Are you using an attorney for the closing? You should be. The bank usually pays the attorney. I know tax liens have to be paid. In fact, all liens will have to be satisfied prior to closing somehow. Fines imposed by a court may be treated differently. I suspect this question is so specific that only an attorney will be able to provide you with an answer.... more
That really depends on your financial situation. You have to consider what equity you have in the condo & if it makes sense to sell it at this time.Issues to consider: Do you need the proceeds from the condo to purchase something else & if you don't sell can you qulaify for another mortgage on another property if you rent it out I would suggest speaking to a mortgage person & have them review your financial situation before planning a move. If it turns out that you can't carry 2 mortgages or don't have enough equity to sell at this time then it might make sense to rent it out or wait a bit until you have some extra cash in reserve before you plan on moving... more
You really should contact a realtor who knows the area to assist you. I work the Hamilton market a lot and know it very well. Please feel free to call me for an estimate of how much it should be listed.
25% down is the national average, have local agent give you a CMA. Also many condo developments are not on the HUD approved list so have to go conventional loan not FHA-problem! talk locally good luck!... more
Try searching on the New Jersey Real Estate Commission Website: https://www6.state.nj.us/DOBI_LicSearch/Jsp/recSearch.jsp
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Multi family units are needed now. Infact there are not many on the market in Mercer County right now.
I have had request from customers for multi-family and have not been able to find any. It also would depend on your location.
Dan, There is quite a range of price points on the homes for sale right now on that street. At the low end, there are a few under contract at around 19k, and there are a few for sale in the 130-150 range. I'm guessing these are investment properties.
If you get me more details on the type of properties you own, we can narrow down a more accurate number for you. Contact me anytime via email, cell/text...
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According to trenton city area statics, This year 895 units was listed in trenton city , out of which 206 house was sold and 296 house are in pending stage. The average listing price around 128,688 which is increasing compare to previous month 126,811 or month before that 111,379.
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Hi Brooke, the bank may wonder "where is the hardship?" if you are able to make your payments. My suggestion is that if you have a circumstance that causes hardship you should contact your bank and begin a dialogue.
Good luck to you Brooke.
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Here's the lowdown on 3 properties that have sold in Lawrence Square Village in the last 6 months and 1 that is under contract:
90 Oneill, 2 BR 2.5 bath, under contract, asking price $209,900, on the market from 8/08 closing date 5/20/09
24 Feiler, 2BR 2 bath, sold for 179k, on the market frm 9/23/08 to 12/08
40 Feiler, 2BR 2 bath, sold for $195,500, on the market from 10/01/08 to 3/31/09
22 Rickerd, 2BR 2 bath, sold for $190k, on the market from 8/19/08 to 11/22/08
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There is only one 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath home for sale in Lawrence Square Village and it is currently under contract. The asking price is $209,900 and the original price was $219k and was on the market 242 days. It is an end unit with a few updated features.
There are several 2 bedroom/ 2 bath units for sale ranging from $197k to $204k. The 2 BR/2 Bath units that have sold in the past 6 months have ranged from $179k to $190k.
If you would like to know at what price I would personally list the home for, please contact me at 609-575-8801 or e-mail me at email@example.com. In addition, feel free to search homes on my website at www.Anne-MarieTustin.com.
ODD that is not in title company than with buyers agent real estate company. Your listing agent should be able to review terms and conditions of executed contract signed by you & buyer. Sorry to hear about this. Entire contract would need to be reviewed in order render an opinion . Your listing agent/listing broker should assisting you in securing your deposit if all is true. You can also file complimant with State for buyers agent broker non compliance to contract signed. State department handles realtors takes any comments serious do follow up to resolve any and all issues. In some instances could suspend or revoke license.... more
I do not recommend determining property values with online services, either Zillow, Trulia, or any other service or source that does not include three things:
1. Knowledge of your local market trends
2. Knoweldge of your personal situation (for example, when you need to sell, how much you need to net, etc.)
3. Knowledge of your property
The best way to find our what your home would sell for is to ask three Realtors for their opinion. There are generally three prices at which a home will sell:
1. Wholesale - what an invester might pay, usually 10-12 % below retail
2. Retail - what a willing, able , and knowledgeable buyer will pay and to which the seller will agree.
3. Your price - based on your circumstances, needs, and goals.
I do think that you can learn a great deal from Zillow and Trulia. Go to the STATS section in your zip code and you can look at the market activity. What you need are a few things not present:
The market trend for homes like yours, and the current competition. That's why a CMA on it's own, or simply "market data" can actually be more dangerous than help.
If you need a sharp Realtor feel free to let me know and I can refer one to you.... more