Yes, the rental market for Salina is strong and there are some good opportunities depending on the type of property you are looking for. There is everything from REO or foreclosed properties needing work that would cash flow well after renovations to properties in some instances needing little or no work and even some with tenants already established. My phone # is 785-820-7377 and me email is firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to visit I will need to know if this is your first rental possibly, have you prequalified with a lender, etc. Thank you.... more
You can click "edit profile" and at the top of the page, click "add listing"--- you can then enter your property address and it will step you through the rest to post your pictures. Hope that helps!... more
Yes lots of good quality lenders. Credit issues are more relevant with tighter lender restrictions. A lot will depend on what you have to work with for a down payment, what your credit score is, the circumstances that caused the decline in credit, what you income ratios are, etc.
You can e-mail me back at email@example.com and I can provide you with a number of lenders you can contact if you like. It might be helpful to know too how much money you have to work with for a down payment as certain loans require more of a down payment then others. The number one thing I believe though is to make sure you are capable of getting preapproved for a mortgage loan and it looks like you are off on the right foot.
Thanks for your inquiry. There are a few things that I need to better understand to help you find the right home:
1) a better understanding of your mother's limitations
2) the features you would like to have
3) the neighborhood(s) that you are most interested in
4) your price range comfort zone
I would be happy to work with you to find the home that best fits your needs/wants.
I have church this morning and open houses this afternoon. Feel free to call, text, or e-mail me after 1 PM today. We can start the process whenever you are ready.
Who said you have to fix it? There has been no lead base paint made since 1978 and most old lead base paint has been painted over a dozen times in some cases, but surely at least a couple times sealing it up pretty well. The old problem was kids would eat the flaking paint chips (why I have no earthly idea but that was the claim back then) and since 1978 it has to be disclosed that it is "possible" that there might be lead paint somewhere. Unless you and your spouse like to gnaw on paint chips it is a moot point and I often wonder why we still even bother with it. I sell many homes from Fannie, Freddie, HUD and I have NEVER EVER been told to remove it. The form gives you the right to wave any actions, the form just discloses the fact that it "could" be there. I would not worry about it at all.... more