Yes; all you need to do is provide further details of the main criteria that the property needs to have and a timeline for when you want to begin looking and complete the transaction by, if that's important.
I will be happly to help you. Contact me at:
Bobbie Robertson, SFR
Coldwell Banker Gladstone Realtors
5331 St. Charles Road
Berkeley, IL 60163
(708) 544-6800 x224... more
My office has been in the Bellwood area for over 30 years, so we are very familiar with it's housiong opportunity and challenges. Call my office so can get additional information from you, so we can possibly design a marketing plan to accomplish your goals.
Bobbie Robertson, Broker Associate
Certified Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource
Coldwell Banker Gladstone
5331 St. Charles Road
Berkeley, IL 60104
(708) 544-6800 x224... more
I answered your other question and hope it helps. If you have been trying for a loan modification since 2009 it is extremely unlikely that anyone else is going to be successful at it either (even if you pay them the big bucks). I strongly recommend that you talk with an agent and consider short selling your home. You will not be able to buy for a couple years; however, anything is better than a foreclosure.
I also doubt that the new HARP 2.0 is going to allow borrowers to currently be in a Chapter 13...but that is strictly speculation on my part because the guidelines are not coming out until sometime in March. Again, best to you.... more
What we do is not a loan Mod however we can still potentially cut hundreds of thousands from your mortgage without ruining your credit score...
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Have a great evening...
If you're talking about a neighborhood or city, you can go to the local police department's website and do a crime search. Some of them require a zipcode, others have maps where you can 'draw' out the areas your concernd about.... more
There are lovely places in that area. What are you looking for? How many bedrooms, bathrooms, price range? Call me directly and I would be happy to help you. (847) 809-1257
Linda Dressler, SRES, SFR, ADPR
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I would suggest that you contact a Realtor® that could help you find something in Bellwood. I would be happy to refer you to someone since Bellwood is a bit far for me to travel. You will see that you'll get many responses here, all very willing to help you out. Just make sure that you choose someone who is really looking after your best interests. Feel free to interview them, find out if you click and if you would enjoy working with them. There is typically no fee for us to find you someplace to rent - a cooperative commission is usually paid by the owner of the building you would be renting from. Good luck to you, and again, if you'd like to contact me directly, please feel free to do so. Just click on my name and the contact me button.
Linda Dressler, Realtor®
SRES, SFR, ADPR... more
I would contact a local property management office and see if they have any vacancies for their landlords which accept section 8.
Or try craigslist. Here in Philadelphia you do not see too many listed on the MLS that have that in the remarks and those are your best options in my opion.
Best of luck finding a rental.
Sean Dawes... more
Good Luck with E V E R Y T H I N G! !
I would get a reference letter from my previous landlord. People have thier own opinions of what Secion 8 means in terms of the damage to property. If you are a good tenant over come that objection with a referral.
In Georgia there is a repository of homes available to rent Section 8 with one of the Realtor Boards. Check with your case manager and find out if they are working with any agencies to help place people into homes.... more
THAT HOME JUST HAD A PRICE CHANGE. IT IS NOW LISTED AT $219,000. THAT HOME HAS 5 BEDROOMS,.2 BATHROOMS AND A FULL FINISHED BASEMENT. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SCHEDULE A SHOWING , PLEASE CONTACT ME AT 708-646-6533 AND I WILL ASSIST YOU.
MCCOLLY REAL ESTATE
I live in Maywood and can tell you that Proviso is suffering from the same slump that other areas are experiencing. Increased forclosure rates have impacted those trying to sell homes at a fair market value. Bellwood has mad many positive political and civic changes over the past years and I would not be surprised if consumers would not be looking at the village for a first home. The question is: "at what price?"
When I pull up Bellwood's recent activity, there are six closings in the last 14 days and seven homes placed under contract. All sales have closed under $150k which tells me that there is likely a vibrant first time homebuyer market.
The two townhomes that have changed status were priced at 189,900 and 160,000. If these townhomes have substantial improvements above the detached single family homes recently sold, they may get attention, however the detached homes have more sq. footage and much larger lots. The biggest advantage f the townhomes appear to be much lower tax rates.
Feel free to call with questions.... more