It is a mobile home in an adult 55+ community. The monthly fees run around $638/month. If you would like more information, or have any other questions just let me know.
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Contact any title company they should have all the same rates. Ask them what closing cost would be complete on a cash transaction.
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we are at 2003 prices unless you have done a lot of improvements. you agent shold be able to show you comparable sales so you know you are priced right.
Since you are getting showings but no offers it is most likely price but staging your home could help too.... more
Hi....as per MLS listing of this property, the Association Fee is $690.00/month. The fee includes managemnet fees, including clubhouse, pool, snow removal, trash removal, sewer and water. There are no seperate taxes paid as the land lease is included in the monthly fee.
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Hello Trotter 456, I can definitely assist you with showing some townhomes as I have knowledge in these areas. I am with Keller Williams West Monmouth and would really like to help you find your perfect home! You can contact me anytime via email at email@example.com or my cell phone at 718-344-7862.my website is baskinahome.com where you can also do a search as well. Let me know what budget you have in mind and your requirements and i can send you some current listings.
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It is so irritating;
The Banks are sooooo arrogant and insensitive!
They do not send you a signed ACCEPTANCE; at best, they will send a COUNTER OFFER or an ADDENDUM.
You are suppose to read between the lines.
If your Escrow is suppose to close in 6 days, you should be Okay. But, how would you know?
My suggestion would be to go straight to the Escrow Officer and ask them if everything was on track for Closing. Where the Realtors may not know; the Escrow Officer has to know.
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As far as I'm concerned, that answer may be different for different people. I think you really need to go and interview with several agencies to get a feel for what they have to offer and how you feel you'd fit in to their agency. Make sure wherever you go they have a great training program - whether it's formal classes or whether it's one-on-one with the broker. I interviewed with both a large, national brokerage and a small, local brokerage - I chose the small local brokerage because I really liked the broker and the other agents in the office - it really is a family atmosphere and everyone is supportive of one another. For me, this was the right choice. For someone else, they may have felt more comfortable with the formalized training that the national brokerage had to offer. Good luck and please keep me posted.... more
No you do not have to use the same agent that is selling your home to buy a home unless of course you signed something with that agent binding you into using them as your selling agent. Since selling and buying at the same time can be somewhat of a challenge I would normally advise its best to use the same agent but if you are not happy with your agent than I see no reason using the same agent. Again, make sure you are not bound by a written agreement to buy through her too. Is your current home under contract? If not, how much time is left on your listing agreement?... more
You need a fire inspection before you occupy a property. You don't need a fire inspection in order to close, unless you lender requires that you obtain one. Depending upon the township, you may need a town inspection for a Certificate of Continued Occupancy in addition to the fire inspection. That is true in Freehold.... more
Did you call Craig?
Contact Craig Labruno at Mortgage Capital - he is the local go to guy, in Freehold off Route 9.
"Senior Home Loan Consultant"
Mortgage Capital Associates, Inc.
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FHA loans can take time.
You can set up a re-payment plan with IRS before April 17, and start paying a certain amount per month, trying to hold on to your cash till you close. IRS charges interest rate though, around 7% or so...hopefully you can push your loan officer to close quicker...
Irina Karan, CDPE
Beachfront Realty, Inc.... more
It has to go to underwriting for them to review, thats normal, why dont you contact another bank or mortgage company and ask them some questions to put your mind at ease until you hear something, thats my suggestion for the moment. They may just want to see more verification or proof of funds, bank statement, etc. Just be patient & Good Luck!... more
Since FHA is insured by the government, there are strict guidelines that all lenders have to follow before underwriting the loans. Your mortgage contact at Wells Fargo has to make sure the guidelines are met beforehand. You can actually visit www.hud.gov to learn more about FHA loans.
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A 700 score is pretty good, best way to find out is to speak directly with a mortgage broker who will go through the pre-qualification process with you. Feel free to contact me and I can put you in contact with a couple of people that can help you out. Good luck.... more