Hi there Marcia,
Unfortunately, we do not have a great amount of rental inventory for the Greensburg area, so I'd recommend that you work with an agent to find a home that fits your needs.
I'd recommend that you contact all of the three property managers we have in Greensburg to see if they can help you: http://www.trulia.com/voices/directory/Greensburg-property_manager--16832
I'm sorry we couldn't be more helpful.
Hi shafer1034! If you would like to email me at email@example.com and let me know your criteria, i.e. amount of rent, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, off street parking, ect. I would be able to let you know what my office has available. Hope to hear from you soon! Have a great day!... more
The seller may be afraid of the property appraising for the purchase price. If this does not happen then you will not be approved for a mortgage. It really does not sound right. Ask your realtor to find out why they will only accept cash.... more
All inspections should find "everything" wrong with a home. It usually runs to several pages. But only a small number of those items will usually warrant correction prior to repair. As a relo company Cartus has to cover its bases from a liability perspective, so it needs to detail everything. You'll find much the same, as well as a lot of strict indemnification boilerplate, from any experienced relocation company.... more
Good question! It is listed at 269,900 on the MLS. Must be a Trulia issue. If you are intresested in seeing it please email or call me, I'd be glad to show it to you.
Yes VA loans go up to 100% financing whereas conventional loans do not.
Also there is no mortgage insurance on Va loans whereas on a conventional loan with 5% down you may be paying close to an extra 1% on the interest rate every month (it is known as mortgage insurance but effectively it raises the monthly cost of your credit).
A Va loan will allow you to put much less money down and do it cheaper than a conventional loan.
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1) A zero rating would be odd especially if you had the report corrected. Get a free credit check from the government online site and review your report yourself. I am wondering if the items were actually removed. There are many scams out there offering to repair credit for a fee and essentially they do nothing.
2) Then go to your bank lender or other local reputable lender and have them help you correct the data and give you advice on what to do to bring up your credit rating..
3) If you are coming in with a relatively large % of down payment for the area you live in the owner may carry despite your credit rating. Or do you have something to offer for collaterial in addition?
4) If you have no money down....start a fund and pay yourself first each month (take it out of your casual money you typically spend on entertainment/clothes/etc not your rent money!
5) Having phony bills on your credit report removed should not be an issue....something else is keeping it from flying and you need to address that.... more
I recommend fixing it. In my market, the houses with any sort of handicap are sitting the longest. The longer you sit, the more you will have to negotiate. Even if you price to account for the problem, the buyer will take some number off for it as well - why let them set the "cost"? It's better to repair it and just let it be a non-issue.
I just went through this with a listing of mine - there was a bulge in the basement wall. My client figured we'd get an estimate for the repair and provide that along with the disclosure statement. But the thing is, buyers like to have their own evaluation - often when I'm present when a contractor comes to a property with a problem, they want to know if my client is the buyer or the seller - - as if there might be a different answer for each...
So, why let the buyer evaluate the problem? I honestly think that it will cost you more NOT to fix it.