These homes are typically also listed on the MLS as well.
Another kind of auction is a Judici ... more
There are no typical amounts. The agent can request an amount which you can agree to or negotiate. Who pays is between you, the agent and the buyer. Generally, I like ... more
It really depends on what you are trying to do. Are you an occupant buyer or an investor? Are you looking for a rehab loan or a regular loan? What kind of downpayment do you pl ... more
No, you are not stuck looking for rentals on Craistlist. You can call a local Realtor. We are able to search for rentals by school district from our MLS. The agent will be able ... more
Get it?... C-A-G-E... ... more
Few questions because no agents are putting up shill questions that they answer themselves.
And, Wilmette's an eas ... more
I am sure you are wrestling with whether or not you want to keep your house on the market during the holidays - many people do. Keep in mind however that you house can't sell ... more
I strongly suggest that if the home appears to be in good condition on the surface, then write a contract. Make sure the contract allows for you to have a home inspection. The h ... more
My first question is IF you update for a cost of 70K, then how much would that increase the value of your home? 100K? 130K? The Return of Investment is key to any improvement ... more