Much depends on the landlord. Most require a credit check. Depending on the area they might be looking for a credit score over 650. Others are not as particular.
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The home is in a Hold Do Not Show status. What this means is the seller did list the property but for some reason not explained on the listing status they have put the listin ... more
Mortgage rates are at incredible lows which has prompted many buyers to get off the fence and think about the buying.
On the ... more
It's tough...but the best thing to do is find a local real estate agent to help you. You don't pay for it and they can "package" you in such a way as to make ... more
the best choice would be to place a call to the building department in the city where your property is located and ask them that specific question.
A local contractor wh ... more
Have you considered the Antelope Valley, Palmdale or Lancaster? I just sold two homes there and could not believe the amount of quality homes available for such an afford ... more
Permits don't guarantee work is done right, just that someone from the local jurisdiction signed off on it. If your inspector has concerns for the quality of workmanship ... more
Sounds like you have a good agent. Agents that work for long term relationships make sure they working for the best interest of the clients. The difference in commission i ... more
Congrats on beginning your home search. Now is a great time to buy a home, especially in those areas. I am very experienced in those areas, especially with foreclosures and sh ... more
Whether you receive an inflation adjusted $50k, or a $50k stake in the purchase price of a condo bought in 1992 seem like two different propositions to me. In one case you ... more
This is a good question. There are a number of large national companies that offer this service and normally smaller local companies as well. Check the yellow pages for local com ... more