it's a short sale, all parties have to sign an Arms Length Affidavit stating the buyer is not related to the seller so you would not be able to sign that without it being Fraud since he's your husband.
"Legally" there is no minimum required by law. But the other side of it is, it should be "fair" for both sides. With the Land Contract's that I have seen, the rates are "USUALLY" between 6 - 10%, but I have seen some higher and some lower.
Also, a decent down payment is usually asked for as well. But the beauty of a Land Contract is that the details are between the buyer and the seller and can be what both of you deem fair.
If I was the owner I personally would not go too low because I could probably make more money investing it in other things, like a Mutual Fund or even selling the home to another person at a market rate for the Land Contract.
But whatever you two can work is between you.
Good Day Anthony my name is De'Anthony,
I would be more than happy to help you complete you first deal, however what is it that you are trying to accomplish? Is it a deal for flip? Is it for cashflow? What price range do you have? Do you want it Pre tenanted or Vacant? These are the questions that need to be answered, in order to get the property that best fits. Contact me anytime
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Buying a home "sight unseen" is likely not a good idea(eventhough I once did it and it worked out). So it's probably best to visit the US for the purpose of selecting the location and property possibilities. Having reliable friends of acquaintances that are located in the area you are interested in can be a great help as well. The actual transaction is something that can take place "long distance."
With today's technology absentee closings are very common and easily accomplished as long as it is planned for in advance. We just completed one for buyers from Sweeden and everything went smoothly.
My name is Vanessa Brown and I am a Realtor working for Conquest Real Estate and Property Management. I currently worked with other investors all across the world assisting them in areas where to purchase property, cost of rehab for the properties, oversee the project as the project manager while property is being rehab also find tenants and or buyers for the NEW rehab property. My company is a one stop shop will also manager the property once a tenant is found.
I would love to assist you in your buying. Please feel free to contact Vanessa Brown @ 248.660.0268 cell or 248.569.1486 office. I look forward in working with you. Thanks in advance.
Make it a Great Day!
Vanessa Brown, Realtor
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It depends on the property. What part of Detroit are you interested in?
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I have a property with land contract terms that is available.
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What price range are you interested in searching? How many bedrooms/ bathrooms? I can send you a list of these homes if any are available. Give me a call to schedule any properties that may interest you.... more
You most certainly can purchase a home here! I have many investors such as yourself from overseas that I have done the same. You can visit my site as well as contact me directly so that a plan can be submitted to get you cash flowing ASAP! www.thesection8guru.com (313)213-9022... more
1. You may need all the above for a Detroit Property. The City requires a City inspection to be done. How is the seller converying title....via Warranty Deed or Quit Claim. It would be to your benefit to seek a realtor to help guide you through properly purchasing a property in Detroit and the Metro areas.... more
Good Evening Jackson_721,
My name is Charlene and I would be more than happy in assisting you find a home in the University District or Golf Area. I am very familiar with the area and there are some very good deals in these areas.
Please give me a call in the morning and let's get started, have a nice evening.
Charlene Johnson, Realtor
Conquest Real Estate Group
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Southfield, MI 48075
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